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    L&T sells UK marine tech arm Servowatch Systems to Rolls-Royce

    L&T’s wholly owned subsidiary, Larsen & Toubro International FZE, runs an integrated marine automation solutions provider Servowatch Systems. The unit has 44 employees in the UK and India who work on integrated marine automation solutions for navies, commercial vessels and large yachts.

    BHEL appoints Renuka Gera as Director Industrial Systems

    After her appointment on the Board of BHEL, Renuka Gera, 57, has assumed charge as Director (Industrial Systems & Products), a company statement said.

    HCC JV bags Rs 236 crore rail project in Mizoram

    The order is a part of the Bairabi-Sairang new broad gauge rail line, being implemented by the Indian Railways as a part of its plans to improve its network across the North-East India. This rail line aims at giving a boost to the rail connectivity in the region, as it will connect Mizoram to the Indian Railways network up to Bairabi railway station in the state.

    BHEL sets new record of manufacturing India's highest-rated auto transformer

    "BHEL has successfully manufactured and tested (short circuit) India's highest rating Auto Transformer at the National High Power Test Laboratory (NHPTL) at Bina in Madhya Pradesh," it said in a statement.

    L&T wins Rs 3,000 crore order to construct India's longest river bridge

    The 19 km long bridge will be built along National Highway 127-B and will feature a Navigation Bridge of 12.625 km, approach viaducts of 3.5 km on the Dhubri side and 2.2 km on the Phulbari side, connected with approach roads and interchanges on both sides, it said.

    New HQ for ELGi in North Carolina

    ELGi North America president David Puck said "2020 has been a year of change for so many companies.

    L&T bags over Rs 7,000-cr order to construct part of Bullet Train Project

    The approximately 508 km Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail project will cover Maharashtra, Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Gujarat, with 12 stations along the route. Upon completion, the high-speed rail will operate at a speed of 320 kmph, covering the entire distance in approximately 2 hours.

    L&T bags the order to supply Komatsu mining equipment to Tata Steel

    As per the company, the order comprises of 41 units of Komatsu HD785-7 (100 tonne dump truck), 3 units of Komatsu WA900-3E0 (9 cum wheel loader) and 2 units of Komatsu D275A-5R (410HP crawler dozer).

    L&T bags order from Tata Steel for supply of mining equipment

    The scope of order for L&T's construction and mining equipment business includes supply of equipment and full maintenance contract for 60,000 hours of equipment operation.

    L&T delivers launch hardware for Gaganyaan mission ahead of time

    Notwithstanding the limitations imposed by Covid-19, the Middle segment of the world’s third-largest solid propellant rocket booster, ‘S-200,’ has been delivered ahead of schedule with zero-defects, said the company in a press release.

    Infra push along border keeps construction equipment companies busy

    Infra push along border keeps construction equipment companies busy

    With increased government emphasis on infrastructure development in border areas after the escalation in tension with the country’s largest neighbour, sales of construction equipment to the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has increased 50% in the first half of the ongoing fiscal year.

    Larsen & Toubro emerges lowest bidder for road bridge over river Brahmaputra

    Larsen & Toubro emerges lowest bidder for road bridge over river Brahmaputra

    "Larsen & Toubro has emerged as the lowest bidder for about Rs 3,200 crore four-lane road bridge across river Brahmaputra from Dhubri to Phulbari on NH 127 B," the National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) official said.

    India's engineering goods exports may decline due to second wave of Covid infection in Europe

    India's engineering goods exports may decline due to second wave of Covid infection in Europe

    Most of the engineering exporting companies were functioning at 60-70% of capacity and exports had touched 60-70% and were steadily rising, said Murali Shankar Sambasivam, director at Super Auto Forge, but a second wave could mean serious trouble for the sector.

    Govt plans to sell up to 15% stake in IRCON International

    Govt plans to sell up to 15% stake in IRCON International

    The government currently holds 89.18 per cent stake in IRCON International Ltd.

    QuEST Global sets up CoE for Microsoft Azure

    QuEST Global sets up CoE for Microsoft Azure

    Krish Kupathil, Head – Hi-Tech and Digital, QuEST Global, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Microsoft for the CoE that will be a centralized, strategic division and will act as an incubation hub for QuEST engineers."

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