BEMCL was awarded a Rs 25 Billion order for rear dump trucks.
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BEMCL was awarded a Rs 25 Billion order for rear dump trucks.

Northern Coal Fields Limited (NCL) has placed an order with BEML Ltd. for the supply of 28 BH100 back dump trucks, with a value of Rs 25 billion. The business highlighted the product, saying that the BH100 rear dump truck is made especially for the effective handling of coal and overburden in mining operations, and it can carry payloads up to 100 tonnes.

BEML Ltd. announced in a statement that the dumpers would be maintained under a Guaranteed Spare Parts contract for five years, ensuring uninterrupted service and operational efficiency. The statement highlighted the renowned robust design, advanced features, and operational efficiency of the BEML BH100 rear dump truck, making it a preferred choice in the mining industry.

With a payload capacity of up to 100 tonnes, the BH100 is well-suited for heavy-duty mining activities, especially when it comes to moving coal and overburden. With its fuel-efficient design, the BH100 contributes to lower operating expenses without sacrificing performance.

In the statement, Shantanu Roy, CMD of BEML Ltd., was quoted as saying that their contributions to the coal sector are increasing, with their mission being to aid coal players in achieving the target of extracting over 1 billion metric tonnes of coal in the country. He mentioned that their BH100 rear dump truck has the capability to significantly assist NCL in their coal extraction efforts.

Northern Coal Fields Limited (NCL) has placed an order with BEML Ltd. for the supply of 28 BH100 back dump trucks, with a value of Rs 25 billion. The business highlighted the product, saying that the BH100 rear dump truck is made especially for the effective handling of coal and overburden in mining operations, and it can carry payloads up to 100 tonnes. BEML Ltd. announced in a statement that the dumpers would be maintained under a Guaranteed Spare Parts contract for five years, ensuring uninterrupted service and operational efficiency. The statement highlighted the renowned robust design, advanced features, and operational efficiency of the BEML BH100 rear dump truck, making it a preferred choice in the mining industry. With a payload capacity of up to 100 tonnes, the BH100 is well-suited for heavy-duty mining activities, especially when it comes to moving coal and overburden. With its fuel-efficient design, the BH100 contributes to lower operating expenses without sacrificing performance. In the statement, Shantanu Roy, CMD of BEML Ltd., was quoted as saying that their contributions to the coal sector are increasing, with their mission being to aid coal players in achieving the target of extracting over 1 billion metric tonnes of coal in the country. He mentioned that their BH100 rear dump truck has the capability to significantly assist NCL in their coal extraction efforts.

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