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07-Feb2018

Bajaj Electricals bags power distribution project in Zambia

Bajaj Electricals' Engineering & Project Business Unit has bagged a Power Distribution project worth $4,126,587.07, under Lusaka Transmission Distribution Rehabilitation Project (LTDRP) funded by World Bank & European Investment Bank. With the award of the above project, the company is getting entry in the African markets.

The award received from Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO) is for design, supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 132 KV Roma - Lusaka West Overhead Line on Monopoles (20 Kms) on turnkey basis.

Bajaj Electricals is an electrical equipments manufacturing company. It is engaged in the manufacturing of domestic appliances such as water heaters, mixers, food processors, microwave ovens, air coolers, steam & dry irons, etc.



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