ABB bags Rs312 cr order for Delhi international airport

ABB bags Rs312 cr order for Delhi international airport
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First Published: Tue, Jul 01 2008. 02 34 PM IST
Updated: Tue, Jul 01 2008. 02 34 PM IST
PTI
Mumbai: Power and automation technology group ABB has won Rs312 crore order for supply of electrical products and systems for a new terminal at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
“Airports are exceptionally demanding work environments that require extremely reliable power supplies,” ABB India managing director Biplab Majumdar said.
“ABB’s comprehensive range of energy-efficient electrical products and systems will ensure reliable power distribution and control of power,” he added.
The company would provide electrical infrastructure and control systems for Terminal 3, which is under construction.
The Delhi Airports T3 terminal would cover an area of 5,20,000 sq meters with a capacity to handle 25 million passengers and is scheduled to be operational by March 2010.
Shares of ABB were trading at Rs781, down 3.76% on the BSE in afternoon trade.
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First Published: Tue, Jul 01 2008. 02 34 PM IST