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Tecpro Systems Limited wins Rs. 139

With this new order, Order booking for Tecpro Systems Ltd till date during FY13 is Rs. 2300crore
Total unexecuted order book stands at Rs 4500 crore as on date.
 
Chennai, January 21, 2013:  Tecpro Systems Limited (NSE Scrip ID: TECPRO, BSE Scrip Code: 533266), a leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) player, today has announced that it has received an order worth Rs. 139.8crore from ‘The West Bengal Power Development Corporation Ltd.’, a Government of West Bengal Enterprise, for supply of Ash Handling Plant Turnkey Package for Sagardighi Thermal Power Extension Project, Phase-II, Units 3 & 4 (2x500 MW) alongwith erection, civil and other related services. Tecpro Systems Ltd with high operational expertise in the three core functional areas of any power project, viz., Design & Engineering, Manufacturing and Execution, will undertake Design, Engineering, Manufacturing, Supply, Inspection, Packing, Inland Transportation, Erection, Civil and structural Works, commissioning and Testing of the complete Ash Handling Plant Turnkey Package for Sagardighi Thermal Power Extension Project, Phase – II, Units 3 & 4 (2x500MW). Commenting on the development, AmulGabrani, Vice-Chairman & Managing Director, Tecpro Systems Ltd., said, “This order from The West Bengal Power Development Corporation Ltd, reiterates our strong coal handling and ash handling capabilities, and further strengthens our commitment to offer comprehensive coal handling and ash handling solutions for the power sector.”

 
     
 
   
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