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Lanco is one of the fastest growing Integrated Infrastructure Enterprises of India, operating across a synergistic chain of Strategic Business Units (SBUs) comprising Power, EPC, Construction, Renewables, Resources, Non-Power Infrastructure, Property Development and CSR.

Lanco Infratech Ltd’s current market capitalisation is approximately Rs. 15,000 Crores (USD 3.33 billion). Out of the total Share Capital, the promoters’ holding is about 68 %. The gross revenue of Lanco as on March 2010 was over Rs. 8200 Crores (USD 1.8 billion).

Lanco is fast emerging as one of the top three private sector power developers in India with 2092 MW under operation, 7153 MW under construction, and 11070 MW of projects under development.

In a strategic move that provides increased fuel security for its current power generating assets and its future power portfolio expansions, Lanco through its step down Australian subsidiary, Lanco Resources Australia, has acquired Griffin Coal Mining Company and Carpenter Mine Management. Griffin coal, based out of Collie in Western Australia, owns the largest operational thermal coal mines in Western Australia, producing over 4 mtpa of coal which can be ramped up to over 15 mtpa in the near term, post development of evacuation infrastructure.

Lanco has strategic global partnerships with top-notch companies which include: Genting, Harbin, GE, Dongfang, Doosan etc. Today, Lanco is one of India’s largest Power Traders in the private sector.

A people driven organization, Lanco operates from 20 States in India and has international operations in Australia, China, Indonesia, Nepal, Singapore, United Kingdom and USA with a human resource base of about 6500 people. Lanco has an Order book of Rs 25,425 Crores as of September 2010. Lanco is also a privileged member to the World Economic Forum and it has been acknowledged as an elite member of the top two hundred “Global Growth Companies”.

As part of its business strategy, the company has chalked out an ambitious growth plan – Lanco’s Vision 2015: to build a High Performance Organisation with an operating capacity of 15000 MW in Power. Lanco also envisages aggressive growth plans for EPC with a strong Order book growth.

The year 2010 was celebrated as Lanco’s Silver Jubilee Year. It has been twenty five years since the founder chairman L Rajagopal, taking inspiration from his uncle Lagadapati Amrappa Naidu, began his career as an entrepreneur. Lanco continues to take its stride forward on the strength of their vision and inspiration and under the leadership of the current Chairman, L Madhusudhan Rao.