Kay Bouvet Engineering continues to ship platforms to the Satish Dhavan Space Centre (SDSC, SHAR), a development that sets the company closer to complete this prestigious project received last year by ISRO.
Kay Bouvet Engineering has been awarded an EPC contract for the execution of a Heavy Water Upgradation Plant & Waste Management System for reactors 7&8 of the Rajasthan Atomic Power Plant by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).
Over 40 years of experience
in heavy manufacturing
Over 40,000 square meters of workshop equipped with
the latest technology in heavy engineering
The opportunity to show that you can redefine
the way heavy manufacturing is done today
Our 3 manufacturing units cover more than 40,000 m2 and are equipped with the latest technology, enabling us to offer solutions for any scale and with the highest precision.
Each unit has state of the art machinery for fabrication, machining & quality control. Some examples of our machinery are CNC Boring machines, CNC gas cutting, Stress relieving furnace, Hydraulic press, Plate bending machine, and Leica Absolute Tracker. Additionally, a wide range of NDT are performed in-house.
We are one of the few companies in India to have such high grade capabilities, and we are continuously upgrading them to complete all our projects successfully and to the satisfaction of our clients.
At Kay Bouvet we want to keep pushing the limits of what can be achieved by heavy engineering.
Our ambition is to redefine the Indian Nuclear, Defence & Space technological landscape in the years to come and leverage our sugar expertise in new markets worldwide. This is a challenging task, which is why we are constantly looking for new talented individuals to help us realize our vision.
At Kay Bouvet you will find continuous learning opportunities, a team of professionals passionate about making a difference in their respective fields. You will be supported by a management team which has gained experience from some of the top organizations in the world, like London Business School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and McKinsey&Co., and is looking for new ideas to redefine the way heavy manufacturing is done today.
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