RVNL incorporates Subsidiary Company in South Africa

This has been officially announced through a BSE filing, which signifies RVNL's ambition to leverage its expertise and experience in railway infrastructure development beyond Indian borders.

RVNL incorporates Subsidiary Company in South Africa

New Delhi: The Indian central public sector enterprise Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL), the construction arm of the Ministry of Railways has incorporated a Subsidiary Company in South Africa viz., "RVNL INFRA SOUTH AFRICA".

This has been officially announced through a BSE filing, which signifies RVNL's ambition to leverage its expertise and experience in railway infrastructure development beyond Indian borders.

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What does this South African venture mean for RVNL?

Market expansion: Establishing a presence in South Africa opens up new opportunities for RVNL to participate in tenders and secure projects in a continent ripe with infrastructural demands. Africa's burgeoning economies require robust transportation networks, making it a fertile ground for RVNL's expertise.

Knowledge sharing: The South African subsidiary can act as a platform for knowledge exchange and technical collaboration. RVNL's best practices and technological advancements can be adapted and implemented in African projects, contributing to knowledge transfer and mutual benefit.

Brand building: By successfully venturing into the African market, RVNL strengthens its international reputation as a reliable and skilled railway infrastructure developer. This will not only enhance its competitive edge but also attract potential partnerships and collaborations.

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On the other hand company has emerged as the lowest bidder for the Jabalpur project at Rs 251 crore to supply, installation, testing and commissioning of 11 KV line-associated works. The project has been awarded by M.P. Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Co Ltd and is expected to be completed in 24 months.

RVNL Shares on Focus:

The share price of RVNL ( Rail Vikas Nigam Limited) has surged to hit a 52-week high, gaining across 5 per cent, corresponding to being the lowest bidder of a power transmission project in Madhya Pradesh worth Rs 250 crore. The stock has opened today at a 2.02 per cent gain while crossing the edges at Rs 232,  an inter-day high.
 

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