We have to focus on potential utilization of all recently commissioned units this year, said PK Singh
GN Bureau | January 4, 2018
Chairman SAIL PK Singh has exhorted employees to be bold in decision making.
He was speaking at a function held at IspatBhawan, Lodhi Road which was telecast through video conferencing link to SAIL plants/units across the country, said a press note.
Singh added, “We must be bold in our decision making and we have to overcome whatever is holding us back. Winning our fear of failure, we must accelerate the pace of turnaround. In order to achieve our targets we must synergise our internal processes, re-engineer our operations, improve our market orientation, organize our finances better and capitalize on our human resource.”
Exhorting employees to finish modernization and expansion projects, he said, “We have commissioned most of our new facilities; the remaining ones are poised for early commissioning. We have to focus on potential utilization of all recently commissioned units this year.”
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