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Inox Wind Approves Appointment Of Narayan Lodha As CFO
Inox Wind Ltd Received LOI From Adani Green Energy
India's Inox Wind Posts Sept-Qtr Consol Profit
Inox Wind Limited is an integrated wind energy solutions provider. The Company is engaged in the manufacture of Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs). The Company provides Engineering, Procurement and Commissioning (EPC); Operations and Maintenance (O and M), and Common Infrastructure Facilities services for WTGs. The Company offers various products, which include Inox DF 93.3, Inox DF 100 and Inox DF 113. The Company offers various services, which include infrastructure support and capabilities, operations and maintenance, and customer relationship management (CRM). The Company offers wind energy solutions and provides servicing to independent power producer (IPPs), Utilities, Public Sector Undertaking (PSUs), Corporates and Retail Investors. The Company also manufactures Blades and Tubular Towers, and Hubs and Nacelles. The Company has over three manufacturing plants located in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
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Inox Towers, Plot No. 17, Sector - 16A,
Kailash Lal Tarachandani
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Indian shares rose on Monday and were headed for their third session of gain in four, driven by state-run lenders such as State Bank of India (SBI) after the government set up a panel to explore mechanisms for resolving the burgeoning bad debts plaguing the financial sector.
In late June, one of India's top wind power equipment makers, Inox Wind Ltd, was dragged into insolvency courts by a logistics handler over unpaid dues of $88,000. Two weeks on, the matter was settled, with dues paid off.
In late June, one of India's top wind power equipment makers, Inox Wind Ltd <INWN.NS>, was dragged into insolvency courts by a logistics handler over unpaid dues of $88,000. Two weeks on, the matter was settled, with dues paid off.
* Says freezing of account and all other order passed by adjudicating authority taken by IRP have been declared illegal
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