The company is in the process of expanding its capacity of Kalinganar plant by another 5 mt per annum with an estimated investment of Rs 23,500 crore.
The company executed definitive agreements for acquisition of the steel business of debt-ridden Usha Martin for a cash consideration between Rs 4,300-4,700 crore.
However, these projections are based on current expansions on the existing plants and the projects including taken-over assets.
Taking into European operations of the company, the steel major has the total capacity of 27.5 mtpa.
About the newly acquired Bhushan Steel, Sen said the company was evaluating the amount of capital expenditure required for the asset.
"The capex would be in the range of Rs 500-1,000 crore to achieve the rated capacity," he said.
The steel maker has decided that it would go for "unified branding' for products coming from the taken-over assets only after they are upgraded and matched with its quality, he added.
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