Kolkata, Apr 5: Turnover of eastern region of heavy engineering public-sector unit BHEL increased 24 per cent at Rs 2,700 crore during the financial year 2011-12, a company official said.
“The eastern region of BHEL achieved a turnover of Rs 2,700 crore in 2011-12 against Rs 2,174 crore in the previous fiscal”, executive director of BHEL, eastern region, Rajiv Kumar said.
Gross profit from the region increased 29 per cent in 2011-12 at Rs 157.87 crore compared to Rs 122.15 crore in the previous fiscal, he told reporters here yesterday.
In the next financial year, the targeted turnover is Rs 3,100 crore and gross profit is pegged at Rs 374 crore, Kumar said.
He added in the eastern region, 17,000 MW of capacity addition is under execution in various stages.
During 2011-12, BHEL eastern region had added 2,838 MW of capacity addition, the highest ever, he said.
The cumulative order position in the eastern region of BHEL in 2012-13 and beyond stood at Rs 7,153 crore.
BHEL eastern region was involved in setting up power plants abroad, he said.