A dream project of Road Transport & Highway Minister, Shri. Nitin Gadkari, the 1350-km Delhi-Mumbai Expressway with 8-lane wide controlled access, is connecting Delhi NCR with commercial capital Mumbai.
The Expressway will have wayside amenities at 93 locations, which will include ATMs, hotels, retail shops, charging stations for electric vehicles, and fuel stations. It will also be the first expressway in India to have helipads and fully equipped trauma centres at every 100 km for accident victims.
MKC Infrastructure: Paving India’s Growth
Parsotam Bambhania, Chairman and Arun Bambhania, Managing Director at MKC Infrastructure have lived the dream of paving India’s biggest expressway. This leading construction company is engaged in large scale projects that require specialized construction equipment, enormous resources and experience in the construction of roads, buildings etc. The company has been working in the most difficult terrains and in inaccessible and remote areas, under all climatic conditions, using the latest and most advanced technologies.
MKC Infrastructure and the Alltech Group have a joint mission of paving Package No.17 of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway before its scheduled time, so that they will be ready to pave another package with their high-tech machines and in-depth knowledge of constructing such large and prestigious projects.
Why MKC Infra Chose Alltech Machines
Parsotam Bambhania informs that Alltech, a road construction equipment manufacturer, offers the latest technologies and solutions, based on intensive Research & Development. The reason why MKC Infra chose the high-tech machines of the Alltech Group for paving the prestigious Expressway.
Alltech always strives to add new technologies and innovations so that they can help make India’s infrastructure at par with developed countries. At the same time, the company ensures sustainable and environment-friendly construction.
Alltech’s Innovative UNIBLACK 3000
Alltech has successfully set up their newly introduced UNIBLACK 3000 of 240 TPH capacity to pave PKG.17 of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. The plant has new technologies like the Fibre Dosing System to produce SMA; and a Coal Fire Burner that helps save fuel costs up to 50%.