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Turnaround scheme to drive SAIL towards profitability: Report

The Steel Minister had earlier asked public sector firms, including SAIL, to 'perform or perish'

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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A man paddles his rickshaw pasts an advertisement of Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL) at a street in New Delhi, India. Photo: Reuters

An initiative 'Uday' devised to turn around the fortunes of Authority of Ltd is expected to drive the PSU towards profitability and ensure its sustained market leadership, the company said in a report.

The report assumes significance as Minister had in clear terms earlier asked public sector firms, including SAIL, to "perform or perish", saying complacency cannot be tolerated at a time when private players are excelling on various parameters.


"The 'Uday' initiative is expected to drive the company towards profitability as well as build for sustained market leadership," the report said.

In order to meet the challenges of adverse business environment, it was decided to create and implement a sustainable turnaround strategy.

"In line with the same, a company-wide turnaround initiative, named 'Uday' has been undertaken covering improvements for all functions in the plants and units, while reviewing and sharpening our business strategy and processes," it said.

has undertaken a company-wide transformational and turnaround programme, 'Uday', covering improvements for all functions in the plants and units.

"The company has engaged (India) Pvt Ltd (BCG), as management consultant to study the present health of the company and suggest suitable measures for its turnaround," it said.

SAIL's standalone net loss widened to Rs 801.38 crore for the June quarter due to higher coal prices and expenses.

First Published: Sun, September 03 2017. 17:10 IST
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