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Jindal Stainless eyes 20% growth in topline in the next 12 months

Jindal Stainless' major competition is from imports, Vijay Sharma, head of sales said

Jindal Steel  |  Corporate Debt Restructuring  |  Jindal Stainless

Ishita Ayan Dutt 

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Jindal Steel & Power

The Rs 21,000-crore group is eyeing a 20 per cent growth in topline in the next 12 months on the back of increased capacities at Hisar and Jajpur. While a cold-rolling unit would go on-stream at Hisar, two facilities would be commissioned at Jajpur over the next two months. With this, cold-rolled (CR) steel, which is a value added product, would increase to 60 per cent of sales, said Vijay Sharma, head of sales at .



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First Published: Fri, January 04 2019. 21:47 IST