Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) is an Indian multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Mumbai, India. The company has four main business sectors: technology, engineering, construction and manufacturing. L&T has an international presence, with a global spread of offices and factories, further supplemented by a comprehensive marketing and distribution network. The firm has more than 60 units in some 25 countries. Domestic business within India dominates, but the company is steadily growing its global operations with a focus on China and the Middle East.
L&T’s engineering and construction track record consists of implementation of turnkey projects in major core and infrastructure sectors of the Indian industry.
L&T has formed a joint venture with SapuraCrest Petroleum Berhad, Malaysia for providing services to offshore construction industry worldwide. The joint venture will own and operate the LTS 3000, a Heavy Lift cum Pipelay Vessel. L&T has more than 38000 employees in India.
L&T has set up an organization focused on opportunities in coal-based, gas-based and nuclear power projects. This business provides turnkey solutions for setting up utility power plants, co-generation and captive power plants on EPC basis. It also provides power plant engineering services through L&T Sargent & Lundy, a joint venture of L&T and Sargent & Lundy, USA. L&T has formed two joint ventures with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan to manufacture super critical boilers and steam turbine generators. In 2008-09, significant progress was made in setting up manufacturing facilities for super critical boilers and turbines at Hazira, on India's west coast. L&T has also signed a technical collaboration with Clyde Bergemann for electrostatic precipitators, a crucial BOP item in coal based thermal power plants.
L&T Power offers turnkey solutions for large i.e. up to 1000 MW coal-based power plant projects based on supercritical standards. Similarly, the firm has capability of executing balance of plant packages for both subcritical and supercritical thermal projects on EPC basis.