It has been informed that BHEL and Alstom will bid jointly for an upcoming rail project in India. State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has decided that it will join hands with Alstom for a metro rail project.
Alstom is a leading firm from France. Both of them will jointly bid for Chennai Metro Rail Project. It is going to be one of the prestigious projects in India. The approximate cost of this project is Rs. 14, 000 crore.
Alstom Projects India, a majority owned subsidiary company of Alstom SA France - the global leader in power generation and rail infrastructure, has secured orders worth Rs 365 crore from Hindalco Industries, for supply and installation of four gas treatment plants in the country.
Alstom Projects India has informed that it has won a contract worth Rs 373 crores from Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL). The order has been placed for supply of boiler components for BHEL's 2 X 800 MW supercritical coal fired power plant located at Krishnapatnam, Andra Pradesh.
Recently, Alstom was awarded Rs 265 crore contract from Lanco Infratech in order to install a new power plant (Teesta Hydroelectric Project Stage VI) on the Teesta river in Sikkim.
Alstom Projects India Ltd announced that it has bagged two export orders worth Rs
592 crore from two different firms.
The company secures first order worth Rs. 242 crores for the supply of equipment to Fujairah Independent Water and Power Plant in UAE.
While the company has secured second order worth Rs. 350 crore for the set up of a 255 MW hydro electric power station at Jinja, Uganda
ALSTOM Projects India Ltd (APIL) is a majority owned subsidiary company of Alstom SA France – the global leader in power generation and rail infrastructure.
Alstom Projects India Ltd (APIL), a subsidiary of Alstom SA France, has got two orders worth Rs 592 crore for power plants.
The Company has got first order of Rs 242 crores and second order of Rs 350 crores for Fujairah Independent Water and Power Plant at Fujairah, UAE and Bujagali Hydro Electric Power Station at Jinja in Uganda, respectively.
The Company’s Principal activities are to the power generation for utilities and industrial users, transportation systems covering traction, signaling and train control for the railways, transmission systems and energy management for industries.