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Construction : Cover Story | November 2018 | Source : CW-India

Winners | Top Challengers 2017-18

Action Construction Equipment
With a presence in all major infrastructure, construction, heavy engineering and industrial projects across the country, Action Construction Equipment expects a revenue growth of over 25 per cent and is fully geared with a wide range of products to cater to customer requirements.

BEML achieved the highest ever sales turnover, registering a growth of 30 per cent over the previous year. Its commendable performance across businesses has helped the company register a three-figure profit after a gap of four years.

Dilip Buildcon
One of the best project executers in the country, Dilip buildcon has developed EPC capabilities in bridges and flyovers, irrigation, mining and urban development. It¦s prudent bidding strategy and tight execution leads to project completion ahead of schedule.

Everest Industries
For FY19, Everest remains focused on profitable growth. Incorporated in 1934, the company has a rich history in manufacturing of building materials and pre-engineered steel buildings.

Gallantt Ispat
Gallantt Ispat's expansion plan with low debt has been a key decision that has enabled the company to be competitive at all times and increase turnover and profitability substantially.

With a brand sales turnover of around Rs.80 billion, Kamdhenu specialises in steel, paints and allied products; the company follows a franchisee model for its steel business and has a committed chain of over 10,500 dealers and distributors in India. 

KNR Constructions
KNRCL has bagged five HAM projects with a bid project cost of over Rs.56 billion in 2017-18. The total EPC order book as on March 31, 2018, stood at Rs.63 million.

Kolte-Patil Developers

Pune-based Kolte-Patil has developed and constructed over 50 projects covering a saleable area of ~15 million sq ft. The company is also expanding its presence in Bengaluru and Mumbai.

PSP Projects 
PSP Projects has shown consistent and steady growth of around 35-40 per cent. The company would be happy to achieve the same going forward, which can take its turnover to Rs.20 billion in the coming three financial years.

Steel Authority of India
Celebrating its 60th year of production this year, SAIL is aiming at a growth rate of 10 per cent in volumes every year. The company has plans to considerably increase the share of its value-added products.

Tata Steel
Tata Steel has been in the steel business for over 110 years. The company has commenced work in India to be recognised as among the few leading technology companies in the space of alternate or new materials.

Welspun Enterprises 

The company's target is to double its revenue every year for the next two years to reach above R40 billion in FY19-20.

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