KEF Infra crosses 1000 crore revenue
KEF Infra, a division of KEF Holdings a multinational diversified Group with operations in strategic investments, infrastructure manufacturing, and healthcare development, across India, UAE and Singapore today announced an annual revenue of 150 USD Million (INR 1,000 crores) for the year 2017.
The company also revealed plans to strengthen their portfolio by building the country’s first prefabricated mall in Lucknow. In the coming year, the company will manufacture hotels, homes, and schools. Additional offsite manufacturing facilities in Lucknow, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra will help deliver projects across the country.
KEF Infra has witnessed robust growth in its order book, since the launch of the 42-acre KEF Infra One Industrial Park – which, notably, is the world’s largest and first-ever fully integrated facility of its kind.
In 2017, KEF Infra delivered the 400,000 sq.ft. Meitra Hospital (500 Beds in two phases; 209 completed) in Kerala, within a record time of 18 months, and manufactured 175 public canteens and 20 kitchens as part of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike’s Indira Canteens Project, in Karnataka. In addition, the firm handed over the Embassy 7B project, a 1.7 million square feet commercial building for the Embassy Group, which was completed in 13.5 months, in Bengaluru and Infosys Building Phase 2 in Bengaluru which is a 500,000 sq. ft. building completed in 15 Months.
Speaking to the media, Faizal E Kottikollon, Founder and Chairman of KEF Infra and KEF Holdings, said: “We are at exciting crossroads today, as we see a global wave of technology-led innovation that is changing the way we do business. Our operations underpin this ambition, to disrupt sectors through world-class technology that can deliver value more than ever before.
In a short span of three years, KEF Infra has demonstrated our ability to bring world-class proficiency in design, engineering, manufacturing, assembly, and project management-all under roof, thereby, transforming the traditional construction industry by significantly reducing costs and increasing efficiencies.”