Ramky Infrastructure said on Tuesday, it has bagged orders worth Rs 612.88 crore for road projects in Chhattisgarh and Punjab.
"Ramky Infrastructure Ltd has been awarded projects worth Rs 612.88 crore in the states of Chhattisgarh and Punjab," the company said in a BSE filing.
The company got Rs 263.34 crore order for rehabilitation and upgradation of NH-200 (New NH-49) from 178.94 km to 241.52 km in Chhattisgarh.
Second order, which is of Rs 298.80 crore, is also in Chhattisgarh, for rehabilitation and upgradation of NH-200 (New NH-49) from 241.55 km to 312.60 km.
Ramky also won Rs 50.74 crore order for development and beautification of road/crossing from hall gate to Golden Temple and back to Pink Plaza, Amritsar.
The company's shares were trading 9.43% higher at Rs 71.95 in afternoon trade on BSE.
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