On the heels of a new government committed to infrastructure and growth, India stands on the cusp of a transformation. Change is the only constant. And, the Indian economy is proof of this. While a year ago, the scenario looked gloomy with a sub 5-per-cent GDP
Torrent Power Ltd (TPL) will make investments worth Rs 6,000 crore for setting up a 1,200 MW gas-based power plant at Dahej to meet the requirements of the upcoming Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Regions (PCPIR).
Century Plyboards India Ltd (CPIL) has planned Rs 1,630 crore investments for setting up cement, plywood, particle board as well as fibre board facilities.The company’s 70 percent owned, unlisted subsidiary, Cement anufacturing Co Ltd (CMCL) was setting a new 1.75 mn tonne fresh clinker capacity in Meghalaya through Meghalaya Cement Ltd, its subsidiary star.
Amerind Petroleum has signed up with the Andhra Pradesh Government to establish a Rs 12,000-crore refinery complex near Visakhapatnam in the petroleum, chemicals and petrochemical investment region (PCPIR) by relocating an existing US refinery.
Jas the Indian economy suddenly gained momentum? The revision in the way GDP is calculated - with a change in the base year and a ´value-added´ way to measure output - has seen a swell in growth from around 5 per cent just a year ago to 7.3 per cent in FY15.
The Odisha Government aims to collaborate with noted fertiliser companies to set up units at the PCPIR (petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals investment region) hub planned over an area of 284 sq km straddling Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts
Held from December 12-16, the expo spread across 250,000 sq m housing 925 exhibitors including 275 companies from across the globe. CW gives a sneak peek into the look and feel of the 9th edition of the expo in Bengaluru in 2017.