Bullet train: L&T wins Rs 25,000-cr order for Gujarat stretch
The contract is about design and construction of the 237-km long line and the entire section falls in Gujarat. The current Maharashtra government is not keen on the project and has not begun land acquisition.
KEC International bags new orders worth Rs 1,033 cr
Engineering, procurement and construction major KEC International on Thursday said it has...
Hitachi ABB Power Grids India wins Rs 100-cr order from HPCL Rajasthan Refinery
The project will strengthen mission-critical power infrastruc...
JMC Projects bags orders worth Rs 1,342 crore
In a filing to the BSE, the company said it has won Rs 725 crore worth infrastructure project in east Asia. JMC Projects (India) Limited is a subsidiary of Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd.
L&T bags construction orders totalling Rs 1,000 crore - Rs 2,500crore
L&T Construction bagged a turnkey order for design and construction from a client for office space in two locations in Bangalore, with a total built up area of 2 million square feet. The project will be certified for sustainable and green design.
Power Mech Projects bags orders worth Rs 1,311.70 crore
In a regulatory filing, Power Mech Projects said it has received letter of intent/L1 intimation for work worth Rs 1,311.70 crore.
Blue Star bags Rs 149 crore order for Mumbai Metro from Dogus-Soma JV
The order is for electrical and mechanical works in five underground stations, tunnels, cross overs, cross passages and auxiliary buildings of Mumbai Metro Line III, Blue Star said in a regulatory filing.
Larsen & Toubro says it has bagged orders worth between Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 2,500 crore
L&T’s water and effluent treatment business won its first order in Chandigarh from the Chandigarh Smart City to construct a 136 million litres per day sewage treatment plant on a design, build and operate basis.
State-run engineering firm BHEL bags maiden order for battery energy storage systems
"Amidst stiff competitive bidding, BHEL has won its first commercial order for state-of-the-art Battery Energy Storage Systems from The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI)," BHEL said in a statement. The company has signed a contract agreement with TERI for setting up of a cumulative 410 kWh Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) in the NCT of Delhi.
BEML puts in place 'catch-up' plan to make up for production backlog due to COVID impact
In addition to loss of revenue, due to distressed cash flow operations, inflows from customers have stopped or slowed down significantly while outflows especially to MSME and other vendors are continuing resulting in serious liquidity crunch, Hota 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.
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
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
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.
Strong hints emerge that India is unlikely to take Vodafone tax embarrassment lying down
There is a possibility that India may take the order to the Singapore High Court. There are talks of similar, now-settled cases involving other parties. In one such instance, the order had been successfully challenged and upheld by the Court of Appeals. India is also unhappy about "these tribunals acting like super states," said an official.