SAIL recorded the best ever total sales figure for the month of March 2017 which stood at 1.575 MT and recorded a growth of 21 per cent over corresponding period last year
GN Bureau | April 3, 2017
Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) has registered the best ever sales performance for any given year during 2017 fiscal (Apr-Mar 2017) with a growth of 8 per cent over corresponding period last year (CPLY).
The total sales stood at 13.143 million tonnes in 2017 fiscal. The Maharatna enterprise also recorded the best ever total sales figure for the month of March 2017 which stood at 1.575 MT and recorded a growth of 21 per cent over CPLY.
On the production front as well, the company recorded a growth of 12 per cent in saleable steel production for FY17 over the last fiscal. The techno-economic parameters showed improvement in FY17 of 3 per cent in coke rate and 6 per cent in BF productivity over CPLY.
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