Toyo bags BASF’s GIR Project contract in India

Toyo bags BASF’s GIR Project contract in India

5:29 AM, 26th July 2012
Toyo bags BASF’s GIR Project contract in India

TOKYO, JAPAN/DAHEJ, INDIA: Toyo India has bagged engineering, procurement and construction- lump sum turnkey (EPC-LSTK) contract for BASF’s GIR Project at Dahej, Gujarat, India. This GIR Project (polyurethane/care chemicals /dispersions plant) includes engineering, procurement, construction, etc on lump sum turnkey basis. This project is scheduled for completion in January 2014. Through this contract, Toyo India is proud to associate itself with BASF’s prestigious project in chemical sector.

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