NTDC signs contracts with M/s Siemens for uplift of Grid stations Projects

Staff Reporter

National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) has signed three agreements with M/s. Siemens for extension/ augmentation works at its different 220 kV grid stations in KPK, Punjab and Sindh with the cost of Rs. 4.06 billion funded by the World Bank.

A contract signing ceremony was held at a local hotel in Lahore today, wherein MD NTDC Engr. Muhammad Ayub and Managing Director Siemens (Pakistan) Mr. Markus Strohmeier signed the agreements.

While speaking on the occasion MD NTDC said that NTDC is committed to enhance and upgrade its transmission network across the country.

The contracts have been signed with Siemens for design, supply and augmentation works of 220kV Samundari Road and 220kV Gakkhar Grid Station (Punjab) along with extension work at 220kV Daud Khel Grid Station and augmentation work at 220kV Bannu Grid Station (KPK).

Whereas, design, supply and installation of extension works at 220kV Rohri Grid Station and augmentation works will also be carried out at 220 kV Grid station Dharki (Sindh) and 220 kV Bahawalpur Grid station.

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