Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Monday, Mar 07, 2011
ePaper | Mobile/PDA Version
Google



Tamil Nadu

News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Engagements |
Advts:
Retail Plus | Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary |

Tamil Nadu - Tiruchi Printer Friendly Page   Send this Article to a Friend

Steel rolling mills commissioned near Musiri

Staff Reporter

TIRUCHI: Expanding its presence further in Tamil Nadu, Raja Steels got its state-of-art Tiruchi Sumathi Steel Rolling Mills Private Limited at Jambunathapuram near Musiri in the district commissioned on Sunday by the Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilisers M.K. Alagiri.

The Rs. 310 crore plant that has integrated German technology will be the first of its kind to produce billets, TMT bars and structurals under one roof.

Capacity

The plant has a capacity to produce 1,000 tonnes of billets, TMT bars and structurals per day, and would account for three lakh tonnes of annual output.

Besides the new plant, the diversified corporate group consists of Raja Steels Private Limited, Raja Sponge Iron and Energy, Coimbatore; Covai Raja Metals (India), Coimbatore; M.M.S. Steels, Karaikal; Kanyaka Fine Weld, Karaikal; Dindigul Steel Rolling Mills, Dindigul; DSRM Steels, Dindigul; and SNH Steels, Tiruchi.

Having won several laurels for its continuous pursuit of excellence and customer satisfaction, the flagship company was started 40 years back by M. Mani, now its Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Tiruchi so as to fulfil his long-cherished desire to improve the socio-economic scenario of his hometown.

Employment

By providing direct and indirect employment to various sections of communities living in and around Musiri, the company seeks to play a catalyst role for industrial development of the region.

Thirty five per cent of green cover has been envisaged in the Tiruchi plant that has come up on a layout of 50 acres in the 150 acre campus.

Raja Steels has a state-of-the-art windmill power generation farm fulfilling one-third of its annual energy requirements. The company has set out to implement its corporate social responsibility initiatives by adopting government schools in backward areas and providing various amenities and modern facilities.

Printer friendly page  
Send this article to Friends by E-Mail



Tamil Nadu

News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Engagements |
Advts:
Retail Plus | Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |


News Update



The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | The Hindu ePaper | Business Line | Business Line ePaper | Sportstar | Frontline | Publications | eBooks | Images | Ergo | Home |

Copyright 2011, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu