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Welspun Corp bags contracts for supply of 102 KMT of pipes

Mumbai, May 21 (UNI) Welspun Corp on Thursday said that it has been awarded contracts for supply of 102 KMT of pipes.
Out of these orders, 90 KMT (approx.) is for its US facility, including a large order received from one of our very prestigious North American customers for a pipeline to be commissioned in the US.
This demonstrates the confidence that customer has on our technical and executional capabilities for servicing large projects. This also reinforces company's global leadership position in the line pipe business, during such challenging times.
Accordingly, the Company's order book stands at 764 KMT valued at approximately Rs 6,200 Cr, after considering execution up to April 2020.
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