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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 7:24 am 
BHEL signs pact with SAIL


TIRUCHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Tiruchi, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Steel Authority of India (SAIL) for supply of steel materials like flats and long products for one year.

G.P. Srivastava, Regional Manager, Southern Region, SAIL and A. Maruthamuthu, Senior Deputy General Manager, Outsourcing, BHEL, signed the agreement in the presence of Vijay Dave, General Manager - Projects, SAIL, New Delhi, and A Chandrababu, General Manager - Outsourcing, BHEL here recently. BHEL is projected to buy steel flats like plates and sheets and structurals like beams, channels and angles to the tune of around 6 lakh metric tonnes this financial year. The agreement paves way for enhancement of quantity, if required.

The approximate value of the annual purchase will be Rs.1850 crore. The cost varies according to the product. As per the agreement, BHEL and SAIL will negotiate and arrive at a price every quarter. The projected quantity takes care of the requirement of the subcontractors of BHEL.


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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 7:03 am 
Women entrepreneurs become BHEL’s vendors


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TIRUCHI: Rigorous efforts of the Women Entrepreneurs’ Association of Tamil Nadu (WEAT) for nearly two years to transform a section of its members into vendors of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) through a plethora of training and motivational programmes crystallised on Thursday when the industry giant issued purchase orders to the first batch of first-generation industrialists.

http://www.hindu.com/2009/05/29/stories ... 370300.htm


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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 8:56 am 
BHEL bags contract for Bela Power Project

TIRUCHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has bagged an order for the main plant package at the upcoming Bela Thermal Power Project (TPP) in Maharashtra, involving a new rating unit of 270 MW.

Valued at Rs.703 crore the order for the greenfield power project, located at Bela in Nagpur district, has been placed on BHEL by Ideal Energy Projects Limited.

Coming close on the heels of an order for a 600 MW thermal power plant of Korba West Power Company Limited in Chhattisgarh, this order is testimony to the confidence reposed by Independent Power Producers in BHEL’s capabilities, a release from the BHEL here said.

Major private sector customers too have been reposing confidence in BHEL and in fiscal 2008-09 orders worth over Rs.13,000 crore were placed on the company by Jindal Power, Jaiprakash Power Ventures, GVK Power, Hindalco, HPCL Mittal Energy Ltd., Adani Power, Tatas and ACC among others.

BHEL’s scope of work in the present contract envisages design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of boiler, steam turbine and turbo-generator, along with associated auxiliaries and state-of-the-art controls & instrumentation including generator and unit transformers.

BHEL has fully established state-of-the-art technology for the manufacture of thermal setups to 1,000 MW rating.

It has also introduced new rating thermal sets of 270 MW, 525 MW and 600 MW to meet customer demand, the release added.


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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 2:26 am 
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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2009 7:13 am 
BHEL Trichy asks subcontractors to up capacity

The Tiruchirappalli unit of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has asked its subcontractors to increase their capacity to 50 per cent from the current 32 per cent in order to to achieve a turnover of Rs 10,000 crore for the current financial year.

V Ananthakrishnan, executive director, BHEL – Tiruchy, said they had asked the subcontractors to increase their capacities to manufacture headers and panels since the requirement for these products would increase in the coming years. He wanted the firms to follow the just in time concept to avoid inventory buildup.

The number of subcontracting firms increased from 346 to 429 in the last one year.

BHEL Small and Medium Industries Association secretary M Variavel said while BHEL Tiruchi was planning to invest around Rs 1,200 crore by 2011-12, the vendors in and around Tiruchy would invest Rs 200-300 crore during the same period.

In the last two years, vendors invested around Rs 100 crore to import machines that automate welding of boiler support structures and to increase the capacity


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PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 10:07 am 
BHEL poised to achieve Rs. 9,500 crore turnover

TIRUCHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Tiruchi, will register a business turn over of Rs.9,500 crore during 2009-10, its Executive Director, V. Ananthakrishnan, said.

Speaking at a function to mark the distribution of awards to the BHEL’s sub-contractors at BHEL campus near here on Saturday, Mr. Ananthakrishnan said that although the economic recession had caused a setback to the growth of industrial and manufacturing sectors, BHEL withstood it to a great extent.

In fact, the BHEL’s business turnover during 2009-10 was anticipated to touch a whooping Rs.10,000 crore.

He said that the global recession could be tackled in India through the creation of infrastructure such as ports, highways and power generation.

Terming the global recession as an opportunity for the BHEL for stepping up power generation, he commended the role being played by the sub-contractors in meeting the quality standards for the manufacture of boilers, an essential component for power generation.

Appreciating the success of the automated facilities introduced by three sub-contractors, Mr. Ananthakrishnan said that the BHEL would extend all support and assistance to such initiatives in future too.

He appealed to the sub-contractors to step up their production capacity in tune with the growing industrial needs across the country and the globe.

The BHEL has commenced manufacturing boilers of 660 MW and 800 MW capacity, the super-critical boilers threw more opportunities for stepping up productivity.

The monthly production of as many as 250 sub-contractors stood far less than 50 tonnes, resulting in delay in the despatch of the consignment to the customers. “This has forced the BHEL to introduce a new initiative – ‘Away Centre Fabrication’ (ACF) concept – for ensuring prompt despatch of the orders,” he said.



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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 7:20 am 
BHEL Trichy despatches 600 MW boiler drum


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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2009 6:05 am 
BHEL despatches 600 MW boiler drum

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TIRUCHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Tiruchi, on Wednesday despatched its first 600 MW boiler drum for installation in the North Chennai Thermal Power Station Stage II of the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB).

The huge drum was despatched one month ahead of schedule by road on a special trailer fitted with 18 hydraulic axles.

The 28-metre-long drum with a diameter of 1.9 metres and weighing 248 metric tonnes was flagged off by V. Ananthakrishnan, Executive Director, BHEL, Tiruchi.

BHEL bagged the EPC contract against international competitive bidding from TNEB for setting up the country’s first 600 MW power plant designed to sub critical parameters.

Later, BHEL received another order from TNEB for supply of the second 600 MW order for the North Chennai project.

BHEL has also signed a joint venture with TNEB for setting up two 800 MW supercritical units at Udangudi in Tiruchendur Taluk of Tuticorin District.

So far, BHEL has secured orders for supply of nine 600 MW units – one from APGenco for its Kakatiya Thermal Power Project at Bhoopalapally in Warangal, four from Jindal Power Limited for its O P Jindal Super Thermal Power Plant at Raigarh in Chattisgarh and two from Madhya Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited for its Malwa Thermal Power Project, besides the two from TNEB. BHEL has fully established state-of-the-art technology for manufacture of thermal sets up to 600 MW rating in the sub critical range and has the capability to manufacture sets up to 1000 MW rating, according to a press release.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:56 pm 
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Massive capacity augmentation at BHEL-Trichy

Tiruchirapalli, Apr 23 : Public sector Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) here is undertaking a massive capacity augumentation scheme for enhancing the annual capacity of the high pressure Boiler Plant (HPBP) 15,000 MW, matching the corporate efforts to increase the annual capacity of BHEL to 20,000 MW by 2011, according to BHEL General Manager (Modernisation) S Karunakaran.

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He said BHEL here had proposed a holistic expansion scheme, including capacity augmentation of boiler and valve shops-Phase III, the overall capacity of fossil boiler, FBC and HRSG, spares business and valve product groups in the next three years.

Mr Karunakaran claimed that the largest-ever investment scheme for boiler shops, under phase-II, at BHEL here at a cost of Rs 731.72 crore to augment the plant's production capacity to 10,000 MW was being implemented and the plant was expected to commence production by May-June this year.

He said out of this huge investment, a sum of Rs 440 crore would be spent towards plant and machineries and the rest on civil and electrical works. Earlier, they used to import machineries from countries like the US, Germany and Japan.

The entire phase II project was expected to be completed by the year-end, he added.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 7:18 am 
In an attempt to tap the market potential for large nuclear power plant applications, BHEL is designing a boiler feed pump for the 700 mw nuclear power plant at Trichy.


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