| | | |BHEL, ranking among the major power plant equipment suppliers in the world, is one of the largest exporters of engineering products & services | | |from India. Over the years, has established its references in around 60 countries of the world, ranging from the United States in the West to | | |New Zealand in the Far East. | | |BHELs export range covers individual products to complete Power Stations, Turnkey Contracts for Power Plants, EPC Contracts, HV/EHV | | |Sub-stations, O&M Services for familiar technologies, Specialized after-market services like Residual Life Assessment (RLA) studies and | | |Retrofitting, Refurbishing & Overhauling, and supplies to manufacturers & EPC contractors. | | |BHEL has assimilated and updated/adopted the state-of-the-art-technologies in the Power and Industrial equipment sectors acquired from world | | |leaders. BHEL has successfully undertaken turkey projects on its own and possesses the requisite flexibility to interface and complement | | |international companies for large projects, and has also exhibited adaptability by manufacturing and supplying intermediate products to the | | |design of other manufacturers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). | | | | | |The success in the area of rehabilitation and life extension of power projects has established BHEL as a reliable alternative to the OEMs for | | |such power plants. BHEL-EDN has the core competence in offering comprehensive solutions to the varied needs of the customers across the globe. | | |The countries where BHEL-EDN manufactured the equipments/systems have been in operation or under supply are Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, | | |China, Cyprus, Germany, Ghana, Indonesia, Iraq, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malaysia ,Malta, Mauritius, Nepal, New Zealand, Oman ,Saudi Arabia, Poland, | | |Srilanka, Tanzania, Thailand, USA, Syria, Sweden, etc.BHEL-EDN has the core competence in offering comprehensive solutions to be varied needs | | |of customers across the globe. The countries where BHEL-EDN Manufactured equipments/systems have been in operation or under supply are | | |depicted. With a view to bring world-class technologies from World leaders to India clients, BHEL-EDN has over the years entered into strategic| | |alliances with many international giants and sourced technologies from them. | | |INDIAN SCENARIO | | | | |
The principle aims of public sector in India were to gain control of the commanding strides of the economy, to promote critical development in term of social gains or strategic value rather than primarily on consideration of profit and to provide some surplus. The public sector was expected to serve page setter, a model growth in research and development, customer and public service, labour relation, opening of new areas, making profit for self sustaining growth and for rebuilding of sick units.
The objective of promoting development in terms of social gains of strategic values especially with regards to the development of...
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