Hyderabad-based MIC Electronics has won an order for supply of light-emitting diode (LED) screens for Commonwealth Games 2010, which are to be held from 3rd October to 14th October at New Delhi. The company was awarded the contract by Pico, one of the world's major marketing service providers, which is the event management company for the Commonwealth Games.
A total of 19 LED screens will be installed at the stadiums, of which 12 will be of 600 sq ft area. The remaining seven will have a smaller area of 150 sq ft each.
Under the contract, MIC will install about 8,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor screens at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium and Srifort stadium. The rental income from these screens will be Rs8.56 crore.
On Wednesday, MIC Electronics shares ended 0.79% up at Rs38 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.25% up at 16,657 points.
Bhubaneswar-based ARSS Infrastructure Projects Ltd has received an order from RITES Ltd, Nagpur worth Rs114.49 crore.
The company is engaged in the business of construction activities in India. It undertakes construction of railway infrastructure, roads, highways, bridges and irrigation projects.
On Wednesday, ARSS Infrastructure's shares ended 5.02% up at Rs1,120 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.25% up at 16,657 points.
Aurionpro Solutions Ltd, through its wholly owned subsidiary E2E Infotech Ltd, has entered a global partner agreement with CameronTec.
Headquartered in Mumbai, Aurionpro Solutions is a leading banking products and services company and CameronTec is the financial industry's leading provider of financial information exchange (FIX) infrastructure and connectivity solutions. The terms of the agreement also give E2E Infotech Ltd specific CameronFIX reseller rights for the Middle East and India. This new alliance will bolster coverage in key emerging markets and complement core professional services for CameronFIX, the engine universally regarded as the reference standard for reliable, mature FIX applications. E2E Infotech Ltd is currently participating with large CameronFIX installations in Europe and Asia Pacific.
On Wednesday, Aurionpro Solutions' shares ended 1.65% down at Rs259 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.25% up at 16,657 points.