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1.We erect all of our structural steelwork on our own

JSW Severfield Structures is a Joint Venture company between JSW Building Systems Ltd - a wholly owned subsidiary of JSW Steel Ltd of India and Severfield - Rowen Plc of the UK to jointly create a new structural steelwork business.

2.New rolling mill in the offing for Mahalaxmi Group

Mahalaxmi TMT plans to commission its new rolling mill with a capacity of 1 lakh tonne of TMT bars annually, at Howrah next month.With this new unit, the company's turnover will touch the Rs 1,000 crore mark this year.

3.Our focus on innovation has led to recognition worldwide

The biggest mantra we follow is teamwork. We are exceedingly nimble footed, fast, agile, and flexible. The ability to leverage opportunities, technologies and competencies to get things done rapidly and efficiently, makes us unique. We have a high appetite for risk.

4.Green Goes Gold

Tishman Speyer adds the Gold-certified Waverock Phase-II in Hyderabad to its green oeuvre. Te LEED-certified building space in India covers an astonishing 833 million sq ft.

5.Jairaj Ispat to set up steel plant

Jai Raj Ispat will set up a steel plant to make TMT bars in Telangana, involving an investment of Rs 3,000 crore, said a state government statement.

6.Long-lasting Waterproofing

Kamdhenu has launched its waterproofing products - Kamoproof ALW and Kamocrete CRP. Developed to provide long-lasting solution from seepage and leakage, these products also shield TMT bars and plasters from rust inducing moisture when mixed with the right quantity of cement.

7.We intend to invest Rs.8 billion to implement our expansion plan

Founded in 1995, Kamdhenu Group is the market leader in branded TMT bars in India with a brand sales turnover of around Rs 80 billion. Specialised in steel, paints and allied products, the company follows a franchisee model for its steel business and has a committed chain of over 10,500 dealers and distributors in India.


SRMB Steel has introduced its newly developed rib design Wingrip with its TMT bars, claiming to be India’s most advanced earthquake-resistant steel.

9.Imports of lower priced steel will have impact on cost and quality of steel

The domestic steel consumption growth is expected to grow by 7 per cent during this fiscal and the trend is likely to continue in the next financial year as well, says an ICRA report.

10.Imports of lower priced steel will impact the cost and quality of steel

The domestic steel consumption growth is expected to grow by 7 per cent during this fiscal and the trend is likely to continue in the next financial year as well, says an ICRA report. “Given the Central and state government’s emphasis on infrastructure development in terms of road, air and port connectivity and other projects in various sectors across the country, the prediction of growth in the infrastructure sector by 7 per cent during the current fiscal requires increased steel consumption,” says Manish Beriwala, Director, Shyam Steel Industries. He shares more… Which segments do you see as growth drivers? Housing, power transmission and rail expansion projects, along with the development and expansion of National Highways under Bharatmala and state expressways, railway infrastructure development and station redevelopment, water and irrigation, the National River Linking Project, development of 100 airports in the next 15 years, urban infra projects like metro-rail and MRTS, water supply and sanitation, AMRUT, smart cities, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and the Sagarmala project, besides rapid growth of the automobile sector. With Make in India, the domestic steel industry, both in the public and private sectors, including MSMEs, will have the opportunity to grow. Are lower-priced steel imports expected to impact construction? Certainly! If imported steel of inferior quality is used, the quality of construction is seriously compromised, besides adversely affecting the domestic steel industry. That said, the government is going to impose minimum import price, safeguard duty and anti-dumping measures to bolster the growth of the domestic steel industry in consonance with its vision to reach the country’s steel production target to 300 MT by 2030-31. Tell us about the different steel components offered by your company for construction. Established in 1953, the company is among the pioneering steelmaking industries in India. With plants in West Bengal, it caters to the need of a vast multitude of clientele pan-India and beyond. Our products include TMT bars and structural steel. Our high-in-demand corrosion-resistant steel is widely used in the coastal region in different sectors. The unsurpassed quality of our steel has made its utility deeply entrenched and because of our flexi-strong quality, our presence is firmly placed in all the segments of construction, especially infrastructure. The National Steel Policy targets an increase in steel production capacity to 300 mt by the year 2030-2031, and an increase in per capita steel consumption in the country to 160 kg per person… If we consider the projects on the anvil and the upcoming ones, in the backdrop of the policies of the government and policy guidance of Niti Aayog, the targets can be realised. However, achieving such a target hinges on a multiplicity of unpredictable factors. The government needs to take a number of enabling measures, including hassle-free availability of iron ore, easing the auction process of coal and critical minerals for steel-making, breaking the monopoly of a few big players over the minerals required for steel making, as well as putting in place adequate logistical infrastructure support for transportation of iron ore and finished products across the country. The challenge that the industry has been facing for a long time is the non-availability of an adequate number of rakes from the Railways for transportation of iron ore and finished products. Unless these major issues are addressed in an industry-friendly manner with due importance to the requirements of MSMEs, which contribute 60 per cent of the steel production of the country, it will perhaps be difficult to achieve the targets set in the NSP.