Jinchen Signs New Contracts for 18 GW Advanced Solar Module Production Line in India in H1 2022

Solar module manufacturing equipment manufacturer Yingkou Jinchen Machinery (Jinchen) has won multiple contracts for up to 18 GW capacity of the advanced solar module production line in India during the first half of 2022.

May 20, 2022. By Manu Tayal

Solar module manufacturing equipment manufacturer Yingkou Jinchen Machinery (Jinchen) has won multiple contracts for up to 18 GW capacity of the advanced solar module production line in India during the first half of 2022.

The Chinese equipment manufacturer confirmed that it has received a tremendous response from the Indian market, and many leading solar panel manufacturers in India have already been working with Jinchen for several years.

After years of development and deep cultivation in the overseas market, its automation equipment has been widely used in the overseas solar photovoltaic (PV) industry.

Commenting on winning the orders, Vikas Singh, Director – Sales of Jinchen, said, “Frankly speaking, we didn’t expect such a fabulous response for the year 2022. Now, we are witnessing a prompt growth of solar module manufacturing in India. Jinchen has signed 18 GW of new projects till now in 2022.”

Singh further added that “all the orders which we have received are with an advanced manufacturing line. Jinchen has increased its manufacturing capacity considering orders in hand. We have a strong team of dozens of local engineers and we are doubling it in the next few months’ time. We are thankful to all our customers for their support and trust on Jinchen. Out of 18 GW of orders, 90% of projects are repeat orders which confirms Jinchen’s satisfied customer portfolio.”

In terms of advancement in machines, Jinchen has developed several new machines such as fully-automatic Jbox fixing and soldering, automatic RFID placement, smart AI software, automatic vertical sorting for big size panels, and automatic packing line for big size panels. As we are expecting wafers to be thinner in the future, careful designing of machines needs more considered engineering, Singh added. 

He also assured that the company will be having a more focused approach to its Indian customers and will take care of recently signed projects.
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