The festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council in New Delhi from October 15-16, successfully brought together the public and private sector to discuss probable resolutions to impediments faced by the infrastructure sector.
Right now, India’s transport departments and ministries are structured in a way that they are operating in silos. But going forward, we need to come and work together, and make the most efficient and effective investment for the economy.
The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) is encouraging the use of waste plastic in highway construction, especially on National Highways (NH) within a 50-km periphery of urban areas with a population of 0.5 million or more.
CW identifies size, capacity, mobility and flexibility as the buzzwords in the crusher market, and ascertains valuable screen recommendations. While the industry is currently witnessing a downturn, demand for crushing and screening equipment is growing.
Owing to the current situation that places NHAI in a hard position, the Prime Minister’s office in a letter to the Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has stated that road infrastructure is not financially viable, adding that the agency is packed with unplanned and excessive expansion of roads.