Org Informatics Ltd. Stock Info: As on 2009-11-13 00:00:00
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IOC starts doorstep delivery of diesel
Indian Oil Corp (IOC) has launched home-delivery of diesel on a pilot basis in Pune and plans to expand doorstep delivery of the fuel to other parts of the country in near future, its Chairman Sanjiv Singh said as per the PTI report. The country's biggest oil company has mounted a diesel dispenser, similar to the one seen at petrol pumps, on a midsized truck along with a storage tank for delivering the fuel at customers doorsteps in Pune. We are the first company to have started doorstep delivery after receiving clearance from the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO), he said. The doorstep delivery has been launched on a pilot basis in Pune and it would be expanded to other cities based on the response it gets during the three-month trial period, he said, adding that the same on petrol too would be started soon. Initially, the company is targeting 'static customers' like shopping malls and commercial establishments that use diesel in gensets for producing electricity, and transport companies with large diesel consumption. Doorstep delivery is not a substitute for sale through retail outlets (petrol pumps). It is meant to serve consumers, say a farm harvester, for whom it doesn't make sense to travel to a petrol pump just to refuel, he said. Like IOC, other two state-owned fuel retailers, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) too have got PESO approval for a trial run of doorstep diesel delivery. They will be given different geographies for the trial run. Depending on the response, the trial run be extended to other cities. We have to develop a business model for doorstep delivery, Singh said adding mobile dispenser for door delivery of fuel can be used in areas where there is no petrol pump in a radius of 5-km. Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had in April last year stated that the government was looking at options to home deliver petrol and diesel to cut queues at fuel stations and give consumers an option. But, for home delivery of fuel, a clearance from PESO is required as both petrol and diesel are highly inflammable fuels and require adequate safety precautions. So far, PESO has given approval for doorstep delivery of diesel only on a trial basis. India currently has 61,983 petrol pumps with state-owned firms operating 90 per cent of them. The country consumed 194.6 million tonnes of fuel in 2016-17, nearly 40 per cent of which was diesel. Diesel consumption in 2016-17 was 76 million tonnes, while petrol was 23.8 million tonnes.
CIL to set up plants for coal gasification: Goyal
To promote environment-friendly uses of coal, Coal India is planning to set up plants for coal gasification, Parliament was informed today. To promote cleaner and alternate use of coal, CIL is pursuing initiatives for setting up plants for gasification of coal and its further processing into downstream chemicals, Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha. In this direction, CIL has formed a JV company along with RCF, GAIL and FCIL, namely; Talcher Fertilizers Ltd to set up a coal based Ammonia-Urea plant at Talcher, Odisha, through surface coal gasification route, Goyal said. He said the government has already taken several initiatives to improve the efficiency of coal based power plants and to reduce carbon footprint. All new, large coal-based generating stations have been mandated to use the highly efficient supercritical technology, he said.
Subex appoints Vinod Kumar as CEO
IT firm Subex today said it has appointed Vinod Kumar as the managing director and CEO of the company, effective April 1, 2018. The Board of Subex...has today appointed Vinod Kumar as MD and CEO of the company effective April 1, 2018, on expiry of the term of Surjeet Singh, Subex said in a statement. Kumar was serving as the Chief Operating Officer at Subex from 2013 and is also a member of the board, it added. Having spent more than 20 years at Subex, Vinod knows well its ecosystem and is a champion of the culture and ethos of Subex and has an ability to inspire, energise, and connect with customers, employees and other stake holders, Subex chairman Anil Singhvi said. This, combined with Kumar's ability to strategise and execute, is what Subex needs as it enters the next chapter of growth, he added. Kumar joined Subex in 1997 and was part of the team that created software business at Subex. He has helped lead and execute many of the company's new initiatives, including managed services which accounts for over 25 per cent of the current revenues at Subex. Over the last 25 years, we have emerged as a global leader in the revenue and capex management space within the telco segment, saving millions of dollars for our customers... The opportunity that lies ahead for Subex is enormous, Kumar said.
11 mines allotted to Coal India to add 225 MT in annual output
Allocation of 11 mines to Coal India (CIL) arms - ECL, WCL and BCCL - will enhance its annual output by 225 million tonnes (MT), Parliament was informed today. CIL has requested the government for allotment of additional coal mines to Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL), Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) and Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) to make these subsidiaries 100 MT-plus as these arms do not have adequate coal reserves at present, Coal and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal told Lok Sabha in a written reply. Considering the request of CIL, 11 coal mines have been allocated to CIL under the provisions of the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015, and the MMDR Act, 1957, Goyal said. Addition of these 11 coal mines will add about 225 MT of coal in its annual production capacity, the minister said. Five of these mines are in Jharkhand, of which three have been allotted to ECL and two to BCCL. Of the remaining six mines, four are in Odisha and have been allotted to WCL, while the two in Bihar have been given to BCCL.
GIPCL issues letter of intent BHEL for solar power project
Gujarat Industries Power Company Ltd (GIPCL) on Wednesday said that it has issued Letter Of Intent to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) For 75 MW (AC) Solar Power Project at Gujarat Solar Park, Charanka, Gujarat, on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. “The company has issued a Letter of Intent dated 19.03.2018 to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) for Design, Engineering, Supply & Procurement, Construction, Erection, Testing, Commissioning and Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of 75 MW (AC) Solar Power Project at Gujarat Solar Park, Charanka, Dist: Patan in Gujarat, on Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Basis,” GIPCL said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, shares of company were trading at Rs 100.00 apiece, down 0.20 per cent, from the previous close on the BSE at 15:05 hours.
OrgInformatics - Delisting
Members of the Exchange are hereby notified that in terms of Regulation 22(6) of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009, Section 21A of the Securities Contract (Regulations) Act, 1956, Rule 21 of Securities Contract (Regulations) Rules, 1957 and Bye Laws and Regulations of National Stock Exchange of India Limited ( Exchange ) it has been decided to delist (withdraw the admission to dealings in) equity shares of the ORG Informatics Limited w.e.f. September 15, 2017 as per Chapter V of SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009.
The Company was incorporated as a private Limited Company under the name of Subhanpura Containers Ltd. The Company was originally engaged in the activity of financing. The Company later became a deemed public limited Company.
It also became a wholly owned subsidiary of Ambalal Sarabhai Enterprises Ltd. (ASEL).
The name of the Company was changed to Sarabhai Electronics Ltd.on 17th Feb.1986.
Sarabhai Electronics Ltd., (SEL), is an independent Public Limited Company where the business of ORG Systems is carried out. ORG Systems, an offshoot of operations Research Group, was set up and in-house research on Microprocessor based systems paved the way for creation of ORG Systems in 1978. Pursuant to a scheme of Reorganisation evolved by ASEL, the Computer division of ASEL alongwith its related Research and Development facilities were transferred as a going concern to the company.
The object of the company is manufacture of microprocessor bases Systems, Computer perspherals such as line printers, magnetic tape and disk drives and hand disks and CRT terminals, graphic terminals, MILR equipment etc.
ORG Systems today is a leading supplier of I.T. solutions in India. It has a product range with appropriate technology both in Hardware and Software to take care of varied customer needs. Besides the manufacturing activity, ORG Systems has a software Development Centre at NOIDA EPZ for development of customised software for exports. ORG Systems is now joining hands with Dansk Data Elektronik A/s, Denmark, a leading information technology Company and our long term technical collaborators to form a joint venture company in India, DDE - ORG Systems Ltd.
2006 - ORG Informatics Ltd has informed that ORG Telecom Ltd., 100% subsidiary of the Company has bagged an order from a Telecom operator in Tanzania for providing total turnkey solution for a green field CDMA network roll-out in Tanzania, Africa. Size of the deal is USD 5 Million.
-ORG Informatics Ltd has appoined Mr. Kartikeya V Sarabhai and Mr. Anil Chawla as Additional Directors on the Board of the Company.
-ORG Informatics Ltd has appointed Mr. Manish Arora as Alternate Director to Mr. B V Suryakumar, a Director of the Company, with effect from May 23, 2007.
- ORG Informatics Ltd has informed that Mr. R L Dube has been appointed as an Additional Director of the Company, with effect from July 06, 2007.
2008 -Company has created email id for grievance redressal division / compliance officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Company has allotted 11,750 Equity Shares of Rs 10/- each
-Company has bagged Orders worth of Rs 78.06 Crores from M/s. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (a Govt. of India Enterprises), New Delhi for supply, Installation, Integration and Commissioning of SATCOM-N/M Equipment for Indian Air Force.
2009 - ORG Informatics Ltd has informed BSE that Mr. Sushil Kumar Chaturvedi has been promoted as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Company with effect from January 14, 2009, subject to the confirmation by the Board in the next Board Meeting. - ORG Informatics Ltd has appointed Mr. Kalyan Mazumdar as an Additional Director of the Company, with effect from November 06, 2009.
2010 -Company has secured an Order for Rs. 14.05 Crores from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd., New Delhi (BSNL) for supply, installation, integration and commissioning of satcom Network for IAF.
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