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    Covid crisis: BHEL grapples with uncertainty over returning to normal business operations

    BHEL said it is continuously assessing the prevailing conditions for taking the best possible steps, but a reasonable measure of the future impact will be possible only once the overall situation stabilises.

    Escorts Ltd bets on agri-business division to drive overall performance this fiscal

    With strong demand for tractors continuing from rural markets, the company is optimistic that in spite of the supply-side constraints witnessed in the first quarter of this fiscal, it would be able to catch up in the remaining months to post better than industry sales, which is expected to rise by single digit.

    Germany's Thyssenkrupp AG completes sale of its elevator technology business

    The group had signed an agreement with the consortium of equity firms on the purchase of the elevator business in February 2020, as a restructuring strategy to reduce debt to the net cash position and improve the balance sheet ratios.

    Digital transformation: ABB India opens new robotic solution delivery facility in Bengaluru

    Spread over 3,600 sq mt at the ABB Nelamangala factory premises in Bengaluru, the new facility will enable ABB India to deliver robotic applications and digital solutions for a variety of Indian industries, including automotive, food and beverage, electronics and other upcoming sectors.

    Hit by sub-contracted labour shortages post COVID-19 lockdowns, L&T expects normalcy in Q2

    Images of migrant workers returning to their homes, some on foot, some by hitch-hiking and a large number through special ‘Shramik' trains and buses arranged by the central government in coordination with state governments have been imprinted on minds through mainstream and social media, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Group Chairman A M Naik said in the report.

    HCC, Dilip Buildcon JV bags Rs 4,167.7 cr contract from Narmada Water Resources dept

    The project is to be completed in 48 months, it said. "This is our second order win in JV with Dilip Buildcon. We are proud to work together on this crucial project for Gujarat that will impact lives by providing water for irrigation, drinking and industrial purposes," HCC Group Chief Executive Arjun Dhawan said.

    ABB India bags country's largest automation order in agro-chemical sector

    Although ABB already automated all manufacturing operations, this is its first project wherein it is bringing over 100 reactors on to a single connected platform to control a new manufacturing block, as per Jagan Buddharaju, Chief Operating Officer, Deccan Fine Chemical.

    HCC-Dilip Buildcon Joint Venture bags Rs 1,900 crore contract from NHAI

    The scope of the work envisages construction of 15.885 km new link (NH-133B), including 6 km long Ganga bridge connecting Jharkhand with Bihar.

    L&T appoints Subramanian Sarma, two others as directors on board

    Sarma, who is currently the chief executive officer and managing director of the company’s hydrocarbon engineering arm will now also be responsible for the company’s power business as a senior executive vice president (energy). ET was first to report about the board level changes on July 7 and about Sarma heading the energy business.

    ABB-Hitachi venture wins big order from Railways

    As part of the Indian Railways' (IR) initiative to reach 100% electrification of its broad gauge lines by 2023, Hitachi ABB will be delivering the transformers to the Chittaranjan Locomotive Works in West Bengal, which is India's nodal electric locomotive manufacturing unit.

    Hitachi ABB Power Grids India bags Rs 120 crore order

    Hitachi ABB Power Grids India bags Rs 120 crore order

    The global technology leader will enable a public electric locomotive manufacturer to advance the government's mission for 100 per cent railway electrification and a low carbon footprint, the company said. For this project, Hitachi ABB Power Grids India is delivering transformers split between the 6,531 kilo-volt-ampere (kVA) for CLW's goods locomotive engines and the 7,775 kVA for passenger.

    Power Mech Projects secures orders worth Rs 1,507 crore

    Power Mech Projects secures orders worth Rs 1,507 crore

    It has won sand mining contracts from the Madhya Pradesh State Mining Corporation Limited for Rs 477 crore. Besides, a consortium led by Power Mech Projects Ltd has won an engineering procurement and construction order from NMDC for the turnkey job of the third screening and crushing plant of iron ore at Kirandul, Chhattisgarh.

    L&T completes manufacture of component for world’s largest nuclear fusion project

    L&T completes manufacture of component for world’s largest nuclear fusion project

    L&T bagged the Rs 1,338-order to manufacture the cryostat in 2012 to manufacture the cryostat, the largest stainless-steel, high-vacuum pressure chamber in the world. The company has completed the manufacture of components at its unit in Hazira and will now assemble it in France.

    L&T builds cryostat for USD 20 bn global fusion project

    L&T builds cryostat for USD 20 bn global fusion project

    The final assembly or top lid sectors of the cryostat, a key part of the world's largest nuclear fusion reactor being built in France, were dispatched on Tuesday from the company's Hazira manufacturing complex in Surat district in Gujarat.

    Engineering firms bring back migrant labourers for MMRDA projects

    Engineering firms bring back migrant labourers for MMRDA projects

    In the wake of the nationwide lockdown to curb spreading of coronavirus infections, thousands of migrant labourers returned to their native places from different cities, including Mumbai. The city is also one of the worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

    Larsen & Toubro wins large contracts for its various businesses

    Larsen & Toubro wins large contracts for its various businesses

    Engineering giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) today said its construction arm has won contracts worth Rs 1,310 crore in various business segments.

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