Steel Sector

SAIL To Spend Rs 1,000 Cr On Pellet Plants

Sushil Kumar Roongta Chairman SAIL
New Delhi: Steel Authority of India Ltd, State-run steel manufacturer has decided to invest around Rs 1,000 crore on establishing at least three greenfield pellet plants amounting 6 million tons to raise its production capacitance to over 24 million tons by the end of the 11th Plan.

GSI Detects Iron Ore Reserves In Karnataka And TN

Iron Mines in India
New Delhi: The Geological Survey of India (GSI) has discovered new iron ore reserves of over 22 million tonnes in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

The Mines Ministry sources stated that the public sector company has detected four iron ore blocks in Namakhal blocks in Tamil Nadu containing reserves of 14.03 MT of magnetite ore with Ferrous content ranging between 31 to 37 per cent,.

SAIL will Spend more than Rs 49,000 Crore on Expansion of its Units

Tata Steel reveals Future Plans after a Great Performance this quarter

Tata SteelThe purchase of Corus assisted the world’s sixth biggest steel maker, Tata Steel, to record a six-fold jump in its consolidated profit after tax (PAT) at Rs 6,388 crore for its first quarter.

Tata Steel registered a consolidated profit after tax (PAT) of Rs 1,014 crore in the corresponding period of the last year (2006). The current figures showed a growth of 6.30 times, following the acquirement of Corus.

Tata Steel posted Six-fold increase in Profits

Tata Steel Tata Steelhas posted great results.

Tatas Celebrate their 100 years and Set Goals for Future

Tata LimitedJamsetji Nusserwanji Tata had a dream to make India self dependent by using Science and Technology. He devoted his life to hydro-electric power plans and Iron & Steel Works at Jamshedpur. He believed in offering low cost solutions to clients and to add value to wealth of shareholders. After the acquisition of the Corus group, the company is among the first five steelmakers in the world. Tata has also acquired NatSteel Asia and Millennium Steel Thailand.