The macro headwind may be getting worse for the infra sector, but a handful of companies with robust order book could just weather the dust storm
By reimagining a once declining market of steel pipes, APL Apollo Tubes hacked out its lead position
HG Infra Engineering has catapulted itself into a high growth, high-margin bracket with smart asset-building and bidding
Dilip Buildcon’s success has come on the back of executing projects outside its home state and sticking to EPC projects
NHAI seems likely to miss its ambitious plan to float tenders for 10,000 km in FY18
The onion-like layers of an InvIT camouflage its overall level of indebtedness and other inherent risks
Will investment trusts put an end to the funding woes of infrastructure companies?
Richard D’Souza keeps an eye on companies at the cusp of change
Promoter Vishnubhai Patel ups his holding in Sadbhav Infra
The government is accelerating road projects when most players have buckled under the pressure of excessive leverage. Should you bet on the last men standing?
Infra companies wanting to sell road assets find themselves in a buyers market
NHAI is speeding up tendering of road projects, while traffic growth is showing signs of recovery
First, the government should tackle problems that grounded the economy’s earlier growth engine