Tecpro Systems today said it has bagged a Rs 146.6-crore order from Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) for the entire coal handling package for a power plant.

“Tecpro Systems has received an order worth Rs 146.6 crore from DVC for supply of a coal handling package for Bokaro Thermal Power Station (1X500 MW) along with related services,” the Gurgaon-based engineering firm said in a BSE filing.

The scope of the order includes designing, manufacturing and commissioning of the entire coal handling systems for the power plant. However, no execution time-line was given.

“The order from DVC reflects our leadership position in the coal handling segment along with proven execution abilities,” Tecpro’s Vice-Chairman and Managing Director Amul Gabrani said.

This is for the third time in the last eight days that Tecpro has announced bagging of orders.

On December 28, it announced getting orders worth Rs 267.3 crore from an NTPC subsidiary. Two days later, it said it had bagged a Rs 95-crore international order.

The company scrip was trading at Rs 153.70 during the afternoon session on the BSE, up 3.33 per cent over the previous closing.

(This article was published on January 4, 2013)
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