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About EPC

EPC International Pty Ltd. was incorporated in February 1999 in Melbourne, Australia as a Private Limited Company having its operations in Level 1, 3 Hamilton Place, Mount Waverley, Victoria 3149. The formation of EPCI was the brainchild of Vijay Zutshi who has had over 30 years of electrical engineering experience in the Transmission and Distribution fields while attached to Siemens, Australia. His vision into making EPCI a niche client – based service provider , targeting the Australian electrical utilities, came into reality when EPCI celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2009.

Today, EPCI stands out proudly as one of the ISO 9001 certified companies and is progressing even stronger with experienced and qualified staff who not only cater for today’s businesses but look for tomorrow’ s opportunities.

EPCI is committed to providing ongoing innovative solutions to its customers. Together with its partners EPCI has a program of technology innovation in power management and control.

EPCI is the exclusive agent for Instrument Transformers from Koncar, a leading transformer manufacturer in Croatia. With Koncar’s technical expertise in the manufacturing of transformers from 11kv to 765kV, EPCI is able to value add by providing the relevant information and expertise to customise the client’s request and ensuring that quality is not compromised.

To be a dynamic, innovative & agile diversified engineering and services organization providing quality end to end solutions.

EPCI Asscociated Companies
EPC International, being the principal company has the support of its associated companies in Fiji to handle the procurement and implementation of projects from concept to actualization. To date EPCI takes pride in commissioning 50 MW rental Power Plant in Bangladesh, 33 kV Turnkey Sub-Station projects in Fiji and the installation, testing, commissioning of 30MW Diesel Fired Power Plant in Cook Island, New Zealand.

EPC International Pty Ltd and EPC (Fiji) Ltd are majority owned by the Caason Group of Companies.