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AndritzHydro opens its new corporate office in New Delhi.

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.Austrian technology group ANDRITZ  has set-up a new corporate office in New Delhi today. The new office wasinaugurated by Mr Santosh Kumar Gangwar, Hon’ble Minister of Labour and Employment, Government of India in August in the presence of high ranking officials from the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Control, National Hydroelectric Power Corporation, and other important clients. This new office will house over 200 employees from India.

AndritzHydro has been present in India for over two decades now and has a leading position in the hydropower sector. With its two state-of-the-art manufacturing factories in Prithla, Faridabad and Mandideep, the company has set-up a consolidated position in the hydropower sector and has already commissioned important hydroelectric projects in India including Karcham Wangtoo (1,000 MW) and Teesta III (1,200 MW).

Andritz  has supplied and commissioned projects with over 17,000 MW in India and the neighbouring countries of Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. Today, the company in India has become a major hub for the Austrian company and have exported equipment to over 28 countries from this location.

 

Business | News published on 13 / 11 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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