BHEL Haridwar





BHEL or the Bharat Heavy Engineering Limited is one of the largest engineering and manufacturing organizations in the country and the BHEL, Haridwar is their gift to Uttaranchal. With two large manufacturing plants, BHEL in Haridwar is among the leading industrial organizations in the state. It has established a Heavy Electrical Equipment Plant or HEEP and a Central Foundry Forge Plant or CFFP in Haridwar.

The Heavy Electrical Equipment Plant in Haridwar designs and manufactures turbo generators, AC and DC motors, gas turbines and huge steams. The Central Foundry Forge Plant in Haridwar deals with steel castings and manufacturing of steel forgings.

The BHEL plants in Haridwar have earned the ISO - 9001 and 9002 certificates for its high quality and maintenance. These two units have also earned the ISO - 14001 certificates. Situate in Ranipur near Haridwar, the Bharat Heavy Engineering Limited employs over 8,000 people.





Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

     


     

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