RINL told to play a vital role as a steel producer

RINL has been advised to take advantage of huge infrastructure funding by the centre

GN Bureau | October 31, 2017


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 Ministry of steel’s joint secretary Ruchika Chaudhry has advised Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, a Navratna PSU, to cash in on the huge infrastructure funding by the government to build the infrastructure projects like the national highways, railways and housing for increasing the consumption of steel in the country. 

 
She said that RINL should penetrate into the market by establishing its brand image prominently across the country and should play a vital role as a steel producer. She lauded the steel enterprise for its greenery, environmental protection measures and green initiatives in energy consumption. 
 
Chaudhry said that employees should be given the skill enhancement training to increase operational efficiencies.
 
RNIL, CMD, Madhusudan briefed the official on the performance, completion of expansion and modernisation of existing units and the challenges before the company. 
 
A corporate presentation was given by corporate strategic management department of RINL, highlighting the historical perspective of the plant, production facilities, performance and achievements of the plant.
 

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