Hartek Power Thursday said it has bagged an order from the Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) to augment an extra high-voltage 400-KV substation project spread over three states including Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan.
The scope of the project, which is scheduled for completion by February 2020, entails complete execution of the substation package involving conversion of fixed line reactors into switchable line reactors with the purpose of curtailing outages.
Under this PGCIL project, Hartek Power will convert fixed line reactors to switchable line reactors so that these devices can be optimally used to curtail line outages at 400-KV substations located in Ballia and Sohawal in Uttar Pradesh, Kankroli in Rajasthan and Abdullapur in Haryana. ****************** Pitstop to skill, onboard 60,000 auto mechanics *
Independent doorstep car service and repairs provider Pitstop Thursday announced that it is planning to skill and onboard 60,000 auto mechanics over the next five years in India.
The company will skill 60,000 auto mechanics pan-India within the next five years, and onboard them in new cities as it expands its presence in the country, Pitstop CEO and founder Mihir Mohan said. added. ******************* Max Life, New York Life to launch knowledge, leadership prog *
Max Life Insurance (Max Life Company) Thursday has announced a 'knowledge partnership' with former executives of New York Life to help further strengthen its agency channel in India.
As part of this partnership, Max Life is partnering with former executives of New York Life to share insights and best practices to help Max Life drive efficiency in agency distribution, a release said here.
This consultancy team will work alongside Max Life management and will also create a co-branded knowledge and leadership programme, which will be jointly developed by Max Life and the consultancy team.
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