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Nashik-based ThyssenKrupp Electrical Steel India Pvt Ltd (TKES India) has commissioned its hydrogen unit adjacent to its facility at Gonde, 25 km from Nashik.
 
Speaking to Business Standard, a senior company official said, "We have set up a hydrogen plant adjacent to ThyssenKrupp's Gonde facility, near Nashik, at an investment of Rs 30 crore. The capacity of the hydrogen plant is 800 cubic metres per hour."
 
In September 2000, EBG Germany, a subsidiary of Germany-based ThyssenKrupp Steel, had bought the Gonde-based steel division of Raymond Ltd for Rs 412.26 crore.
 
Thereafter, ThyssenKrupp Steel had started commercial operations at the Gonde unit by setting up a subsidiary - 'TKES India.' The production capacity of the steel division is 2 lakh metric tonnes a year.
 
TKES India manufactures electrical steel and mild steel products at its Gonde (Nashik) unit. Electrical steel products of ThyssenKrupp are called PowerCore® products in all forms and all languages worldwide.
 
TKES India is the only company in India producing and offering entire range of non-ageing, electrical energy conserving PowerCore® products namely: 'Cold Rolled Non Grain Oriented Electrical Steel' and 'Cold Rolled Grain Oriented Electrical Steel'.
 
"TKES India is the market leader in India and enjoys long-term trust and business association of more than 350 customers in India as well as worldwide. We also produce special quality carbon steel products for automotives, white goods and engineering applications. Quality and environment management systems of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, updated to latest revision, ensure the company's efficiency and a responsible treatment to environmental issues. The quality of our products outperforms national and international standards," the company officials informed.

 
 

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