Shriram EPC Ltd, along with its associate companies, has received orders worth Rs1,000 crore across various business divisions.
Shriram EPC provides turnkey solutions for thermal power plants, water treatment, renewable energy, cooling towers and material handling.
On Friday, Shriram EPC shares ended 2.1% up at Rs303 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex gained 0.9% to 19,594 points.
Jaihind Projects Ltd said it has received orders worth Rs74.6 crore. The first order, worth Rs64.5 crore, is from GAIL (India) Ltd for laying and construction of spurline in Kochi-Koottanad-Bangalore-Mangalore pipeline project.
The second order, worth Rs10.0 crore, is from Rajkot Municipal Corporation for sewage collective system along with house connection system under Rajkot underground sewerage project phase III part II in Zone -3A.
On Friday, Jaihind Projects shares ended 2.4% up at Rs256 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex gained 0.9% to 19,594 points.
Punj Lloyd Ltd said Dayim Punj Lloyd, a group company in Saudi Arabia, has won a contract from Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia's state oil company. No financial details of the contract were provided.
The contract is for engineering, procurement and construction of offsite pipelines for Saudi Aramco's Yanbu' Export Refinery Project (now named Red Sea Refining Company). The project is being set up on the Western coast of Saudi Arabia along the Red Sea.
The order will be completed around 36 months, said the company in a statement.
On Friday, Punj Lloyd shares ended 1.25% up at Rs117 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex gained 0.9% to 19,594 points.