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Alstom T&D India registers growth in Q3 order inflow

Em News Bureau ,  Friday, February 08, 2013, 18:05 Hrs  [IST]

Alstom 765Alstom T&D India witnessed a new order inflow growth of 78 per cent during the third quarter of FY13. The order backlog as of December 31, 2012 was Rs.6,646 crore, up 53 per cent over the comparable level of December 2011, the company said in a release.

Despite a healthy backlog, sales were flat at Rs.2,063 crore over the first nine months of 2012-13, largely affected by customer related project delays, due to several issues, including difficulties in land procurement, fuel shortages and project clearances.

During the September-December 2012 quarter, Alstom T&D India won a number of significant orders from Power Grid Corporation of India such as the Fixed Series Compensation package at the Wardha 400kV substation, 765kV reactors for the Padghe, Aurangabad, Bhiwani, Meerut and NRSS Load Dispatch System in the Southern Region, a bulk 765kV circuit breaker package and the 220kV air-insulated substation at Myanmar.

During the same quarter, Alstom T&D India commissioned several major projects including 765kV substations, e-BoP project for GMR’s Warora power plant and the 400kV substations for the Jindal power plant at Tamnar. Alstom T&D India also unveiled the world’s first 1200kV double-knee type disconnector at Padappai, Tamil Nadu, for Power Grid Corporation of India.
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