JSW Steel plans to invest in virgin coking coal mine in Jharkhand
Jindal was awarded at the 19th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Annual Awards. Sajjan Jindal, Chairman, JSW Group, was awarded as the ‘CONSTRUCTION WORLD Person of the Year 2021 – Private Sector’ at the 19th edition of the CONSTRUCTION WORLD ANNUAL AWARDS (CWAA) – a calendar event for all industry stalwarts – held this year on October 22. The awards are...
JSW Infrastructure Limited (JSWIL), one of the nationÂ’s leading private sector infrastructure companies, has taken multiple steps to enhance western coastal connectivity by strengthening last mile access through road and railways, mechanising the coastal berth to enhance handling capacity and by increasing draft depth to accept larger vessels at its Jaigarh Port.
The Competition Commission has approved Sajjan Jindal-promoted JSW EnergyÂ’s purchase of the 500 MW Bina thermal power plant from Jaiprakash Power Ventures. Under the deal, announced in July, JSW Energy will buy 100 per cent stake in the special purpose vehicle (SPV) Â— Bina Power Supply Ltd (BPSL) Â— to which the 500 MW power plant is to be transferred.
JSW Ispat Steel is the second largest steel company in the country with a capacity of 14.3 million tonne per annum. The company became the second largest steel producer following the merger of Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Steel with JSW Ispat (formerly Ispat Industries). JSW Steel acquired Ispat Industries from the Mittals in December 2010 for Rs 2,160 crore.