L&T Construction, the construction unit of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has announced that its Buildings & Factories business won an INR29.03bn ($447M) contract for the construction of a residential project in Mumbai [pictured], India.
Singapore-based construction firm KSH Holdings has won a contract from the National University of Singapore [pictured] to construct a research facility.
G-Tech Optoelectronics (GTOC), a subsidiary of the Foxconn Technology Group, has teamed up with Kinestral Technologies to renovate its existing touch panel manufacturing facility in Taiwan in order to support the production of responsive smart-tinting glass Halio.
Lian Beng Construction, a unit of Singapore-based construction group Lian Beng Group, has won a $435M ($307.5M) contract from the Housing & Development Board (HDB) to build a multi-user industrial complex at Defu South area in Singapore.
Knusford Berhad (KB), a Malaysian construction and property firm, and China Railway Dongfang Group Sdn. Bhd. (CRECSB) have secured a $166M contract from ArthaLand to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for its Cebu Exchange project in the Philippines.
German automotive firm Daimler has unveiled plans to build its first passenger car production plant in Russia, entailing an investment of more than €250M.
Elegance Sonata (ESSB), a subsidiary of Gadang Land, has entered into a development rights agreement with Kwasa Development for the development of R3-1 in the Malaysia’s Kwasa Damansara Township [Kuala Lumpur pictured].
Indian construction firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has been selected as the principal contractor for a project to redevelop the Sardar Patel Stadium in Gujarat, India.
Japanese tire manufacturer, Bridgestone, has unveiled plans to build two new manufacturing plants in Thailand.
Tokyo breaks ground on the new $1.5bn national stadium that will serve as the main venue for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Praj Industries has signed agreements with Indian Oil (IOC) and Bharat Petroleum (BPCL) to build bio-ethanol plants in India.
Dongfeng Honda Automobile, an equal stake joint venture between Dongfeng Motor and Honda Motor Company, has unveiled plans to construct a third automobile production plant in China.
Walt Disney Company has signed an agreement with the Hong Kong government to expand and develop its resort in Hong Kong.
Construction has started on the new Guangzhou Infinitus Plaza in Baiyun New Town, Guangzhou, China.
A consortium of companies from China, Italy and Malaysia has secured a MYR1.39bn ($328M) contract for the construction of a high-density polyethylene plant in Johor, Malaysia.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has broken ground on a $485M project to expand its tyre factory in Pulandian, China.The project will boost the plant’s annual capacity by about 5M tyres. Goodyear chairman, CEO and president Richard Kramer said: “This investment in our Pulandian factory speaks to our long-term strategy of pursuing sustainable growth in the Asia Pacific region and increasing Goodyear’s presence in high-value segments of the global tyre market that are growing at rates above the total industry where we can capture the value of our brand.”Work is expected to be complete by 2020.
Evonik Industries has broken ground on its second DL-methionine plant in Singapore.The €500M plant will have a production capacity of 150,000t annually.Evonik sells the amino acid DL-methionine under the MetAmino brand name. The new facility will boost the company’s annual capacity of MetAmino to about 300,000t in Asia, and to about 730,000t across the globe.Evonik Industries chairman of the executive board Klaus Engel said: "Our methionine complex, which came on-stream in late 2014 on Jurong Island, is a success story. This led to our decision to build a second plant next to it."The demand for MetAMINO for animal nutrition is continuing to grow at a very fast rate in Asia."The facility is anticipated to be operational in 2019, and create more than 150 jobs.
Cimic Group company Leighton Asia, through its subsidiary Leighton India Contractors, has secured a contract to deliver the Ten BKC project in Mumbai, India. The 2ha development — to be located in the Bandra Kurla Complex — will feature 40 apartment blocks comprising 937 apartments. Leighton will be responsible for the delivery of structures, mechanical, electrical and plumbing services, finishes and external works. The company’s revenue for the project will be AUD140M ($106.6M).Cimic Group executive chairman and CEO Marcelino Fernandez Verdes said: “This is the second premium project we have secured in the Bandra Kurla Complex, demonstrating Leighton Asia’s track record in the high-end building sector.”The project has already started and is expected to be complete in June 2019.
Radius Group will construct a new warehousing and logistics centre in the Domodedovo district of Moscow, for Auchan Retail Russia.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved $631M in loans and grants to develop the Vishakhapatnam-Chennai industrial corridor in India.