A2Z Infra Engineering today said it has received a contract worth USD 9.43 million (about Rs 60.35 crore) from Tanzania. “A2Z Infra Engineering informs that a contract has been awarded from Rural Energy Agency of the United Republic of Tanzania…,” the company said in a BSE filing.
The work is for “supply and installation of medium and low voltage lines, distribution transformers and connection of customers in Chamwino, Kondoa and Mpwapwa in Dodoma region on turnkey basis under turnkey Phase III at a contract price aggregating to USD 9,429,351 (nine million, four hundred twenty nine thousand, three hundred fifty one only) VAT exclusive,” it added. Read more
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