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L&T gets Rs 380-cr NTPC order

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Mumbai, Aug 23

Larsen & Toubro has won a Rs 380-crore order from National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd for a coal-handling plant.

The plant will be located at NTPC's Barh Super Thermal Power Station near Patna and is for Stage-1 of the power station.

The Barh coal-handling plant is a greenfield project and will be completed within 43 months from August 2006. The Engineer, Procure and Construct contract includes design, manufacture, supply, erection, testing and commissioning of the coal-handling plant. It also includes civil structural, electrical and instrumentation work.

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