“Enhancing quality of life and bringing happiness with sustainability”

Bajaj Electricals Limited (BEL), a globally renowned and trusted company, with a turnaround of ₹4298 crores (FY 16-17), is a part of "Bajaj Group". Bajaj Electricals business is spread across – Consumer Products (Appliances, Fans, Lighting), Exports, Luminaires and EPC (Illumination, Transmission Towers and Power Distribution). Bajaj Electricals has 19 branch offices spread in different parts of the country besides being supported by a chain of distributors, authorized dealers, retail outlets, exclusive showrooms called ‘Bajaj World’ and approximately 462 customer care centres. We also have a presence in the hi-end range of appliances with brands like Platini and Morphy Richards in India.

But to know Bajaj Electricals, one has to understand our core principles. We get our Gandhian set of values by our founding father - Jamnalal Bajaj. Our current leaders carry forward this legacy while evolving for the future. “Inspiring Trust”, our tagline, is something that we associate with and try to fulfil in our everyday endeavours. Apart from work, we also believe in bringing about change in our society through our philanthropic work. Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) division strongly rests on sustainability, gender diversity, employee volunteering and community outreach programmes.

To increase our footprint globally and in India, we have partnered up with reputed brands from across the world to give you the best of services. BEL has marketing arrangements with Teleco Automation of Italy, tie ups with CREE Lighting of USA and Securiton of Switzerland for Luminaires, Delta Controls of Canada for Integrated Building Management Systems, Gooee of USA for IOT based lighting solutions, Greystone of Canada and Magnum Energy of USA for Wired and Wireless Sensors, Disney of USA and Midea of China for Fans, and Morphy Richards of UK for Appliances. Bajaj Electricals has also invested in Starlite Lighting for manufacture of energy saving lamps (CFL). With such a vast portfolio under our banner, we have managed to touch lives at every juncture.

Founding Fathers

  • Jamnalal Bajaj

    Jamnalal Bajaj was the founding father of the Bajaj Group. The adopted ‘fifth’ son of Mahatma Gandhi, and the 'merchant prince' who held the wealth he created in trust for the people of his country. Trust - a simple word that contains a whole philosophy handed down by Jamnalal Bajaj to his successors. He valued honesty over profit, actions over words and common good over individual gain.

  • Kamalnayan Bajaj

    Kamalnayan Bajaj, elder son of Jamnalal Bajaj, followed the footsteps of his illustrious father and consolidated the Bajaj foundation. With characteristic foresight and pragmatic vision, he launched a steady diversification programme which gave the current name "Bajaj" both its shape and size. His unique management style created a work culture that matched well with the national spirit he had inherited.

  • Ramkrishna Bajaj

    Ramkrishna Bajaj took over the reins of the "Bajaj group" in 1972 after Kamalnayan Bajaj had steered the Group from strength to strength for over 22 years. He had also actively participated in the freedom struggle of the country. In post independent India, he had led the youth movement. All along, he actively strengthened the foundations of business through ethics and practices both within the group and amongst the business community as well.

  • Shekar Bajaj

    Shekhar Bajaj, Chairman & Managing Director of Bajaj Electricals Ltd., started his career with Bajaj Sevashram after which he worked at Bajaj International, the group's export company. Mr. Shekhar Bajaj joined Bajaj Electricals in 1980, became the Managing Director in 1987 and took over as the Chairman and Managing Director in 1994. Mr. Bajaj is the Chairman of Bajaj Group companies Bajaj International and Hercules Hoist Pvt. Ltd. and on the Board of Directors of Bajaj Auto and IDBI Bank. He was past President of ASSOCHAM, Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC) and Council for Fair Business Practices (CFBP).

Brief History Of Bajaj Electricals

  • 2007, Starlight Limited Acquisition

    We acquired 32% of the share capital of Starlite Lighting Limited, a company engaged in the manufacture of Compact Fluorescent Lamps ("CFLs").

  • 2005, Distribution agreement with Trilux Lenze

    Our company entered into a Distribution agreement with Trilux Lenze of Germany for high end technical lighting.

  • 2002-2003, Bajaj Ventures Ltd ceases to be a subsidiary

    Our company divested 50% of its shareholding in Bajaj Ventures Limited and Bajaj Ventures Limited ceased to be a subsidiary of our Company. Our Company also discontinued manufacturing die-cast components.

  • 2002, Brand licensing agreement with Morphy Richards

    Our company entered into a technical collaboration and brand licensing agreement with Morphy Richards, United Kingdom, for the sales and marketing of electrical appliances under the brand name of "Morphy Richards" in India.

  • 2000-2001, Manufacturing facility set up at Ranjangaon

    Our company set-up our manufacturing facilities including a fabrication unit and a galvanizing plant at Ranjangaon, near Pune for the manufacture of high masts, lattice towers, and related products, and the said manufacturing facilities commenced commercial production with effect from April 1, 2001.

  • 1999-2000, Black & Decker Bajaj now a subsidiary of our Company

    Black & Decker Bajaj became a 100% subsidiary of our Company upon our Company acquiring a further 50% of the shareholding thereof from Black & Decker Corporation, pursuant to which Black & Decker Bajaj was renamed as Bajaj Ventures Limited.

  • 1999, Established a wind energy generation unit in Satara

    Our company established and commissioned a wind energy generation unit with an installed capacity of 2.8 mega watts at Village Vankusawade, Tal. Patan, District Satara, Maharashtra. The facility continues to run profitably till date.

  • 1998, New manufacturing unit at Chakan

    Our company established a new manufacturing unit at Chakan near Pune and commenced operations of manufacturing of fans and die-cast components. The production of fans at our manufacturing activities of the Matchwell unit also was gradually shifted to our Chakan unit.

  • 1993-1994, Joint venture with Black & Decker

    Our company entered into a joint venture with Black & Decker Corporation, United States, for the manufacture and marketing of power tools, household appliances, and related accessories, through a separate company named Black & Decker Bajaj Private Limited, ("Black & Decker Bajaj").

  • 1964, Matchwell amalgamated with our Company

    Matchwell Electricals (India) Limited, ("Matchwell"), a manufacturer of electric fans became a subsidiary of our Company and subsequently, with effect from July 1, 1984, the business and undertaking of Matchwell was amalgamated with our Company.

  • 1960, Bajaj Electricals Limited

    Subsequently the name of our Company was changed to Bajaj Electricals Limited, pursuant to a fresh certificate of incorporation.

  • 1938, Radio Lamp Works

    Our Company was incorporated as Radio Lamp Works Limited under the Indian Companies Act, 1913 as a public company limited by shares, pursuant to a certificate of incorporation dated