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BHEL's Electrical Machines Shop at Heavy Electrical Plant in Bhopal inaugurated Print E-mail
Written by Viswanath   
Thursday, 21 April 2011
Bhopal: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited's (BHEL) new Electrical Machines Shop at its Heavy Electrical Plant at Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh was dedicated to the nation by Praful Patel, Union Minister for Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises. The new facility has been set up in view of the immense market potential for electric motors.

"In the coming years, I want to see BHEL which is larger in magnitude, innovative, renowned in all business sectors, known for its engineering excellence and well established as a world class engineering enterprise," said Patel.

Congratulating the entire workforce of BHEL for its performance in fiscal 2010-11, the Minister said that the time is not too far when BHEL will be feted with the Maharatna status due to commitment and dedication of its employees.

Regarding international competition he said that there is no need to be scared as long as the product quality is good and all delivery commitments are met.

BHEL is 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, it has already enhanced its manufacturing capacity to 15,000 MW per annum and is further augmenting it to 20,000 MW per annum by March, 2012.

B.P. Rao, CMD, BHEL, Directors on the Board of BHEL and other senior officials of the company were also present on the occasion.

 
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