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June 7, 1999
Bharati Telecom bags $50,000 job in NepalBharati Telecom has won a global tender worth $500,000 for exporting push-button telephones to Nepal Telecom Corporation.
Bharati Telecom will be supplying 50,000 push-button phones to NTC by the end of the month for a special telecom network expansion project funded by the World Bank.
Bharati is the largest supplier of telephone handsets in India to the Department of Telecommunications and is the first Indian company to export state-of-the-art push-button phones to leading telecom companies like Sprint Corporation and Conair Corporation of the United States.
The company is also looking at tapping markets of Indian Ocean rim, Europe, Africa and the Far East.
The company's three manufacturing units at Ludhiana, Gurgaon and Goa are ISO 9002 certified.
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