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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:54 pm 
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Self sufficiency in N-reactors needed


March 10: India is aiming at self sufficiency in all types of nuclear reactors, however, the country is yet to be self sufficient in Light Water Pressure Reactors and is dependent on imports.
Dr Anil Kakodkar, chairman of nuclear energy commission, said this while flagging-off a 25-metric ton special forging manufactured by the Ranchi-based Heavy Engineering Corporation (HEC). HEC has manufactured this special forging for light water reactors and the machine has been manufactured for delivery in BHEL’s Trichy site.

“India is self sufficient in many aspects but it has to be self sufficient in the light water pressure reactors and nuclear reactors too. We cannot depend on imports for long. Special forgings like the one prepared by HEC is a step forward towards self dependency in setting up indigenous nuclear reactors,” said Dr Kakodkar


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:31 pm 
திருச்சி, மார்ச் 5: திருச்சி பெல் நிறுவனம் அடுத்த நிதியாண்டில் 6.28 லட்சம் டன் உற்பத்தி செய்யும் என்று பாதுகாப்பு மேலாண்மை த்துறை பொது மேலாளர் நயினார் தெரிவித்தார்.

பாதுகாப்பு மேலாண்மை துறை பொதுமேலாளர் நயினார் பேசுகையில், பெல் நிறுவனம் ஒவ்வொரு ஆண்டும் தனது உற்பத்தி இலக்கை அதிகரித்து வருகிறது. அடுத்த நிதியாண்டில் 6.28 லட்சம் டன்கள் உற்பத்தி செய்யும். இதில் ஒரு லட்சத்து 65 ஆயிரம் டன்கள் பெல் தொழிற்சாலைகளுக்கானது. இவ்வளவு அதிகமான உற்பத்தியாக இருந்தாலும் அது பாதுகாப்புடன் கூடிய உற்பத்தியாக இருக்க வேண்டும்.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:08 am 
BHEL to invest Rs.2,500 Million to set up manufacturing Plant at Tirumayam in TN

Sh. P. Chidambaram, Union Minister for Home Affairs lays Foundation Stone for the new unit.

As part of its manufacturing capacity expansion programme, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is setting up a new manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu. The new unit is being set up by BHEL at an initial investment of Rs.2,500 Million and the project will be funded through internal accruals.

To be set up at in Tirumayam in Pudukottai district of Tamil Nadu, the plant is expected to provide direct employment to about 750 persons and indirect employment to nearly 3,000 people.
The foundation stone for the new unit was laid by the Hon’ble Union Minister for Home Affairs, Sh. P. Chidambaram in the presence of Sh. Rm. Subburam, MLA, Tirumayam, Ms. Reeta Harish Thakkar, District Collector, Pudukottai, Mr. K. Ravi Kumar, Chairman & Managing Director, BHEL, Directors on the Board of BHEL and other dignitaries.

In his address, Sh. P. Chidambaram lauded BHEL’s plan to expand its manufacturing capacity from the present 10,000 MW per annum to 20,000 MW by 2011. He said that it was a gift for the people of Pudukottai district to have a unit of BHEL being set up there, adding that even during recession; BHEL is on a growth path. Explaining his government’s approach, the Minister said it was not philosophies that decided the government’s decisions, but realities and ‘one should not underestimate the public sector’s strengths’. ‘In whatever field an investor is willing to put his money, we should welcome it’, he said. The Minister observed that the Indian economy should shift from about 60 per cent dependence on agricultural economy to higher dependence on industrial and service sectors.

In his welcome address, Mr. K. Ravi Kumar, CMD, BHEL, said that the plant would initially produce about 25,000 MT of boiler components. He expected the new plant to give indirect employment to more than 3,000 locals and achieve an annual turnover of about Rs.5,000 Million. Explaining the rationale behind selection of the site, he said that the site was chosen because of its proximity to the company’s Tiruchirappalli plant. The need for a new plant arose because of the huge production capacities required to meet the national power targets during the 11th and 12th plan periods.

BHEL has been committed to the nation’s power development programme and has reaffirmed its commitment to the Indian Power Sector by equipping itself for the future, by way of technology, facilities and trained manpower to meet the country’s power forecast for the 11th Plan and beyond. For this, the company has already enhanced its manufacturing capacity to 10,000 MW per annum and is further augmenting it to 15,000 MW per annum by December, 2009 and to 20,000 MW per annum by December, 2011.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:13 pm 
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has got orders worth about 100 billion rupees from NTPC and coal miner and power generator Neyveli Lignite Corp Ltd, its chairman said on Tuesday.

Its chairman Ravi Kumar told Reuters the state-run power equipment maker has got orders worth up to 60 billion rupees for five units of state-run power generator NTPC.

Ravikumar said Neyveli Lignite has also placed an order worth 32 billion rupees.

Kumar said BHEL also expects 600 million rupees revenue in 2009/10 from a joint venture signed on Tuesday to make products for railways and industries.

"Next year we're planning a turnover of 600 million rupees" he told reporters.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:01 pm 
The Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Raghunath Jha took stock of the expansion activities of the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Tiruchi, during his recent visit. Accompanied by S.K. Jha, a senior official in the Ministry, Mr. Raghunath went around the production facilities and new expansion shops.

The Executive Director of BHEL, Tiruchi, V. Ananthakrishnan and senior officials apprised the Minister of the progress being made on various fronts.

Impressed by the manufacturing facilities, Mr. Raghunath appreciated the employees for their enthusiasm in making the ‘Navaratna’ company the ‘Pride of India’.

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TIRUCHI: Projects worth Rs. 1,000 crore are being undertaken in the areas of Valves, Advanced Technology Products, Welding Research Institute, Seamless Steel Tube Plant, Coal Research and modernisation of shop floors under the second phase of expansion in BHEL, Tiruchi, Executive Director V. Ananthakrishnan said on Monday.

Delivering the Republic Day address at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in BHEL Township after unfurling the national tricolour and taking the salute of security personnel, Mr. Ananthakrishnan said that huge orders would see BHEL through the economic upheavals. As on date, BHEL, Tiruchi, had orders worth Rs. 2,200 crore, he said.

On capacity augmentation schemes being implemented by BHEL to meet the country’s ambitious power addition programmes, he said manufacturing capacity will go up to 15,000 MW in the second phase.

Approvals are awaited for augmenting the capacity to 20,000 MW under the third phase of expansion, he said, adding that in addition to the recruitment of skilled artisans and supervisor trainees and induction of engineer trainees in four phases, 500 more artisans would be recruited soon in BHEL, Tiruchi.

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Taking pride in BHEL’s in-house Research and Development, Mr. Ananthakrishnan said that the recent inauguration of the Once-through Supercritical Test Facility, the sixth in the world, was a shot in the arm for the country’s technical advancement efforts.

He hoped to replicate the achievement in high technology products and Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle.

Mr. Ananthakrishnan presented awards to outstanding employees on the occasion which was marked by a colourful pageantry presented by students of schools in the township.


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