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Simplex Infrastructures bags Rs 210-cr order

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Mumbai , April 28

Simplex Infrastructures Ltd said it has bagged a project worth Rs 210 crore from Reliance Infrastructure to execute civil and structural works, including works for various plants of Reliance Refinery at Jamnagar, Gujarat.

"Simplex has been associated with plants in this refinery complex for a long time and has been a key player in oil gas & petrochem infrastructure sector," the company said in a news release quoting Mr Amitabh Das Mundhra, Director, Simplex.

The company is executing projects for some of the industrial and infrastructure developers in Gujarat. The order book stands at Rs 4,200 crore and the company is completing orders at the rate of Rs 125 crore per month.

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