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1.HAL, Rolls-Royce commence construction of new facility

Hindustan Aeronautics Rolls-Royce recently commenced the construction of a new manufacturing facility in Bengaluru.

2.HNGI to set up glass plant

Hindusthan National Glass and Industries (HNGI) Ltd plans to invest Rs 1,000 crore to set up a glass manufacturing complex in the Nellore district.

3.Spartan wins Excellence Award

After winning ´India´s Top SMEs´ , BAI´s ´Navratna of Construction Industry Award´, AIBCF´s ´Business Excellence Award Indo-Nepal Friendship Award and Global Achievers Award, Spartan wins one more award - the ´Excellence in Operations´ for innovative initiatives.

4.Voltamp Transformer’s expansion plant at Gujarat operational

Voltamp Transformers Ltd which is into designing and manufacturing different types of transformers announced that its expansion plant at Gujarat has become operational from October, 2009.

5.Painting progress

´Cautiously optimistic´ is the best way to describe the outlook for the paints and coatings sector for the near term while the overall, long-term outlook is positive. Globally, the paint industry is equally made up of decorative products and industrial coatings.

6.Hindustan Dorr-Oliver acquires UK-based DavyMarkham

Engineering solutions provider Hindustan Dorr-Oliver has acquired the UK-based DavyMarkham for about Rs 65 crore.

7.TAL launches new products

TAL Manufacturing Solutions, the wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Motors, showcased a new range of machines at IMTEX 2011.

8.Going Forward

Revathi Equipment Ltd, with its new manufacturing facility, aims at being among the leading companies in the Indian construction industry.

9.We start projects only after all approvals are received

Shrikant Joshi, Chief Executive, L&T Realty Larsen & Toubro (L&T), the $14.3-billion engineering-construction-manufacturing-financial services global giant and India´s largest construction organisation, does not need any introduction.

10.BHEL-B'luru units to up capacity to 20,000 MW

The Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) Bengaluru division plans to augment the annual manufacturing capacity to 20,000 MW in FY2011-12 – an increase of 33.3 per cent over the previous year.