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DMRC awards contract to Johnson Lifts for advanced and indigenised lifts & escalators for Phase-IV corridors

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DELHI (Metro Rail News): The Delhi Metro has awarded the first contract for the lease and maintenance of Lifts and Escalators for the three priority corridors under its ongoing Phase-IV expansion, using a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model and greater indigenisation for metro rail systems in India.

According to a DMRC spokesperson, “This is a first of its kind historic financial model in this sector adopted in India for funding of public infrastructure project based on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model.”

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M/s Johnson Lifts, Chennai (vendor) will initially cover the total expense of designing, manufacturing, supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning the Lifts and Escalators and maintaining them for a term of 15 years under the PPP Model.

During these 15 years, the contractor will be responsible for all upkeep and maintenance. In addition, the equipment will be installed with online monitoring with the provision of their 24X7 online monitoring.

The contract agreements for the procurement of state-of-the-art, heavy-duty, indigenized lifts and escalators for the three priority corridors under Phase-IV were exchanged between Sh. Om Hari Pande, Director (Electrical), DMRC and Mr. John K. John, Chairman cum Managing Director, M/s Johnson Lifts in the presence of DMRC’s Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh and other senior officials.The Phase-IV priority corridors are – Janakpuri West – RK Ashram Marg, Majlis Park – Maujpur and Tughalakabad – Aerocity for which DMRC has awarded these contracts to procure around 179 lifts and 323 escalators to be commissioned across these corridors comprising a total length of 65 KM and 45 stations.Presently, DMRC is operating a network of approximately 390 KM with 286 stations, wherein around 1000 Lifts and more than 1100 escalators have been installed at different premises across its network for passenger convenience.

Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumarhttp://www.symbrojmedia.com
Kishore Kumar has completed Post-Graduate Diploma from IIMC and is currently working with Metro Rail News.

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