SINGAPORE - Engineering company Sanli Environmental announced on Thursday (Feb 22) it has secured four engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts from the public sector worth S$18.1 million in total.
The public sector contracts involve the replacement and upgrade of high tension electrical equipment, electrical networks, old equipment at high lift stations, switchgear, switchboards, transformer cables and ancillaries.
The contracts also include the supply and installation of water handling equipment.
The signings have lifted Sanli's order book to S$121.3 million, and are expected to contribute to the group's revenue for the financial year ended March 31, 2018.
Chief executive Sim Hock Heng said "the group will continue to tap on the demand for water and waste management solutions and work hard to secure new contracts to grow the business further."