L&T showcases its EPC strength at WETEX Dubai 2018
The $18bn conglomerate operates from over 30 countries and the company is also ranked among the world's top 30 contractors
Larsen & Toubro (L&T), a leading technology, engineering and construction conglomerate in India is showcasing its EPC edge in infrastructure development at the WETEX 2018 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Mr. T. Madhavadas, Senior Vice President & Head, Power Transmission & Distribution (PT&D), Larsen & Toubro said: “As one of the major players in the EPC space, L&T is proud to have been associated with WETEX since 2016 as it brings together important developers from across the globe and also provides a perfect platform to interact and exchange ideas.”
“The three-day international event also presents us an opportunity to showcase our track record and capabilities, reaffirm our commitment towards the UAE region and reinforce ties with our major stake holders,” he added.
L&T stall, located in Zabeel Hall 1, illustrates the strength of L&T across domains. The company has established a strong presence in the Middle East’s construction, power-transmission, infrastructure, hydrocarbon sectors over the past four decades.
The $18bn conglomerate operates from over 30 countries and the company is also ranked among the world's top 30 contractors. The capabilities of the construction arm of L&T span the entire gamut of construction - civil, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation engineering - and its services extend to all core sector industries and infrastructure projects.
L&T Construction straddles distinct business verticals – heavy civil infrastructure, power transmission & distribution, transport infrastructure, water & smart world communication and buildings & factories.L
&T which is ranked among world’s best employers by Forbes in 2018, has a strong track record of executing prestigious and challenging mega projects successfully and delivering on time.
In the GCC itself, L&T has an enviable track record of executing projects of 2118 km lanes of roads, 55 km of metros, 33.4 km tunnels, 1.45 million square meter of pavements for airports and over 210 substations of various capacities.