L&T showcases its strengths at Saudi ELENEX

L&T showcases its strengths at Saudi ELENEX

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L&T team at Saudi ELENEX. — courtesy photo
L&T team at Saudi ELENEX. — courtesy photo

LARSEN & Toubro (L&T)’s Power Transmission & Distribution (PT&D) team successfully showcased its multi-dimensional EPC capabilities in power, infrastructure and renewable energy at “Saudi ELENEX” which was held recently at Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center.

The three-day show, which attracted over 112 companies from 12 countries, covered panel discussions, presentations and plenary sessions on power transmission, distribution and renewable energy.

During the show, L&T displayed its strength in all domains of power transmission & distribution with specific emphasis on power transmission and renewable energy projects executed across India, Saudi and GCC, highlighting its role as a major EPC player.

S.L. Mahajan, vice president & head – PT&D Saudi Arabia, Tauqeer Mohammed, head contracts (substation) and other key team members in Saudi Arabia briefed the visitors at the stall. Senior officials from reputable establishments in KSA and GCC countries, including Eng. Mansour Bin Abdulrahman Al-Qahtani, executive vice president, Saudi Electricity Company visited L&T’s stall. The team’s presentation and track record won them appreciation from all quarters.

Saudi ELENEX is a trade exhibition for the power, solar and lighting industries and is held under the patronage of the Ministry of Water and Electricity, KSA.

Larsen & Toubro is an Indian multinational engaged in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services with USD 16 billion in revenue. It operates in over 30 countries worldwide. L&T’s Power Transmission & Distribution business is a leading EPC player in the field of T&D business offering integrated solutions and end-to-end services. On the renewable energy side, the business provides turnkey EPC services for projects on photovoltaic and concentrated solar power plants. — SG

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