L&T bags orders worth Rs 2,004 in March

Engineering firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) today said it bagged orders worth Rs 2,004 crore across various business segments in March.

hidden April 05, 2013 17:01:12 IST
L&T bags orders worth Rs 2,004 in March

Mumbai: Engineering firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) today said it bagged orders worth Rs 2,004 crore across various business segments in March.

LT bags orders worth Rs 2004 in March

The company's construction arm, L&T Construction, has bagged Rs 1,070 crore orders. Reuters

The company's construction arm, L&T Construction, has bagged Rs 1,070 crore orders in its building and factories business for the construction of residential apartments in the southern part of the country, a company statement said. It bagged Rs 389 crore order in power transmission and distribution business for construction of 400 kV and 200 kV transmission lines at various locations across India.

The company also received orders worth Rs 347 crore for its water and renewable energy business for constructing water supply, waste water and sewerage schemes across the country. L&T Construction has also bagged additional orders worth Rs 198 crore for various ongoing projects across other business units, it said.

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