Mumbai: ICSA India Limited, on 8 September said that it has secured work orders for a total contract value of Rs236.14-crore from the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (Mahavitaran) and MP Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Limited.
The Rs202.22-crore order from Mahavitaran was for the construction and commissioning of sub-transmission lines, power transformers, new sub-stations, augmenting of existing sub-stations, distribution transformers of varying capacities and allied works, a press release issued here stated.
The second order worth Rs31.92-crore from MP Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company was for the supply of material, survey, erection and installation and commissionig of 11 KV line and bays with VCB and metering, the release said.
ICSA India Limited’s Chairman and Managing Director, C Bala Reddy, said that “a swelling order-book position reinforces the company’s capabilities in the transmission and distribution sector. We hope to complete schedules in good time, and be one of the sought-after companies in the power distribution sector.”
ICSA is in the business of construction of pwoer transmission lines and sub-stations. It is a leading player in the embedded technology segment of the power sector with products like sub-station controllers, distribution transformer controllers and automatic meter reading systems.