Kridhan Infra Limited Singapore Subsidiary Swee Hong wins Order worth INR 167 crores

Kridhan Infra LimitedKridhan Infra Limited is pleased to announce that its Singapore Subsidiary – Swee Hong Limited (“SHL”), together with its step-down subsidiaries, has successfully secured a contract from the Public Utilities Board worth SG$ 32.5 million (INR 167.6 crores) in aggregate for construction of link sewers for the DTSS Phase 2 Project at Old Choa Chu Kang Road/ Jalan Bahar, in Singapore.

KIL acquired a majority stake in Swee Hong limited in 2016. SHL is a leading EPC company in Singapore, which under KIL leadership and guidance, has had a successful business and financial turnaround. SHL has been able to fast track its legacy projects, which are near completion and has built a robust order book by successfully bidding for new contracts.

About Kridhan Infra

Established in 2006 with headquarters in Mumbai, Kridhan Infra is one of the pioneers in introducing the concept of ready-to-use steel for the construction industry in India. Within a short span of time, KIL expanded its business to Singapore, Myanmar, Malaysia, and other South East Asian countries. The company acquired KH Foges in 2012, the then ninth largest foundation engineering company in Singapore. Using its strong technical acumen in the piling segment, KH Foges is now Singapore’s second largest foundation engineering company. KIL entered the EPC space with the acquisition of Swee
Hong Ltd. – a 50 year old civil construction company in Singapore with several iconic buildings and businesses to its credit. KIL strengthened its India business with the recent acquisition of Vijay Nirman Company. VNC is critically acclaimed as the leading bridgemaker in India with over 30 years of operations. The company has completed over 400 projects and has an
exceptional reputation in civil engineering design and project management. Apart from EPC projects within the roads and bridges segment, affordable housing is a major growth driver for the company and the segment contributes to over 50% of VNC’s orderbook. The company aims to capture a larger share of the mass affordable housing market in Andhra Pradesh using its expertise in Shear Wall Technology.

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