ATM manufacturer Wincor Nixdorf AG recently scored its first contract with State Bank of India, which continues to expand its ATM network. Paderborn, Germany-based Wincor Nixdorf sold 1,000 machines to the bank, the manufacturer announced last week. The ATMs consist of multifunction and basic cash-dispensing models, Ulrich Nolte, a Wincor Nixdorf spokesperson, tells ATM&Debit News, a CardLine sister publication. "A third of the ATMs have been installed, and the remaining two-thirds will be installed in two months," Nolte says. Mumbai-based State Bank of India operates an ATM network of 12,000 to 15,000 ATMs, but the financial institution announced plans to expand its network to 25,000 machines by 2010. The bank recently ordered 1,750 ATMs, including machines designed to operate specially in India's climate, from Diebold Inc., which is based in North Canton, Ohio.