SAIL posts best ever hot metal production in a single day

The PSU is ramping up production from its new units and is focussed on operating at its rated capacity after the commissioning of all its new blast furnaces

GN Bureau | December 17, 2018


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Steel giant, SAIL has clocked its best ever hot metal production in a single day at 55,282 tonnes on December 13.

 
The previous best production of SAIL stood at 54,786 tonnes achieved on November 24 this year.
 
The PSU is ramping up production from its new units and is focussed on operating at its rated capacity after the commissioning of all its new blast furnaces at three of its integrated steel plants – Durga, Rourkela Steel Plant, Kalyani, IISCO steel plant and Mahamaya, Bhilai steel plant.
 
Along with the company’s best ever production, SAIL’s Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) has also set a new benchmark by producing 13,051 tonnes of hot metal on December 13.
 

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