Bramas, a non-profit association which identifies and supplies raw materials for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) attached to BHELSIA (BHEL Small and Medium Industries Association), has attained a landmark by registering a turnover of Rs 200 crores in the financial year 2017-18.
Bramas, which stands for BHELSIA Raw Material Industrial Service Association, addresses the heavy engineering and fabrication needs of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
The association’s expertise is expected to play a crucial role in supporting industries foraying into defence manufacturing through the proposed defence corridor comprising Trichy and four other cities.
Till 2013, BHEL had been supplying raw materials to fabrication industries that were given orders for thermal power plant components outsourced by the Maharatna firm. Read More
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