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1.Our R&D team is working in full force on some great products

KYB-Conmat is involved in the production of the world’s finest concrete construction equipment.

2.Our customer-centric approach drives us to offer customised solutions

Market outlook: Currently, the industry is facing a slowdown, which is expected to last for two to three quarters. However, moving forward, it will witness higher demand amid the government’s resolve to build world-class infrastructure and the digitalisation of manufacturing processes for rolling out technically advanced equipment.

3.We believe in operating with the highest professional ethics

Established in the US in 1953, Louis Berger is a top-ranked global engineering and professional services corporation operating across six continents.

4.Centre to award tenders worth Rs.2 tn

To expedite the Smart Cities mission, the Centre will award tenders worth Rs.2 tn by March 2020, and finish smart city projects worth Rs.500 bn by June 2020.

5.Size, Safety, Versatility: The buzzwords in the crane market

Suppliers are innovating to cater to customers’ demand for bigger, safer and more versatile cranes.

6.Our strength lies in designing the equipment we require for our projects in-house

Here’s a company that has been registered as a ‘super special class’ contractor with the Ministry of Defence.

7.Deshwal to offer waste management solutions

Deshwal Waste Management, a waste management solutions provider including e-waste, is looking at partnering with various smart city projects to offer integrated solutions.

8.Shapoorji Pallonji to raise Rs.8.5 bn for smart city projects

Construction major Shapoorji Pallonji is scouting for opportunities in the smart cities space, and is planning to raise Rs 8.5 bn over six months to fund its Bengaluru and Eluru Smart City projects.

9.Karnataka to spend Rs.70 bn under Smart City project

In order to speed up work on the Smart City projects, the Karnataka Government has reportedly lined up schemes worth Rs 70 bn.

10.Tamil Nadu speeds up smart city projects

The Tamil Nadu Government is expected to roll out smart city projects worth Rs 65 bn across all the 12 corporations in order to speed up its project work.