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1.Rain Dance

Johnson Bath's new collection of Thunder Rain showers offers the combined experience of a rain shower and a smooth massage using high pressured water flow.

2.BEML, Siemens to manufacture rail coaches

Bharat Earth Movers Ltd (BEML) and Siemens India have signed an accord to jointly manufacture and market stainless steel coaches for suburban rail systems.

3.JSL signs MoU with state

The state government has signed an MoU with JSL Ltd for setting up a stainless steel park on 300 acre at Kalinganagar.

4.Automated Rolling Shutters

Gandhi Automations┬┤ automated rolling shutters are ideal for situations where side room is at a premium and security is required. Gandhi Automations is the only manufacturer of rolling shutters certified to ISO 9001- 2008 quality management system.

5.The Indonesian Government plans to offer 43 infra projects to private investors next year

History reveals that the relationship between India and Indonesia dates back to first century AD when Indian traders were the first to arrive in Indonesia. Through the years, the trade and cultural links have continued with the potential for mutually

6.Rolling in excellence

Offering innovative and creative engineering technology, the new rolling shutters by Gandhi Automation are designed for both external and internal applications. A company complementing reliability with energy efficiency, Gandhi Automations

7.Bringing Steel Closer

Riding on the success and reputation of JSL Stainless Steel Ltd, JSL Architecture Ltd (arc) aims to make stainless steel a part of everyday life with its extensive solutions for industrial, commercial and residential applications.

8.Roofing: Top Stuff

The roof is no longer just an appendage of a building; many a time, it is its crowning glory. Thus, it is no surprise that roofing technologies have metamorphosed in recent years.

9.Varun Ind mulls 3.5 lakh tonne pig iron plant in Bagalkot

Varun Industries, a Mumbai-based stainless steel player, is planning to invest Rs 2,100 crore to set up a pig iron plant in Karnataka.

10.Railways plans to use alloys in wagons to cut costs

Indian Railways plans to introduce new wagons that are cheaper by a fifth and carry almost the same weight as the existing stainless steel.