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Triveni Engineering and Industries Ltd (TREI.NS)

TREI.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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India's Triveni Engineering June-Qtr Consol Net Profit Falls
Wednesday, 1 Aug 2018 

Aug 1 (Reuters) - Triveni Engineering and Industries Ltd ::RE-APPOINTMENT OF TARUN SAWHNEY AS MANAGING DIRECTOR FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS.JUNE QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 371.2 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS 605.4 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.JUNE QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 7.07 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 8.44 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.  Full Article

India's Triveni Engineering & Industries Posts March Quarter Loss
Thursday, 24 May 2018 

May 24 (Reuters) - Triveni Engineering and Industries Ltd ::MARCH QUARTER LOSS 1.10 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT OF 572.6 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.MARCH QUARTER REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 7.35 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 9.38 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.APPROVED INTERIM DIVIDEND OF 0.25 RUPEES PER SHARE.APPROVED PROPOSAL FOR SETTING UP MOLASSES BASED 160 KLPD DISTILLERY AT CO'S SUGAR UNIT AT SABITGARH.APPROVED PROPOSAL FOR INCORPORATION OF UNIT AS SPV FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT WORTH ABOUT 4.38 BILLION RUPEES.APPROVED PROPOSAL FOR PUTTING UP INCINERATION BOILER AT EXISTING DISTILLERY AT MUZAFFARNAGAR.  Full Article

India's Triveni Engineering & Industries Sept-qtr consol profit rises
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - Triveni Engineering & Industries Ltd ::Sept quarter consol profit 1.01 billion rupees versus 679.2 million rupees year ago.Sept quarter consol revenue from operations 10.61 billion rupees versus 6.76 billion rupees year ago.  Full Article

India sugar output to sour further on scanty rains -trade official

KARAD, India, Nov 14 India is likely to produce 7.4 percent less sugar than forecast earlier as mills are reporting a sharp drop in sugar cane yields due to a drought and white grub infestations in key growing areas, a senior industry official told Reuters.