Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Tata Projects Limited
Tata Projects Limited provides construction practices and expertise for large and complex industrial infrastructure projects. It operates through four strategic business units: Industrial Infrastructure; Urban Infrastructure; Quality Services; and Utility Services. The Industrial Infrastructure unit provides project management and turnkey solutions for thermal, hydro, gas based, and combined cycle power plants; erection of HVDC transmission lines and electrical substations; manufacturing of transmission towers; design optimization of transmission lines; ferrous and non-ferrous solutions, ore handling, ore pellatization, blast furnaces execution, ore purification, and project commissioning; d...
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Founded in 1979
Key Executives for Tata Projects Limited
Managing Director and Director
Chief of Corporate Affairs
Head of Power Generation and Executive Vice President
Head of Metals & Minerals
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Tata Projects Limited Key Developments
Mitsui & Co., Ltd., Ircon International Limited and Tata Projects Limited Wins JPY 76 Billion Orders from DFCCIL
Sep 9 15
Mitsui & Co. Ltd. has announced that a consortium consisting of Mitsui & Co. Ltd., Ircon International Limited and Tata Projects Limited has won orders totaling approximately JPY 76 billion from the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd. The orders are for civil and track works from Vaitarana, Maharashtra to Sachin, Gujarat (186 kilometers), and from Sachin to Vadodara, Gujarat (134 kilometers) (Project), as part of a plan to build a dedicated freight line through India's large industrial area between Delhi and Mumbai. The total length of the two sections is 320 kilometers. Mitsui will be the consortium leader for the Project. IRCON and TPL will jointly carry out civil engineering work and lay tracks, using high-quality Japanese-made rails. The new tracks will form part of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai. The DFC project will eventually link the four cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata at the corners of India's Golden Quadrilateral. The Japanese government has provided yen loans for the Western DFC project under the Special Terms for Economic Partnership (STEP). The Western DFC will be the backbone of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) scheme, a joint initiative by the Japanese and Indian governments. In addition to reducing the load that is on the existing tracks, it will reduce the time required to move freight from Delhi to Mumbai from over three days at present to less than one day.
Tata Projects and Al Siraj Holdings Form Joint Venture to Provide Quality Inspection Services in Oman
Jun 9 15
Al Siraj Holdings and Tata Projects have signed a joint venture (JV) agreement to offer quality inspection services in Oman. The JV will also provide `expediting services' in addition to `quality inspection services' for oil & gas, power and infrastructure sectors.
Tata Power Plans To Sell Non-Core Investments
Aug 13 14
The Tata Power Company Limited (BSE:500400) is mulling diluting its non-core investments to reduce the debt burden. "The company will relook at its non-core investments from time to time to see whether they can be rationalized," Tata Power Chairman Cyrus Mistry told. Mistry said the company is also re-looking at investment in Nelco, Tata Ceramics, Tata Projects, among others. Mistry added, "We will relook at our non-core investments to see how they can be rationalised." He further said, "We may not look at selling any assets. But we will definitely look at selling our non-core investments at appropriate time."
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