KPIL Gets New Orders worth Rs 2,995 Crores

KPIL secures ₹2,995 Crores in new orders, bolstering growth prospects in international Transmission & Distribution sectors and domestic Building & Factories segments.

by Damodharan N

Updated Jul 11, 2024

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KPIL Gets New Orders worth Rs 2,995 Crores

Kalpataru Projects International Limited (KPIL), a prominent player in the Engineering & Construction sector in India, has announced securing new orders amounting to ₹ 2,995 Crores. This includes contracts in Transmission & Distribution (T&D) sectors across international markets, an EPC order in the Water business through joint ventures, and significant orders in the Buildings & Factories (B&F) segment within India.

Manish Mohnot, the Managing Director & CEO of KPIL, expressed satisfaction with these developments, highlighting that the influx of orders in the T&D sector underscores their optimism in its growth potential. He emphasized that these orders, coupled with existing projects, strengthen KPIL's order book, providing robust visibility for future growth.

With a cumulative order intake of ₹ 6,178 Crores in the ongoing financial year, KPIL remains confident in achieving targeted growth, buoyed by a diversified and robust order pipeline across multiple business verticals.

The strategic expansion into international T&D markets and consolidation in domestic sectors like Water and B&F are poised to bolster KPIL's market presence and revenue streams moving forward.

Read the full Announcement Here 

Market Reaction

The data provided for the first hour of market opening of KPIL shares about the new announcement on intraday trading on NSE:

From 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM on the NSE, KPIL opened at 1400 and showed initial volatility, fluctuating between 1388.45 and 1408.7. After early fluctuations from 1390 to 1408.7, it settled around 1398 to 1402.5.

There was a brief dip to 1390 at 09:04:02. Towards 10:00 AM, it stabilized around 1397.95 to 1407.95. The market continued to fluctuate between 1370 and 1385.5 in subsequent minutes, showing varying levels of volatility and intermittent stability.

So this announcement on an intraday trading basis has not made a significant dent in the price fluctuations of the company from the data it shows. 

Watch the Live share price on NSE Here

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Kalpataru Projects International Limited (KPIL) is a prominent EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) company known for its expertise in diverse sectors including Power Transmission & Distribution, Buildings & Factories, Water Supply & Irrigation, Railways, Oil & Gas Pipelines, Urban Mobility (Flyovers & Metro Rail), Highways, and Airports.

With a robust presence in over 30 countries and operations spanning more than 70 nations globally, KPIL maintains leadership across its major business segments. The company's success is underpinned by strong organizational capabilities, advanced technical proficiency, and a commitment to top-tier sustainability standards, cementing its position as a leader in the industry.

KPIL Gets New Orders worth Rs 2,995 Crores - FAQs

1. What is KPIL?        

KPIL stands for Kalpataru Projects International Limited, a leading EPC company in India.

2. What new orders has KPIL secured?  

KPIL has secured orders worth ₹2,995 Crores, including contracts in Transmission & Distribution, Water, and Buildings & Factories sectors.

3. Who is Manish Mohnot?  

Manish Mohnot is the Managing Director & CEO of KPIL.

4. What is the total order intake for KPIL this financial year?        

KPIL's cumulative order intake this financial year is ₹6,178 Crores.

5. What sectors does KPIL operate in?  

KPIL operates in sectors such as Power Transmission & Distribution, Buildings & Factories, Water Supply & Irrigation, Railways, Oil & Gas Pipelines, Urban Mobility, Highways, and Airports.

6. How many countries does KPIL operate in?  

KPIL operates in over 30 countries globally.

7. What is KPIL's market strategy moving forward?  

KPIL aims to expand in international Transmission & Distribution markets while consolidating its presence in domestic Water and Buildings & Factories sectors.

8. What was KPIL's share price at market open?  

KPIL opened at ₹1400 per share on the NSE.

9. How did KPIL's share price fluctuate in the first hour of trading?  

KPIL's share price fluctuated between ₹1388.45 and ₹1408.7 in the first hour of trading.

10. What was the market reaction to KPIL's announcement during intraday trading?  

The announcement did not significantly impact KPIL's share price, which showed volatility and intermittent stability during intraday trading.

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