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1.Our MEP order book has grown by 25 per cent in the past year

India's leading integrated MEP service provider with over 75 years of experience in providing expert solutions in the building, industrial and infrastructure segments, Blue Star has built an enviable reputation for being a one-stop turnkey provider for all MEP needs, with a strong record of delivering projects globally.


2.Infra Push Drives Equipment Demand

Rajesh Nath and Ajmal Fawad write on the infrastructure market trend and the contributions of German equipment manufacturers.


3.Indian stainless steel consumption touches 2.5 kg per capita

Consumption registers a 100% spurt in less than a decade: ISSDA


4.Automation Comes Home

Although a relatively new concept, smart homes are creating a buzz in the market, globally and in India. Smart homes use Internet-connected devices to enable remote monitoring and management of appliances and systems


5.Tenders should mandate at least 30-40% use of precast or prefab components

With the aim to construct 1.2 crore homes to ensure Housing for All by 2022


6.Taking Centre Stage!

A growing number of experience centres is strengthening the growth of the Indian tiles, ceramics and sanitaryware market.


7.At Rs 23,400 crore, Mumbai captures 40 per cent of PE investments into office assets in India

PE investments across debt and equity shifted into a new paradigm post 2014 with the new government coming into power


8.Lower award target for FY2019 puts ambitious Bharatmala programme on challenging terrain

The Ministry of Road Transportation & Highways (MORTH) has fixed a lower award target of around 20,000 km of National Highways for FY2019 from 25,000 km in FY2018.


9.Close to Rs 45,000 crore to be invested in storage and warehouses by 2020

In a report released by JLL it is estimated that close to Rs 45,000 crore will be invested in creating storage facilities across India from 2018-2020. In these three years, different categories of warehousing will also create jobs to the tune of 200,000 at different levels of specifications and specialisations.


10.'The new powder coatings facility in Mumbai has a capacity of about 5,500 tonne," says Thierry Vanlancker, CEO, AkzoNobel NV, and Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, MD, AkzoNobel India

AkzoNobel India, among the largest global manufacturers of powder coatings, recently inaugurated its powder coatings facility in Mumbai, with an investment of Rs 650 million.


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