Zetwerk pockets Rs 126 cr order from L&T for high-speed train project

Contract manufacturing startup Zetwerk Manufacturing Businesses has placed an order worth Rs 126.55 crore of L&T for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail (MAHSR) project, the company announced on Thursday.

The startup will supply 10,000 metric ton (MT) fabricated beams to support the bearing capacity of the steel bridges that Larsen & Toubro is fabricating for the laying of the high-speed rail corridor. “Zetwerk Manufacturing Businesses has been awarded a Letter of Intent (LoI) for an order worth Rs 126.55 crore by L&T Ltd for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail (MAHSR) project,” the start said. -up in a statement.

In accordance with the Letter of Intent, the MAHSR high-speed rail project is executed by the National High-Speed ​​Rail Corporation Ltd. “Zetwerk is proud to be associated with the high-speed train project and will strive to fully deliver on its commitment on schedule. India is on the cusp of a major manufacturing revolution and we are honored to be able to play an active role in building these capabilities and supporting the government’s development vision,’ said Zetwerk co-founder, Vishal Chaudhary, in the press release. Larsen & Toubro – IHI Infrastructure Systems Consortium will fabricate and transport 28 steel truss bridges (approximately 70,000 MT) on the 508 km long MAHSR high-speed rail project, which will connect Mumbai and Ahmedabad via 12 stations at a cost of Rs 1.1 lakh crore. The high-speed train will cover a distance of 508 km in 2 hours and 7 minutes with a maximum operational speed of 320 km per hour, according to the statement. The MAHSR Corridor is the first high-speed rail corridor being implemented among the 12 planned high-speed rail corridors in India. The execution period of the order foresees that the project will be completed by 2023.

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