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The parent company Imperial Electric Company (Pvt) Ltd. was established in 1931 and the group now consists of the following companies:

 

The Imperial Electric Co. (Pvt.) Limited

The Imperial Electric Co. (Pvt.) Limited

They are leading OEM of Diesel Generating Sets (5 ~ 750 KVA). They are also engaged in the indenting and sale of power generation, transmission and distribution equipment and other industrial materials. IEC is also involved in Turn-Key projects for Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Pakistan.
EMCO

EMCO

EMCO Industries Limited commonly known as “EMCO”, produce all types and sizes of high and low voltage porcelain insulators and other porcelain products including high voltage switchgear equipment. The plant was set up with the technical collaboration of NGK Insulators Limited of Japan. EMCO is meeting Pakistan’s entire demand for insulators and also export to a number of countries in Middle East, Africa and Europe.
ICC (Pvt.) Limited

ICC (Pvt.) Limited

The company is engaged in design, supply of materials and construction of transmission lines, substations, industrial plants, process equipment and pre-stressed concrete pole plants.
Arabian Electric Transmission Line Construction Co.

Arabian Electric Transmission Line Construction Co.

Commonly known as AETCON, was established as a joint venture between ICC (Pvt.) Ltd., (Lahore, Pakistan) and Tamimi Company (Dammam, Saudi Arabia) for the construction of High Voltage Transmission Lines and Sub-stations on Turn-key basis.
Imperial Soft (Pvt)Ltd.

Imperial Soft (Pvt)Ltd.

ISPL delivers a broad portfolio of information technology and business process outsourcing services to clients in the small to medium size, manufacturing, academic and healthcare industries.
 
 
ISO 14001:2015 EMS Certification
Successful Type Testing of 220 / 245 kV Zinc Metal Oxide Surge Arresters
UPCOMING Type Testing of 220 / 245 kV Disconnect Switches