One of the leading players in the building materials segment, Aparna Enterprises Limited has been awarded a prestigious contract to provide Double Charged Tiles for Airports Authority of India residential quarters being constructed at Trichy and Coimbatore. The contract is received through Teemage Builders Pvt. Ltd. The approximate tender value for this project is INR 60.38 Lakhs.
Through this partnership, Aparna Enterprises will be delivering tiles for area spreading over 1.48 lakh square feet over the course of the next three months. This contract was awarded post excellent performance of Vitero Double Charged tiles in International arrival terminal of Chennai airport. Earlier this year Vitero Double Charged tiles were used in Chennai airport International Terminal (T3). These tiles passed all quality tests and their performance was well appreciated. Based on this performance, Vitero tiles was chosen for the AAI residential quarters in Trichy and Coimbatore.
Speaking on the recently awarded projects, Mr. Ashwin Reddy, Managing Director, Aparna Enterprises Ltd. said “At Aparna Enterprises, we have always been dedicated towards providing quality products and services to our clients and partners. We take pride in being recognized as a trusted building material provider for important government projects. Over the years, we have been successfully delivering to various government undertakings and this partnership is testament to our commitment & hard work. In the past we have catered to many projects by reputed builders and government departments in several cities and we look forward to servicing more entities across the country.”
“Government sector is key focus area for us. The increased focus by the government towards infrastructure development is a positive move and we are confident that it will help us to further strengthen our business in the sector.” added Mr. Ashwin Reddy.
The company has been associated with key government projects for enterprises like Karnataka Railways, Kempegowda International Airport and the DRDO. More demand is expected for various building materials in the recently awarded projects in the coming months as well.