SAIL’s steel used for Delhi Metro’s magenta line

SAIL supplied TMT, structurals and plates for the metro project

GN Bureau | December 27, 2017


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 Consolidating its partnership with major metro networks across the country, SAIL has supplied around 55,000 metric tonnes of steel for the Delhi Metro’s newly commissioned magenta line.

The enterprise said that it has supplied TMT, structurals and plates for this project. The 12.64 km long section of DMRC’s magenta line (Botanical Garden to Kalkaji) is part of the entire 36.98 km stretch that will connect Janakpuri west to Botanical Garden in Noida. 
 
SAIL is committed to collaborate in the construction of all major national projects. Some of the major projects where SAIL steel has been used include Mizoram’s biggest Tuirial hydro electric project, Gujarat’s Sardar Sarovar project, and country’s longest bridge Dhola-Sadiya in Assam.
 

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