Much growth has your company registered in 2014-15 and what are your expectations for this financial year?
TCI recorded an 8.66 per cent growth in top-line and 22.47 per cent growth in PAT in the financial year 1415. We are expecting around 10-15 per cent top-line and a 15-20 per structure along India's borders. From the Bharat Mala project (a road network along India's land boundary, stretching from Gujarat to Mizoram) to Sagar Mala (under which a coastal infrastructure will be set up along the nation's vast shoreline), the government's intention is clear: bring about a road and infra construction boom to help drive trade.
The ‘Make in India’ initiative has boosted the transport industry in several ways which includes eliminating regulatory bottlenecks and the permeation of the understanding that manufacturing is based on latest technology.
The NDA government is encouraging investment from various nations to build corridors, high-speed trains and others. Various policy initiatives to speed-up road projects such as encouraging e-governance, using a new and hybrid model to deal with the lack of private interest, making obtaining environmental clearances and acquiring land easier, have been put in place to increase the pace of road construction.