Current Outstanding Order Book stands at Rs. 1166.41 Crore
Project execution getting back on track post-COVID-19; To clock Rs. 400 cr. turnover by FY 2022
BSE and NSE listed Construction giant, Generic Engineering Construction and Projects Ltd. (539407), w.e.f. 16th February, 2021 amidst a select gathering got listed on The National Stock Exchange (NSE) with bell ringing ceremony. Listing on NSE will benefit the company as it will lead to increased liquidity and trade volumes. . The company has recently bagged new work orders from various institutional projects and various leading international and Indian Corporates. With receipt of above, the total current outstanding order book as on December 2020 stands at Rs. 1166.41 Crore. The company’s credit rating was upgraded from BBB-Stable to BBB Stable by Care Ratings and is sustained maintaining the same in this difficult COVID-19 phase.
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Bell Ringing Ceremony, Mr. Jayesh Rawal, Director; Mr. Manish Patel, MD, and Mr. Tarak Gor, CFO
On the receipt of the orders, Mr. Manish Patel, Managing Director said, “We are delighted with our new work order wins, especially as it comes at a time when the entire construction and real estate sector are passing through very challenging times. We are gradually scaling up our execution, post the graded lifting of lockdown. We expect the work to normalize in second half of this fiscal year. At the same time, to mitigate the issue of shortage of manpower, the company has started bidding for projects in the northern states of India, where the majority of labourers have migrated. We are also aggressively bidding for new projects, especially in the public sector, to build a robust order book, so that we can make up for the revenue lost during the lockdown, in the coming quarters.
Currently, for the company its residential segment (legacy business) contributes about 59.47%, Residential (Govt and Semi Govt) includes 17.76% of the revenue, commercial & industrial segment constitutes 9.19% of revenue, special & Educational projects contribute the 9.01%, while health & leisure contributes the remaining i