BHEL is an integrated equipment manufacturer and one of the largest engineering and manufacturing companies in India in terms of turnover.
Established in 1964, it is engaged in design, EPC, construction, testing, commissioning and servicing of a range of products, systems and services for core economic sectors´power, transmission, industry, transportation, RE, O&G and defence.
Key success factors:
With a widespread network of 17 manufacturing units, two repair units, four regional offices, eight service centres, eight overseas offices, 15 regional centres, seven joint ventures, and infrastructure to execute more than 150 project sites across India and abroad, BHEL provides products, systems and services to customers efficiently and at competitive prices. Most manufacturing units and other entities have been accredited to Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008), Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004) and Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001:2007).
The company has established capability to deliver 20,000 MW p.a. of equipment to address growing demand for power generation equipment. It is also setting up a new Greenfield power equipment fabrication plant at Bhandara, Maharashtra, the foundation stone for which was laid on May 14, 2013. BHEL places strong emphasis on innovation and development of new technologies. Its R&D effort enables strong customer orientation for responding to changes in the market.
During FY15, BHEL´s order intake stood at Rs 30,800 crore v/s Rs 28,000 crore in FY14´growth of 10 per cent Y-o-Y. Key orders received in 4Q include: i) 1,080 MW TSGENCO (EPC-Rs 5,000 crore) and ii) 120 MW Rammam stage III hydro-electric project in West Bengal, (Rs 2,300 crore). Also, BHEL was L1 in i) 1,320 MW Udangudi (EPC-Rs 7,800 crore), ii) 500 MW Tuticorin (BTG-Rs 120 crore), iii) 1 GW of Pakal DUL Hydro power with Patel Engg. (Rs 9,000 crore JV share, BHEL likely at Rs 1,000 crore) and iv) 1.2 GW Pranhita Lift Irrigation (Rs 3,000 crore).
BHEL has retained its market leadership position during 2013-14 with 72 per cent market share in the power sector, while operating in a difficult business environment. Improved focus on project execution has enabled BHEL record its highest ever commissioning/ synchronisation of 13,452 MW of power plants in domestic and international markets in 2013-14, marking a 30 per cent increase over 2012-13. The company has added more than 124,000 MW to India's installed power generating capacity so far.
- BHEL signs three strategic MoUs in Kazakhstan.
- Commissions 500 MW Thermal unit in Tamil Nadu.
- Commissions 1st 250 MW unit at the highest rating coal plant in North East India.
- Commissions 4x200 MW at Koldam Hydro Electric Project.
- Achieves new landmark - secures highest-ever single contract for setting up 4,000 MW Supercritical TPP.
- Wins ´India Pride Award ´14-15 for Excellence in Heavy Industries´.
||State Owned Enterprise |
||Electrical equipment |
||New Delhi, India |
||Gas and steam turbines, boilers, generators, |
heat exchangers, pumps, programmable logic
controllers, sensors, variable frequency drives,
uninterruptible power supplies, circuit breakers,
switchgear, switchboards, motor controllers
|Key financial parameters
||FY 2013-14 |
||Rs. 30,182.98 cr
||Rs. 39,569 cr |
||Rs. 22,708 cr
||Rs. 35,975 cr |
||Rs. 3,594 cr |
||Rs. 91 cr
||Rs. 133 cr |
||Rs. 1,077.32 cr
||Rs. 985 cr |
||Rs. 3,502 cr |
||Rs. 14.31 |