India: IGI Developer Gets Men From China To Put Up Glass Wall At New Terminal

Date: 9 September 2009
Source: Express India
New Delhi After importing a glass curtain wall from China, the private developer of IGI Airport will soon get 42 Chinese workers to install it at the under-construction terminal building, T3.

The 42 Chinese nationals have been issued temporary work visas, officials said.
While Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) had sought work permits for 200 workers from China for a period of 90 days from the Ministry of Labour, officials said clearance for 160 more are still awaited. DIAL officials said the 42 Chinese nationals will soon be on their way to India.
DIAL is the GMR-led consortium undertaking expansion and modernisation of the Indira Gandhi Airport.
The job of installing these glass curtains on terminal wall needs specific skills, and the work is getting delayed for lack of skilled manpower at present, a senior Civil Aviation Ministry official said. “Since the glass has been imported from China, the manpower would also have to come from there with requisite skills,” the ministry official said.
According to officials, arrival of the Chinese experts would expedite work and the terminal, facing delays, would be ready well in time for the Commonwealth Games next October.
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Date: 9 September 2009
Source: Express India

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