SAIL had also supplied 70 percent steel used in the recently unveiled Tuirial power project of Mizoram
GN Bureau | May 25, 2018
SAIL has supplied 10,500 tonnes of steel for the 330 mega watt hydroelectric project, featuring three power generating units of 110 MW each. The enterprise’s steel supply consists of TMT rebars, structurals, plates and sheets.
SAIL had also supplied around 70 percent steel used in the recently inaugurated Tuirial hydroelectric power project of Mizoram.
The steel enterprise is partnering consistently in every major national infrastructure project and has supplied more than 50 percent steel for the Kishanganga Hydroelectric power project, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 19.
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