Praj Industries bags Rs 226.90 cr order from Indian Oil Corporation

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 01-01-2021 13:24 IST | Created: 01-01-2021 12:56 IST
Praj Industries bags Rs 226.90 cr order from Indian Oil Corporation
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Industrial biotechnology company Praj Industries on Friday said it has bagged a Rs 226.90 crore order from Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL)

In a regulatory filing the company said the Rs 226.90 crore order from Indian Oil Corporation is for ''execution of zero liquid discharge system - water treatment package and waste water treatment package of Acrylic/Oxo-Alcohol Project at IOCL Dumad, Gujarat''

Shares of Praj Industries were trading 5.07 per cent higher at Rs 121.30 apiece on BSE.

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