Hindustan Dorr Oliver Limited has bagged orders worth Rs128 crore from various state-run companies, including a Rs54.64 crore order from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).
The company has bagged an order from NPCIL for supply of critical equipments such as accumulators, tanks, moderators and structures for its Kakrapar atomic power project - unit 3 and 4.
The contract value is worth Rs17.2 crore. These equipments will be manufactured at the company's works at Vatva, Ahmedabad and supplied at site. The completion period is 15 months for unit-3 and 21 months for unit-4, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver said in a release.
The company also bagged a Rs73.9 crore worth order from Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) for their off-site services at their petrochemical complex in Vijaypur, with completion period of 16 months.
Hindustan Dorr-Oliver bagged an order from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL), for their OSBL area of CCR/NHT project at Mahul site in Mumbai. This order is valued at Rs37.3 crore and the completion period is 9 months.
Meanwhile, DavyMarkham Limited, the Sheffield, UK-based subsidiary of Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Limited, also bagged orders worth 11.33 million pounds from their customers - Opinaca Mines (10.437 million pounds), Sheffield Forgemaster Engineering (0.683 million pounds) and Brighton Energy Corp (0.210 million pounds).