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1.Humanising Industry 2.0

Sebi Joseph highlights how digitisation is rewriting industry and service narratives.

2.Toshiba Johnson Elevators (India) establishes a Training Centre and Distribution Centre in Chennai

The centre is equipped with field engineer training, distribution and quality control and assurance facility

3.Concreting solutions for India’s bridges

What makes concreting of bridges more challenging than normal concreting?

4.Support industries are focusing on growing metro-rail demand

Look what BEML, Otis, Robbins, Siemens, Voltas are offering to metro-rail

5.Metro-rail spurring business opportunities for the support industry

Lifts, escalators, elevators and tunnel ventilation systems are expanding

6.Metro-rail: Parameters mandated for standardisation and indigenisation

Centre issues mandatory parameters for electrical components in Metro-rail.

7.Tata BlueScope Steel honoured with CIDC Vishwakarma Achievement Award third time in a row.

Tata BlueScope Steel, a market leader in the field of coated steel, steel building products and building solutions, known for its world-class safety practices and operational excellence, has been conferred with the CIDC Vishwakarma Achievement Award for Health Safety and Environment (third time in a row) along with an award for Best Construction Projects category.

8.Reimagining the Construction Continuum

Constructible BIM is driving a change in how we design and build structures

9.The biggest change in our industry will be the Internet of Things, says Ashok Ramachandran, CEO, Schindler India & South Asia

Schindler India, a 100-per-cent owned subsidiary of the Schindler Group established in Switzerland in 1874, is among the leading providers of elevators and escalators.

10.KONE to equip Lodha The Park premium residential development in Mumbai

KONE, a leading elevator and escalator company in the country, will install 57 elevators at Lodha The Park, a premium high-rise residential tower development in Worli, downtown Mumbai. The four residential towers of the development covered by the deal will rise to heights of some 270 m to offer amazing views of India’s most populous city and the nearby sea.

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