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McNally Bharat Engineering bags Rs. 330 crore project from SAIL Print E-mail
Written by Ravi   
Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Chennai: McNally Bharat Engineering Company Ltd has been awarded a project worth Rs. 330 crores by Steel Authority of India (SAIL), the country's largest integrated iron & steel producer, to provide a turnkey solution for a New Coal Handling Plant in Coke Oven Battery at Rourkela.

Scope of supply includes equipments like Belt Conveyor, Crusher, Vibrating Feeder, Wagon Tippler with Side arm charger, which would be manufactured by its subsidiary company, McNally Sayaji Engg Ltd.

"This is an extremely important and prestigious project for us. We are privileged to have won the project from SAIL, as it reflects the confidence they have on us. We hope to execute the contract successfully in keeping with our high standards of technical expertise," said Mr. Srinivash Singh, Managing Director, McNally Bharat Engineering Ltd.

McNally Sayaji Engg Ltd (MSEL) has factories at Kumardhubi (Jharkhand), Asansol (West Bengal), Bangalore (Karnataka) and Baroda (Gujarat). MSEL manufactures a wide range of equipment for material handling, including crushers, screens, conveyors, port cranes, pressure vessels and equipment required in steel plants, Mining, Aluminium, Cement & other industries.

McNally Bharat Engineering recently acquired the Coal & Minerals Technology (CMT) Division of KHD Humboldt Wedag having subsidiaries in Germany, South Africa & India. In addition, another subsidiary, MBE Cologne Engg. In Cologne manufactures sophisticated equipment required for cement, steel, power & other sectors as per European standards. The Kharagpur factory of the CMT Division manufactures equipment required for the Coal & Mineral Processing industry.

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