Reliance Power’s 4,000 MW Krishnapatnam ultra mega power project, is being developed by its whollyowned subsidiary coastal Andhra Power.
Significant opportunities exist for vendors of port construction and operations equipment. Cargo traffic at Indian ports stood at 934 mt last year. That the capacity at these ports is required to grow to 2,000 mt
NMDC plans to invest about Rs 2,400 crore to lay a pipeline between Chhattisgarh and Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.
The first unit of Krishnapatnam thermal power project in Nellore has plans to begin its commercial operations soon, if all goes as planned.
Krishnapatnam Port in Andhra Pradesh, has plans of developing a special economic zone on 12,000 acre in its vicinity.
Krishnapatnam Port recently received the 2014 Seatrade Maritime Awards in the category ´Corporate Social Responsibility´.
Gayatri Projects Ltd is growing from strength to strength under the able leadership of its TV Sandeep Kumar Reddy, Managing Director.
Riding on an unprecedented infrastructure and real estate boom, construction equipment continues to electrify the Indian market.
The Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Ltd (AP Genco) is set to commission 10 power projects in the next two years.
Tata Projects is keen to offer turnkey solutions largely for the power sector. The company is currently executing an order book of nearly Rs 7,000 crore.