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Tata Steel terminates pact to acquire pellet maker BRPL

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

today said it has terminated an agreement to acquire Odisha-based iron ore pellet manufacturer Brahmani River Pellets Ltd for Rs 900 crore.

"The has not been completed within the long stop date, due to non-fulfilment of certain conditions precedent by the sellers, obtaining the necessary regulatory approvals from the Reserve of India, settlement of proceedings under by the Directorate of Enforcement, approval from the authorities, etc," said in a filing to

in December had announced signing of an agreement to acquire Brahmani River Pellets Ltd (BRPL) for Rs 900 crore in all deal.

"This has reference to the our release dated December 23, 2016, intimating about the execution of definitive agreement to acquire 100 per cent equity of..BRPL from the selling entities being Aryan Mining Trading Corp Pvt Ltd and companies in the Moorgate Industries Group," Tata Steel said.

Tata Steel had said the deal, subject to regulatory approvals, was expected to close in four months.

The company had said that it also needs approval from RBI and other regulatory bodies to restructure BRPLs balance sheet, including shareholders loan and advances.

BRPL was incorporated on August 24, 2006 and is engaged in the business of acquisition and beneficiation of iron ore and the manufacture and sale of iron ore pellets. Pellets are used as agglomerates in the iron making process.

The company was originally established by the Moorgate Industries Group (MIG), which continues to hold a significant stake in BRPL through its shareholding in AMTC.

MIG was formed on demerger from the Stemcor Group of Companies as part of a UK court-approved restructuring in 2015.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Wed, October 11 2017. 20:13 IST