HHV has grown in to a multi-technology company and the business is organised in four segments. As core technology, there is the vacuum based metallurgical equipment and large infrastructure special projects, which is the heart of the group serving the space, aerospace, and defence sectors. It has added to its manufacturing portpolio, equipment such as equipment to make solar photovoltaic (SPV) panels and modules, producing amorphous and crystalline solar modules, optical coatings and high end watch crystals.
For more than two decades now, the Company has been stead-fastly expending considerable resources on developing technology required for various high technological applications in space, aerospace, and defence sectors, forging, automobile, semiconductor, nuclear energy, electronic industries, and to convert sunlight into electric power (SPV) through multi-faceted R&D centers.
While continuing to augment and upgrade its own man power, R&D and its manufacturing processes, it has also associated with leading global manufacturers to access latest technology, and become a reliable supplier to them. By following this philosophy, HHV has leapfrogged to a position of international technical competitiveness in the high value field of scientific equipment and components and also expanded its global footprint through exports. HHV is in the international market supplying thin film equipment in the brand name of HHV.
The other businesses share various synergies with the core business.
HHV Limited (HHV Ltd) is the new home of the Edwards Scancoat Six, Auto306, Auto500 and TF600 thin film deposition systems. HHV Ltd offers these well proven systems which are manufactured using technology licensed from Edwards Ltd.