Giving customers exactly what they need has become the focus of crushing and screening equipment vendors in India, finds CHARU BAHRI. Is the crushing and screening industry facing a crushing defeat to adverse market forces? Industry voices speak in unison about the lacklustre state of affairs.
Move over 2013! This New Year holds enough promises to re-energise the Indian infra juggernaut.Enough doom and gloom...it´s time to wake up to a new tomorrow and see the green shoots that have started appearing on the horizon across several core segments in the country. This ranges from clearances given to mega projects worth over Rs 4 lakh crore and re-energised power projects to the availability of more funds for finance and fast-improving mining prospects. As the infrastructure and constructi
Uniquest Infra Ventures, a JV between Malaysian firm Khazanah Nasional Berhad and IDFC, has acquired equity stake in Jetpur Somnath Tollways Pvt Ltd (JSTPL), which is implementing a 124-km BOT project connecting Jetpur and Somnath in Gujarat. At the helm is Athar Shahab, Chief Executive Officer, Uniquest, who has over two decades of experience in the field of investments
In Gujarat, the Jetpur-Somnath Section of National Highway (NH)- 8D is being converted into four lane under NHDP Phase-III by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). Four laning of Bhavnagar-Veraval Section and two lane paved shoulder/four laning of Gadu Dwarka section of NH-8E is scheduled to be completed in September, 2015.
Materials can be handled mechanically or manually. Ambitious projects and a focus on quality are driving material handling equipment usage, Material handling equipment has traditionally been pitted against low-cost labour in India. So, substantially capital expenditure-intensive material handlers - including a variety of cranes
There is a need for capital for technology up-gradation for the forging industry, by way of introducing a technology up-gradation scheme. This would enable the forging units to avail of bank loans at approximately, say, 5% lower than the market rate towards acquiring modern technology them more competitive in the international market
The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure (CCI) has given a nod for four highway projects aggregating to more than Rs 2,500 crore in five states, Gujarat, West Bengal, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.