KPTL is a TRULY GLOBAL company with an international reach and presence, world-class capabilities and capacities, widespread experience and expertise and best-in-class systems, processes and standards. With a footprint spanning 51 countries in 5 continents, the Company today is amongst the leading and largest provider of world-class Transmission and Distribution (T&D) solutions in the world.
- Cambodia 22 KV line of 1890 km in three provinces. Contract value USD 30 Mn.
- Philippines Working from 2005 and almost completed USD 100 Mn worth projects.
- Thailand Using an existing corridor of single circuit, constructed 500 KV Double circuit line of 167 km. Received another project at Phuket.
- Ukraine (CIS) First 750 KV project for KPTL. Line of 345 km single circuit with 5 conductor and Pre- cast foundation. Continued presence in the country with second project valued at USD 17 Mn.
- Armenia (CIS) USD 20 Mn project expected to be completed in 2016.
- Tajikistan (CIS) Successfully completed two lines. Contract Value of Transmission line is USD 24 Mn. Received additional work order for the existing project.
- Algeria Present since 2004. Completed 11 projects with more than 30 lines ranging from 400 KV to 66 KV.
- Congo Successfully completed 400 KV – 277 km line of project value USD 92 Mn. Also, completed rehabilitation of 500 KV HVDC / 230 KV – 2300 km. Currently executing interconnection of 230 KV line from Rwanda to Congo.
- Djibouti Completed Ethiopia – Djibouti Interconnection projects of 132 KV / 66 KV lines which runs about 160 km inside Djibouti.
- Malawi Executing 400 KV line of 173 km and 132 KV / 66 KV line of 192 km including steel pole for 66 km. Total contract value USD 54 Mn.
- Ethiopia Successfully completed Ethiopia – Djibouti Interconnection projects. Also, completed a 640 km of 230 KV line.
- Kenya Present since 2010. Worked on 400 KV HVAC, 500 KVHVDC and Distribution Projects funded by Multilateral Agencies. Currently executing 400 KV and HVDC line..
- S. Africa Completed two 400 KV lines worth – USD 22 Mn – 132 km using cross rope Towers/ Guy Tower.
- Sierra Leone
- Tanzania Completed overhead line portion of Tanzania – Zanzibar interconnection using steel Poles. Presently executing another 250 km of 132 KV line and a 400 KV Tanzania – Kenya 400 KV Interconnection Project in pipeline.
- Uganda Executing a 132 KV 420 km transmission line with project valued over USD 50 Mn.
- Ivory Coast
- Egypt (CIS)
- Rwanda Executing Rwanda – Congo Interconnection Project of 180 km, value USD 30 Mn.
- Botswana Executing 220 KV lines of 160 km. Completed 110 km of OPGW replacement in live line condition.
- Kuwait Executed one of the highest order valued at USD 234 mn, using special Gap Type Conductor and highest Concrete volume in single project ~30,500 cum. Re-entered in 2015, with a contract value of USD 33 Mn.
- Saudi Arabia Entered in 2013. Successfully completed project of 400 KV line near Jeddah. Currently working in Riyadh – Abha Area.
- UAEWorking since 2007, completed about 165 km of overhead lines from 400 KV to 132 KV lines. Worked in Desert area like Al Ain as well in Mountainous area in Fujairah.
- Qatar Entered in 2005. Working on 6 lines including replacement of conductor with special ACCC conductor under live line condition.
Over the years, KPTL has developed a deep understanding of local working conditions like topography, geo-political environment situation, laws and customs as well as labour availability. It leverages its in-house repository of the global best practices to complement and build upon this sharp and granular understanding of local conditions to create and commission comprehensive solutions that deliver unique and high value proposition to its clients.
KPTL has one of the world’s largest Tower Testing and R&D Centre and is amongst the few players to use modern tools and technologies like helicopter simulation and LIDAR survey. It is dedicated to continuous improvement through innovation, process optimization, learning and training and incorporating management best principles across its business lines. It uses cotemporary systems to design solutions in accordance with global standards and local needs by deploying TRULY GLOBAL best practices, processes and standards.
Today, a significant proportion of the Company’s order book is through its global operations.
What makes KPTL stand apart are its proven ability to manage complex interplay of various transactional factors combined with its diverse experience of executing projects in diversely varying climatic conditions geographic settings. The success of the Company is underlined by repeat orders from developing countries backed by multilateral funding agencies like the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, AFDB, Exim Bank among others.
KPTL has emerged as one of the largest supplier and EPC player of transmission towers with engineering and design capabilities and currently operates in more than 25 countries. It is amongst the largest supplier of lattice towers to the Americas.
KPTL successfully completed rehabilitation work of over 2000 kms of 500 KV HVDC line between Inga and Kolwezi. Funded by the World Bank, the project involved construction of access road along the transmission line and replacement of around 700,000 insulators. A helicopter Lidar Survey was used for identification and finalization of the project.
The USD 250 million project involved construction of 160 kms of 400 KV double circuit line at Kuwait where special high tension resistant gap conductors were used for the first time. The challenging project included working in extremely difficult weather conditions with temperatures soring as high as 50-60 degree Celsius.
This landmark project of KPTL involved construction of 750 KV Transmission Line over a distance of 350 kms between Revine and Kiev in Ukraine. The project is funded by major European Banks i.e. ‘European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’ and ‘European Investment Bank’. The project scope involves mobilization of massive resources nd working through round the year, including the severe winter months with temperatures as low as -25 degree Celsius.