Trial runs have been started on the 4.295 km long Dwarka – Najafgarh Metro corridor. This section comprises of three stations – Dwarka, Nangli and Najafgarh, out of which Dwarka and Nangli are elevated stations while Najafgarh is underground.
Heraeus, one of the world’s largest recyclers of reforming catalyst, has opened a new facility in India to recover precious metals from spent petroleum catalysts. The new site in Udaipur/Rajasthan will be operated by the German-Indian joint venture “Ravindra Heraeus” and will offer India’s petrochemical industry more capacity and state-of-the-art technology to recycle Platinum and Palladium in the country.
At the beginning of this year, Loesche Energy System Ltd, UK has created a subsidiary company and founded a workshop in India. The new LOESCHE Energy Systems India Private Ltd. (LESI) workshop has been founded at Chennai City in Tamilnadu State of India.
Photo: (Left to Right) Lok Home, Robbins CEO, with BMRC Chief Engineer S.S. Hegaraddi. Robbins India Projects Manager Jim Clark, and Robbins India Managing Director Kapil Bhati.
Robbins drives two competitor EPB machines to a milestone at Namma Metro
The project will be implemented by the joint venture with Sterling and Wilson and includes design, installation and commissioning of environmental control and ventilation systems in six different metro stations.