Suzlon Energy Ltd said its China-based subsidiary Suzlon Energy (Tianjin) Ltd won a 48.3MW order from a wind power producer. No financial details were provided.
The contract includes 23 sets of S88 (LTV-50Hz) turbines with a rated power of 2.1 MW. The turbines will be delivered in FY 2010-11 to the wind farm in Inner Mongolia, Suzlon said in a regulatory filing.
On Friday, Suzlon Energy shares ended 0.2% up at Rs57 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.9% down at 17,574 points.
Bangalore-based GMR Infrastructure Ltd said its consortium with Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) won a bid to build, operate, modernise and expand the Male International Airport (MIA) in Maldives. No financial details were provided.
MIA includes the sea-plane port. The mandate is for the next 25 years. The Maldives government had invited three parties, namely, Aeroport De Paris, France-TAV, Turkey consortium; Zurich Airport-GVK consortium and the GMR-MAHB consortium to take part in the bid process.
On Friday, GMR Infrastructure shares ended 0.5% up at Rs57 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.9% down at 17,574 points.
Mobile Tele Communications Ltd said it signed an agreement with Israel-based remote video monitoring and surveillance (RVMaS) services provider NeoVSP to launch the video surveillance service in India.
No financial details were provided but Mobile Tele said it expects to connect 1 lakh customers across India over next three years with the technology on monthly subscription.
On Friday, Mobile Tele Communications shares ended 4.8% higher at Rs5 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.9% down at 17,574 points.