Chennai: Danfoss India, a leading solution provider in mechanical and electronic components and solutions, has announced that it has bagged heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) drive contracts in four airports in India, including the New Delhi airport.
Ravichandran Purushothaman, senior sales director, Asia Pacific, Danfoss Motion Controls Division, told reporters that the company had been awarded a $ 1 million contract for the Indira Gandhi Airport in New Delhi, where upgradation work is on for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
He declined to disclose details on the other airports but said that the company was looking at bagging similar business in 106 other airports in the country.
Sven Ruder, president, Danfoss Motion Controls Division, said the company has since its inception in India in the late 1990s, invested $20 million. “We are looking at a long-term accelerated plan and are very much motivated to increse investment,” he said without disclosing the investment plans.