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New Delhi, March 03, 2018: Reviewing the performance for the month of February,2018, Chairman SAIL Shri PK Singh emphasized on winding up the few remaining projects under modernization and ramping up production from the new units. SAIL is in the final leg of completing the modernization and expansion where only few downstream facilities at SAIL’s Bhilai Steel Plant are under completion.
The new mills at Company’s other plant locations are being rapidly ramped up and stabilized for harnessing the entire potential of these facilities. SAIL produced 1.272 MT of crude steel in the month of February 2018 which is 9 % higher than CPLY.
In this series of performance review, Shri Singh recently visited SAIL’s Bhilai Steel Plant and exhorted the collective to perform to their utmost potential. During this, he also visited the recently commissioned blast furnace no. 8 – Mahamaya, Universal Rail Mill and the Steel Melting Shop III.
The new BF is under stabilization and production from it is steadily being ramped up. BF No 8, Mahamaya, has produced more than 60,000 tonnes of hot metal since it was blown on 2nd February. Shri Singh inspired the collective for a stronger and spectacular performance after the Company returned to profits.