NMDC clocks 30 million tonnes production third year in a row

NMDC’s iron ore projects have clocked their best in a single day, monthly and annual production and sales figures in 2018-19 FY

GN Bureau | April 9, 2019


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The key producer of iron ore, National Mineral Development Corporation has surpassed 30 million tonnes figure of production and sales in 2018-19 FY third year in a row.

 
The PSU said that in spite of suspension of Donimalai mine operations for five months, no exports upto August 2018, highest rainfall in Bailadila Sector and poor off take in Karnataka in quarter one (Q1), it has produced 32.44 million tonnes and clocked sales of 32.38 MT iron ore in the last fiscal.
 
During the year, NMDC’s iron ore projects have clocked their best in a single day, monthly and annual production and sales figures. It registered highest ever monthly dispatches which stood at 37.95 lakh tonne in March 2019· It also posted highest ever single day production of 1.91 lakh tonne as on March 31, 2019.
 

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