Kalpataru Projects secures contracts valued at Rs 24.45 bn
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Kalpataru Projects secures contracts valued at Rs 24.45 bn

New Delhi-based Kalpataru Projects International and its subsidiaries had secured orders totalling Rs 24.45 billion. The orders encompass projects in the Transmission & Distribution (T&D) sector, both within India and in international markets, amounting to Rs 23.66 billion. Additionally, a project in the Buildings & Factories (B&F) sector worth Rs 790 billion was obtained.

The statement revealed that Kalpataru Projects International (KPIL) and its international subsidiaries had received new orders or notifications of awards totaling Rs 24.45 billion.

According to Manish Mohnot, the Managing Director & CEO of KPIL, We continue to maintain a positive outlook on the T&D opportunities in India, considering the substantial efforts to enhance the national transmission system, thereby enabling the integration of renewable energy. These orders will significantly enhance our domestic T&D order book and provide promising prospects for future expansion.

KPIL, a leading specialised Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) company, is involved in various sectors including power transmission & distribution, buildings & factories, water supply & irrigation, railways, oil & gas pipelines, urban mobility (flyovers & metro rail), highways, and airports.

The company is presently involved in projects across more than 30 countries and has a presence in over 70 countries.

New Delhi-based Kalpataru Projects International and its subsidiaries had secured orders totalling Rs 24.45 billion. The orders encompass projects in the Transmission & Distribution (T&D) sector, both within India and in international markets, amounting to Rs 23.66 billion. Additionally, a project in the Buildings & Factories (B&F) sector worth Rs 790 billion was obtained. The statement revealed that Kalpataru Projects International (KPIL) and its international subsidiaries had received new orders or notifications of awards totaling Rs 24.45 billion. According to Manish Mohnot, the Managing Director & CEO of KPIL, We continue to maintain a positive outlook on the T&D opportunities in India, considering the substantial efforts to enhance the national transmission system, thereby enabling the integration of renewable energy. These orders will significantly enhance our domestic T&D order book and provide promising prospects for future expansion. KPIL, a leading specialised Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) company, is involved in various sectors including power transmission & distribution, buildings & factories, water supply & irrigation, railways, oil & gas pipelines, urban mobility (flyovers & metro rail), highways, and airports. The company is presently involved in projects across more than 30 countries and has a presence in over 70 countries.

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