The domestic crude steel production at JSPLÂ’s integrated steel plants at Angul and Raigarh during the quarter AprilÂ–June 2018 clocked a record 1.23 million tonne (MT), i.e. a rise of 36 per cent from 0.90 mt, a year ago
A 2.5 million tonne Steel Melting Shop (SMS) and allied unit have been commissioned by Jindal Steel & Power (JSPL) as part of its 6 million tonne per annum (mtpa) greenfield integrated steel project in Angul, Odisha. Dinesh Saraogi, Executive Director of JSPL, Angul Unit said with this landmark achievement, the firm completed the 2.5 mn tpa steel production capacity in the f
The Rio Tinto Group decided to ship its steel making equipments based on HIsmelt technology from its plant at Kwinana, Australia to the Chinese steel maker Molong as the latter has a more urgent need for the technology. It may be recalled that the Australian miner earlier agreed to shift the equipment to India at Jindal Steel and Power's (JSPL) existing facility at Angul in Orissa.
Jindal Steel & Power (JSPL) has a steel production capacity of 3.5 million tonne (mn t) at present, which the firm expects to raise to 15 mn t by 2020. This would make the company the fourth largest steel maker from its current position of sixth. In 2013-14, additional 7 mn t would be commissioned in Angul (Odisha) and
By April 2013, Jindal Steel & Power (JSPL) plans to commission 2 million tonne per annum (mn tpa) greenfield steel plant at Angul, Odisha. The plant is part of the 6 mn tpa integrated steel plant project being developed by the firm in the area. The Naveen Jindal owned company received 970.34 acre of g