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1.Wabtec Wins Drill Motor Deal with Megha Engineering & Infrastructure

Deal supports India’s state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC) onshore drilling rig replacement efforts

2.Industry wish list

Recent coal mine developer and operator (MDO) contract announcements have kept demand for equipment high. Making MDO-styled contract announcements for mining segments other than coal, possibly for iron ore and limestone, will bode well for mining,” believes Hemant Mathur, Assistant Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Tata Hitachi.

3.Innovation in Portable Air

India’s first innovative drilling compressor, Atlas Copco’s XRH 1100 plus, promises to improve customer’s profit in drilling operations with 11 per cent better fuel efficiency.

4.Afcons achieves landmarks in metro-rail construction with technology

The company is executing projects in Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Nagpur & Chennai.

5.Achieving landmarks with technology

Afcons Infrastructure Ltd has been on the Metro construction landscape since it was first introduced in India, with Kolkata Metro commencing operations in 1984.


The cable manufacturer has bagged a contract from East Coast Indian Railways for the supply of cadmium catenary wire in West Bengal.

7.What do users say about high capacity mining equipment?

While the deployment of equipment in mines typically depends on the production requirement, application, geological parameters, expected life of the mine

8.Opportunities for advanced mining technologies exist only in a few large coal mines. Here's why!

The Indian mining sector has traditionally been dominated by small private companies, small private contractors and government companies.

9.Minerals are on an expansion spree! Read to know how this is driving demand for mining equipment

Primarily owing to mine supply closures and discretionary shut-ins in several countries, in the near future, Animesh Nandy, Business Line Manager, Drilling Solutions, Epiroc Mining India, expects zinc and lead to experience the largest gains of 27 per cent and 18 per cent respectively.

10.With BS-IV norms coming in, most engines will become electronic

Our prime focus is on the product image. Technological advancements will happen in two phases. First, we already have a DigiSense in our backhoe and our Roadmaster. All the products we launch will have that DigiSense.