SAIL to focus on high grade wire rods

Production of these high contributing products is a priority for the company

GN Bureau | November 21, 2018


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SAIL Chairman Anil Kumar Chaudhary has laid emphasis on producing high grade and special quality wire rods from the state-of-the-art 0.55 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) wire rod mill.

 
Chaudhary said SAIL-IISCO Steel Plant is the most modernised plant with highly cost effective production processes and it should focus on producing to its potential and attain its rated capacities. He said the plant has already produced certain special grades of wire rods and is in the process of developing medium and high grade wire rods which will be suited for the diversified requirements of the industrial sector.
 
Chairman said that the entire workforce of ISP is committed to developing and producing new and value added products. He said such products are not only more market oriented but also provide higher realisations. Production of these high contributing products is a priority for the company. SAIL-ISP has also recently become the first domestic steel producer to successfully roll the NPB-750 narrow parallel flange beam. Rolled from the modern universal structural mill (USM) of ISP, NPB-750 has more depth than the currently produced beams in India. Outlining the importance of safety in Plant operations, Chaudhary said that we have to adopt safety as a habit and give it priority.
 

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