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SAIL RSP Aiming For Higher Share Of Value Added Products

Steel News - Published on Mon, 10 Jun 2019

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PTI reported that Steel Authority of India Limited’s Rourkela Steel Plant is aiming to raise the share of value added products to 40 percent of total production in order to improve its competitiveness in the market. RSP CEO Mr Dipak Chattaraj told PTI "Increasing the volume of our value added products to 40 percent of total saleable steel production is one of our key focus areas. Currently, value added products comprise around 27 percent of the total output of RSP.”

He said “The massive modernisation and expansion completed recently by RSP has not only enhanced the volume of production but also established the plant as a major player in the steel industry. It has added many value added products to our basket that have helped us tap niche market segments. The demand for the products of our New Plate Mill continues to be very good.”

RSP plates have found application in many prestigious projects like the Chenab bridge, which is the world's highest rail bridge, the Dhola Sadiya bridge India's longest rail-cum-road bridge as well as structures like the Mahatma Gandhi Setu, Statue of Unity, Santragachhi terminal of South Eastern Railway, among others.

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Posted By : Ratan Singh on Mon, 10 Jun 2019
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