KEC International wins orders worth Rs 1,209 cr

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on March 12, 2018

KEC International, an RPG Group company, has won new orders worth Rs 1,209 crore in its transmission and distribution, and cables businesses.

Under its transmission and distribution businesses, the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) major secured orders worth Rs 1,126 crore from Saudi Arabia, Uganda, India and the Americas.

In Saudi Arabia it won a construction order of 230kV and 380 kV transmission lines in Jubail and Shedgum from Saudi Electricity Co, valued at Rs 736 crore. In Uganda, it bagged a supply and installation order worth 220 kV transmission line between Kawanda–Masaka from Uganda Electricity Transmission Co. worth Rs 124 crore.

The company won a Rs 60 crore order from Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) for the Tangla–Barabisa section of 800 kV HVDC Bishwanath Chariyali-Agra transmission line.

SAE Towers, a wholly-owned subsidiary, of the company has secured orders for supply of lattice towers, monopoles and hardware from the United States, Brazil and Mexico. The total value of orders was Rs 206 crore.

Under its cables business, KEC secured orders worth Rs 83 crore for the supply of power and telecom Cables.


Published on June 12, 2014

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