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Nippo Batteries consolidates media & creative duties with Fifth Estate

03-June-2010
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Nippo Batteries consolidates media & creative duties with Fifth Estate

Chennai-based Fifth Estate has been assigned the creative and media duties of Nippo Batteries. No formal pitch process preceded this win. Industry sources have pegged the account size at over Rs 10 crore.

Reacting to the win, Ganesh Baliga, Managing Director, Fifth Estate, said, “We have already been handling their release in the South. Now, they have consolidated both creative and media duties with us for the whole of India. They are also coming up with a whole new range of products and have appointed us for all the responsibilities.”

Nippo, which is well-known for its batteries, also offers a range of other products, including emergency power back-up machines, rechargeable table fans, and a range of torch lights.

Baliga added, “Nippo has an existing product range, and are now introducing new products, while some more products are in the pipeline. With all that put together, it needed a solid base as far as its brand image was concerned.”

Nippo Batteries Co Ltd, (formerly known as Indo National Ltd) with its corporate office at Chennai, is the first Indian dry battery company to have been certified with the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 international standards and has the ISI mark of quality on all its batteries. With a strong distribution network of 33 offices spread all over the country, Nippo’s batteries reach millions of homes through seven distributors and over 30,000 stockists. Nippo, the second largest dry battery player in India with a 31 per cent market share, has commenced its TPM and TQM activities to provide consistent quality and value for money to all its customers to become the leader in the business in the coming years.

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