Leading the change

...with new improved customer centric processes
An upgraded 'WE' with
the same people...

...but upgraded
customer service
Welcome to Possible...
... a partner who never says no.
Ensuring quality
always our first priority...

...ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 approved
facilities and third party accreditation
is just the beginning.
Cabling the future...
...Power, Control, Optical fibre, Instrumentation, Signal; the list goes on
about-ojas
Welcome to
Ojas Group

Ojas Group was established after comprehending the need of a group which can work closely with the customers for their specific requirement and provide a one-stop solution through expert counselling. Headquartered in Australia, Ojas operates in about 4 countries as of today along with extensive plans of discovering new territories in the near future.

Industrial Cables
Power, Data and Industrial Cables
IT Enabled Services
IT and IT enabled services
Optical Fibers
Optical Fibers
Data Centers
Data Centers
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OJAS NEWS

Ojas will participate in the Australasian Oil and Gas exhibition to be held in Perth from 19-21 Feb 2014. Catch up with us on stand W7 to chat about our numerous cable samples on display.

RENEWABLE ENERGY

The International Renewable Energy Agency has released REmap 2030, a roadmap to more than double the share of renewable energy by 2030.

A new method of harvesting fuel from water could answer the question of how to effectively store solar power for use long after the sun goes down.

Tasmania's largest wind farm Musselroe wind farm was officially opened on Wednesday by Premier Lara Giddings.

MINING

Shell has sold its stake in the Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG project for $US1.13 billion as it looks to refocus its investments amid massive profit downgrades.

Gina Rinehart’s joint venture company GVK Hancock has appointed a former Rio Tinto heavyweight as its new CEO.

Atlas Copco has acquired Geawelltech, a Swedish manufacturer of geotechnical drilling equipment.

ENERGY UTILITIES

The amount of energy produced by natural gas soared in South Australia and Victoria during recent heatwaves, when temperatures exceeded 40 degrees for five consecutive days.

Energy company Powercor says it will upgrade circuits that were overloaded and caused recent power outages in south-west Victoria.

A $2.3 million feasibility study will look at replacements to Port Augusta's ageing coal-fired power stations, including solar thermal.

TELECOMMUNICATION

Australian telecoms network operator, Telstra says that it has acquired O2 Networks, an Australian provider of network and security consulting and integration services for Australian enterprise customers.

More than half of smartphones sold in Australia last year were sold without an operator's contract or subsidy, according to a study by analyst firm Telsyte.

Australia is in the final stage of realising the benefits of the 'digital dividend' - spectrum located in the 694-820MHz range - that will be used to deliver 4G services from next year.

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