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NIT & Digitrans:
The Group’s IT arm is a full services outsourcing company that approaches problems as strategic business solutions rather than cost-saving short term tactics. Its USP is its ability deliver a wide variety of business models.

Already a CMM Level 4 company, NIT is set to progress to CMM Level 5. Its portfolio spans a wide variety of projects including a major part in airport modernization – a big drive across India right now. With satisfied clients all over the world, the company's offices are strategically appointed across the globe.

Navayuga offers Medical Transcription Solutions through its offshoot – Digitrans, to clients the world over at affordable economics and with unflinching focus on quality.

For more details visit our Navayuga InfoTech Website, Navayuga Spatial and Digitrans websites.

The Group’s niche technologies’ company, Navayuga Spatial is just 2 years old and already creating benchmarks. It recently bagged the biggest GIS project in the history of the nation, valued at Rs 120 crore. Spatial’s global recognition and respect encourages us to believe this is only the beginning.

For more details visit our NST Website

The Group’s exports division, Navayuga Exports, is Rs 600 million company whose portfolio envelopes products ranging from shrimp to granite.

The company has 7 captive quarries and is outstanding owing to its ability to supply to or source granite from anywhere in the world.

Its food division is designed as per international standards and is HACCP compliant. Further, it is FDA approved and A list packing credited.

For more details visit our Navayuga Exports Website

Krishnapatnam Port, the largest in the country, is being rolled out of the Group’s stables. With 42 berths and the latest in technology including Night Navigation and equipment to ensure the shortest turnaround time, KPCL is set to redefine the country’s port landscape.

Infrastructure around the port –roads, rails etc – offer a wide variety of connectivity. The port is also supported by an in-house power project.

The Navayuga Group is making bold forays into the power sector. At the start, it is coming up with a power plant in Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh at a cost of Rs 85,000 million and a capacity of 2100 MW. Simultaneously it is setting up power plants in Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and Tamil Nadu.

The Group continues to support efforts of NTPC Barh among other leading power projects in the country.

With a 14 million ton per annum steel unit, Navayuga is getting taking its first steps in this industry.