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Wipro to sell EcoEnergy business to Chubb Alba for $70 mn

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In a bid to sharpen focus on its core IT business, today said it will sell its EcoEnergy division to Chubb Alba Control Systems for USD 70 million.

Chubb Alba is an indirect subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), which is a major US multinational with sales of USD 56 billion and has 2 lakh employees.



"has been sharpening focus on its core IT business. Since business carried out by EcoEnergy division is not core and strategic to overall IT business of the company, it has been decided to divest the business," said in a filing to BSE.

The consideration of the deal, which is expected to close in early 2017, is for USD 70 million, it added.

Approval from the Competition Commission of will be obtained by the buyer, it said.

"Since this is a sale of business division, there will be no consequent change in shareholding pattern of the company," added.

The said division, which has a net worth of Rs 15.6 crore, clocked of Rs 67.64 crore in FY2015-16.

UTC operates through 4 segments -- UTC Climate, Controls and Security; Otis; Pratt and Whitney; and UTC Aerospace Systems.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Wipro to sell EcoEnergy business to Chubb Alba for $70 mn

In a bid to sharpen focus on its core IT business, Wipro today said it will sell its EcoEnergy division to Chubb Alba Control Systems for USD 70 million. Chubb Alba is an indirect subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), which is a major US multinational with sales of USD 56 billion and has 2 lakh employees. "Wipro has been sharpening focus on its core IT business. Since business carried out by EcoEnergy division is not core and strategic to overall IT business of the company, it has been decided to divest the business," Wipro said in a filing to BSE. The consideration of the deal, which is expected to close in early 2017, is for USD 70 million, it added. Approval from the Competition Commission of India will be obtained by the buyer, it said. "Since this is a sale of business division, there will be no consequent change in shareholding pattern of the company," Wipro added. The said division, which has a net worth of Rs 15.6 crore, clocked revenue of ... In a bid to sharpen focus on its core IT business, today said it will sell its EcoEnergy division to Chubb Alba Control Systems for USD 70 million.

Chubb Alba is an indirect subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), which is a major US multinational with sales of USD 56 billion and has 2 lakh employees.

"has been sharpening focus on its core IT business. Since business carried out by EcoEnergy division is not core and strategic to overall IT business of the company, it has been decided to divest the business," said in a filing to BSE.

The consideration of the deal, which is expected to close in early 2017, is for USD 70 million, it added.

Approval from the Competition Commission of will be obtained by the buyer, it said.

"Since this is a sale of business division, there will be no consequent change in shareholding pattern of the company," added.

The said division, which has a net worth of Rs 15.6 crore, clocked of Rs 67.64 crore in FY2015-16.

UTC operates through 4 segments -- UTC Climate, Controls and Security; Otis; Pratt and Whitney; and UTC Aerospace Systems.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Wipro to sell EcoEnergy business to Chubb Alba for $70 mn

In a bid to sharpen focus on its core IT business, today said it will sell its EcoEnergy division to Chubb Alba Control Systems for USD 70 million.

Chubb Alba is an indirect subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), which is a major US multinational with sales of USD 56 billion and has 2 lakh employees.

"has been sharpening focus on its core IT business. Since business carried out by EcoEnergy division is not core and strategic to overall IT business of the company, it has been decided to divest the business," said in a filing to BSE.

The consideration of the deal, which is expected to close in early 2017, is for USD 70 million, it added.

Approval from the Competition Commission of will be obtained by the buyer, it said.

"Since this is a sale of business division, there will be no consequent change in shareholding pattern of the company," added.

The said division, which has a net worth of Rs 15.6 crore, clocked of Rs 67.64 crore in FY2015-16.

UTC operates through 4 segments -- UTC Climate, Controls and Security; Otis; Pratt and Whitney; and UTC Aerospace Systems.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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