Comansa Jie's engineering and after sales teams, with the support of its agent in India ECEL, supervised the erection and commissioning of the first three cranes for BGR Energy Systems Ltd in India. This company, focused on engineering and construction of Power Projects, is the first client of Linden Comansa Group in India, and has bought 4 Comansa Jie 21CJ290-18t cranes, manufactured in Hangzhou, China, by Linden Comansa's subsidiary. All the cranes will be used in two power plant projects.
Two of the units, with 18 tonnes of maximum load and Flat-Top design, have been erected at the Kalisindh plant, in the State of Rajasthan (north-east of India, near the border with Pakistan), and the third one has been erected at the Marwa plant, in Chhattisgarh (central India). Comansa Jie will finish the erection and commissioning of the last crane at Marwa plant by end of February.
In each power plant, the Comansa Jie cranes will work on the construction of the cooling towers. The two towers at the Kalisindh plant, with 142 meters of diameter on the base, and a height of 200 meters, will be India's biggest, and one of the world's biggest cooling towers. Marwa's tower will not be very far in that poll, as they will have 115 meters of diameter on the base and a height of 170 meters.
Mr. D. Adinarayana Rao (General Manager of BGR Group's division of Tall Structures for Power Projects) and Mr. K. Kunhikannan (BGR Group's AVP of the project), have already shown satisfaction with the design and performance of the Comansa Jie cranes in both plants, whose budgets add up to an amount of 70.500 million rupees (more than 1.200 million Euros, almost 1.700 million Dollars).