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As the Indian economy races to become a global force to reckon with, the wind beneath its sails will need to be powered by infrastructure development. Obviously, the business opportunity is immense, but that is not the extent of the challenge. The time is here for the Navayuga Group to make positive social impacts for the nation on scales larger than ever before. Progress for all and national empowerment have been the cornerstones of the Group’s belief system from the start. We began by building components for ports when the first call for maritime development was made in the nineteen eighties, and now we are building a network of ports to support the frenetic push that is needed in the current scenario. The above, a clear indication that our growth has been in line with needs of the nation. On other fronts, the Group is rising to meet the power targets set by the 11th five year plan of 78,577 MW. Our stables will bring out in excess of 6000 MW shortly.In the meanwhile Navayuga will blaze on in the IT/ITES front which has been a key driver of economic prosperity for the countrymen.

With its eyes set firmly on tomorrow, Navayuga is once again at the forefront of “engineering the new era”. A key player in successful execution of Delhi Metro and ongoing works in Bangalore metro, Navayuga knows that foresight is critical. Its R&D divisions are working at exciting new experiments to ensure it remains at the top of the heap in transportation engineering solutions. In other spheres as well, technologies and inventions developed inhouse are in the process of being patented.

I am happy to report that Navayuga remains the undisputed leader in foundation engineering in the country and will soon emerge trumps in the Middle East as well. Our equipment arsenal remains the strongest in India, and enviable even by world standards.

In sum, Navayuga is ready. It is guided by a strong value system, and directed by a dedicated brilliant team of engineers on site, and off it. Its vision for the future will take it through new journeys of successes and inspired challenges.




"Over 90 percent of volume and 70 percent of India’s trade is through maritime transport. And the volumes and trade are both on a sharp upward swing Navayuga’s KPCL will be the largest private port in the country, and a strategic gateway to the South East"


"In India the electricity market could be around Rs1.8 trillion"


"Delhi Metro’s largest station - Pragati Maidan – can accommodate 2 lakh passengers at a time. It comes from Navayuga’s stables"



 
 
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