Anupam bags order from Hyundai Engineering, Korea worth Rs 40 million.Anupam has bagged an order from Hyundai Engineering Co (HEC), Korea to supply four cranes and hoists worth Rs 40 million. These specialised cranes will be installed in their geothermal power plant set up by Kenya Electricity Generating Company, Kenya. The geothermal power plant is based at Olkaria, Kenya. Anupam cranes will be used for the critical service and installation of steam turbines, pumps and generators.HEC is an established global premier engineering company in the field of processing plant including oil & gas, LNG facilities, oil refinery and offshore facilities and next generation industry power & energy, environment, SOC and new transportation system. HEC provides full range of service in power & energy industry from consulting and feasibility study to detailed & basic design, procurement, construction, commissioning, supervision, and operation & maintenance.Anupam cranes will be specially designed for the geothermal power station adhering to stringent requirements of HEC. All the iron material of crane will be gilded for preventing the corrosion and all external surfaces of crane and hoist will be resistant to deterioration from ultra-violet light. The fasteners and hardwares will be 316L series of stainless steel. The electronic overload protector will have condition monitoring system which provides safety and prevents the trolley hoist from unexpected breakdowns. This system counts each start and measures the usage of hoist in order to prevent hoist motor from overheating and break wear. All motors will have overheat thermal protection and warning indications. The painting will be of anti corrosive and fully protective of the H2S gas environment. These cranes are designed to specially suit the power plant operations which require precise control of all movements in handling and positioning of large power plant machinery during overhaul periods. Anupam will supply two double girder 40T/10T cranes, two 5T hoists and two single girder 10T cranes. “It is a prestigious and first ever order in geothermal sector for Anupam. We are proud to be a part of this project which would increase three fold the amount of power generated from geothermal sources from the current 150MW to 430MW in Kenya,” says Mehul Patel, Managing Director, Anupam Industries. “We are expecting to deliver these orders by December 2012. This order has reaffirmed our strong position in the power sector.”Anupam holds the largest market share in Indian Power Industry for supplying TG Hall cranes and other customised cranes. More than 60,000 MW of power plants have been installed all over India and globally. Anupam cranes and components are specially designed to meet challenging requirements of critical installations and maintenance at power plants. Offering unmatched performance while assuring safe and reliable operations, Anupam cranes are designed to tackle any challenges, and are equipped with high responsive controls to ensure accurate positioning of heavy loads and equipment.Anupam Industries is the fastest growing “optimised lifting” company which provides international standard cranes for various applications to meet the requirements of core sectors in India and abroad – steel, power, heavy & general engineering, construction, ports, cement, shipyard, fertiliser and petrochemical. Within a span of 39 years it has supplied and commissioned more than 5000 cranes up to 500 T capacity, and the number is steadily growing.