Vis Hydraulics joins Unacea
Vis Hydraulics has joined Unacea. The company specialises in the design and production of hydraulic cartridge valves, coils and electronic controls for construction equipment. It offers a customised production service, tailored on the specific needs of each customer, in addition to the standard products.
The future is digitalisation
Our transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment industry, in 2017, covering towers, lines and devices, is around Rs 180 billion, including exports. At an aggregate level, the industry has grown nominally at ~ 3 per cent over 2016. However, towers, conductors, insulators, in particular showed negative growth.
5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards
The Foundation of Infrastructure Research Studies Training (FIRST) recently hosted the 5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards. Sandeep Singh, Managing Director, Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Co, was named the 'Equipment India Person of the Year' for 2017.
The power sector of the country has witnessed a considerable change and evolution in the last two decades owing to several policy and regulatory measures.
Calling for sops
Electricity forms an integral part of the utilities which currently contribute nearly 2.02 per cent to Asia's third largest economy. The nation's power sector has long been grappling with grim infrastructure and ageing transmission - woes that have debilitated the nation's economic health.
'Power industry is under positive stress'
Elecrama is giving us a great platform to connect with sector thought leaders, like-minded industry professionals, potential clients and stakeholders.
Powering ahead full steam
Indian electrical equipment industry, broadly classified as generation equipment and transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment, manufactures products ranging from high- technology equipment to low-technology electrical components.
Key features of EPC contract
EPC or turnkey construction contracts enable construction works of large-scale and complex infrastructure projects, where a contractor is obliged to deliver the complete facility to a developer who needs to only turn a key to start operating the facility.