Award-Winning Solution for Tunnelling Operations ElectroMech bags the ‘Manufacturing Today’ award for ‘Excellence in Innovation’ in the SME category
ElectroMech is proud to have been awarded for our innovative solution provided to Unity IVRCL for the Mumbai water supply project under the government’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).
ElectroMech, India’s largest industrial crane manufacturer and customised material handling solutions provider, has been awarded the ‘Excellence in Innovation’ award in the SME category for its specialised Tunnel Mucking System, by ‘Manufacturing Today’. The glittering award ceremony was held at the Westin Hotel, Pune in the presence of prominent personalities from the construction, infrastructure and real estate sectors. Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Tushar Mehendale, Managing Director, ElectroMech said, “We are very pleased to receive the award for our path-breaking innovation. This award testifies that we continue to align our innovation approach to meet our customer expectations. This unique Tunnel Mucking System is a boon for projects which require rapid removal of overburden from tunnelling or shaft excavation and has its own benefits as a special purpose crane. We will remain committed to our customers and continue to offer the best products.”
ElectroMech’s clients for its high-speed, high-lift Tunnel Mucking Systems include several leading infrastructure majors such as Gammon, HCC, Unity, Patel Engineering and IVRCL on sites in India and across the globe.
ElectroMech’s unique Tunnel Mucking System has proved to be an innovation in various critical projects for rapid removal of overburden from tunnelling or shaft excavation. The recent installations for the Mumbai water supply project involved ElectroMech’s tunnel mucking crane under the government’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). The INR 2235 crore project was divided into two parts. The construction work of this prestigious project was awarded to two construction majors namely, Soma Construction Company for Phase I (Gundovali to Thane) and to a Joint Venture of Unity Infraprojects Ltd. and IVRCL Ltd. for Phase II (Thane to Bhandup). Interestingly, ElectroMech supplied tunnel mucking cranes to both the companies, thus playing a crucial role in BMC’s ambitious 24×7 water supply project.