KATHMANDU, Nov 3: The ANDRITZ HYDRO, a global supplier of electromechanical systems and services for hydropower plants has celebrated its first 'Customer Day' with a view to expanding its office in Nepal.
With this connection, the company has organised a two-day program titled 'Hydropower Solution for Nepal'. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Krishna Bahadur Mahara inaugurated the program here today.
The Company plans to open its office here within the next two to three months. The Company with its headquarters in Austria has already spread its wings to around 60 countries.
The company has already worked for the Kulekhani Hydropower Project and has supported the construction of the projects of national pride including the Upper Tamakoshi and Mid Marsyangdi.
On the occasion, the DPM said the ANDRITZ decision to open its office in Nepal would help seek areas for hydro power investment with promoting the private sector. RSS