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Jyoti Structures Vs KEC Int. - II

Sep 12, 2008

In the previous article, we had given a brief overview of the two companies in terms of which markets they cater to and how their order books have grown over the past few years. In this article, we will take a look at their income statements over the past few years.

Jyoti Structures Vs KEC Int. - I

Sep 11, 2008

The transmission line segment plays a significant role in power transmission and distribution. In India, the transmission line segment is dominated by four players - Jyoti Structures, KEC International, Kalpataru Power Transmission and L&T.

Kalpataru Power: Financial overview

Apr 17, 2008

In the previous article, we had discussed about the business segments of Kalpataru Power Transmission (KPT). In this article on the company, we will take a look at its financial performance over the past few years. As KPT acquired JMC Projects in early 2007, we will, for this article, analyse KPT's standalone figures.

Kalpataru Power: Brief overview

Apr 8, 2008

Incorporated in 1981, Kalpataru Power Transmission (KPT) is one of India’s leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies providing services to the power transmission sector. KPT has its manufacturing facility in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The promoter of this firm (63% stake) is the Kalpataru Group, a Mumbai based real estate and property development organisation. Over the years, KPT has diversified its business by way of entering businesses like real estate, pipelines, rural elec

Kalpataru Power's net decline 5.3%

Jan 29, 2000

Kalpataru Power has witnessed an erosion in its bottomline during the quarter ended 31st December 1999. The company has recorded a rise in expenditure resulting in thinner margins. However the decline in interest expenditure has limited the drop in the net profits.


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