The Kalinga Nagar-based company is climbing new heights in production soon after completing its blast furnace capital repair, the state-run company said in a statement.
The new feat comes close on the heels of NINL recording its highest-ever single-day pig iron output since inception with production of 2,772 tonne on May 12. The steel plant had produced 2,965 tonne of hot metal on the same day, sources said
NINL plans to resume steel billet production with maximum capacity utilisation of the steel melting shop. It has also lined up several activities this financial year to strengthen its bottomline which includes steel billet production, operation of its captive mines and many cost optimisation schemes, the release said.
These will be important landmarks for the turnaround of the integrated steel plant.
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