PTC India launches tender to provide power management services to Mumbai Port Trust

PTC India has bagged a tender worth Rs 9 crore to provide power management services to Mumbai Port Trust for three years.

Rajib K Mishra, CMD manager of PTC India, said the company won the assignment by outbidding other big players operating in this field. Distribution management services are one of the priority areas for the growth of the consulting business, he added.

In a statement released on Monday, the company said the tender was worth Rs 9 crore.

The offer covers the provision of “technical consultancy services, operation and maintenance of the HV and LV power network, metering and billing of energy systems and consumers to Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) for a period of three years ”.

PTC India has been providing similar power distribution management services to ports and SEZs for 5-6 years.

The company has worked with four major ports: Deenadayal Port (Kandla Port), Mumbai Port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Paradip Port. It also works with the Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh State Industrial Development Companies to provide distribution management services to their SEZs and industrial zones.

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Alan A. Seibert