KEC bags orders worth Rs 914 cr

? Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on November 24, 2017

KEC International, a RPG Group company, has secured orders worth Rs 914 crore in transmission, power systems and cable businesses from domestic and overseas markets. In the transmission business, SAE Towers, KEC’s wholly owned subsidiary, has bagged orders worth Rs 73 crore from Canada. It has also secured orders for lattice towers and hardware from Canada, the US, Brazil and Mexico, totalling Rs 115 crore. In Indonesia, KEC has bagged a Rs 129-crore order from the state electricity corporation for the design, supply and erection of a 150-kV transmission line. In Saudi Arabia, it has got a similar contract worth Rs 196 crore for a 380-kV transmission line. Power Grid Corporation has awarded a Rs 219-crore contract to KEC for a 400-kV transmission line between Kurukshetra and Jalandhar and a 220-kV line from Jalandhar to Hamirpur. In addition, orders from existing transmission projects total Rs 68 crore. In the power systems business, KEC has secured a Rs 40-crore order for setting up a 765-kV gas insulated substation (GIS) in Tamil Nadu from PowerGrid. This marks the company’s entry into the 765-kV GIS substation space, KEC said. In addition, KEC has got Rs 74 crore worth orders for the supply of power and telecom cables.

Published on April 01, 2013

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