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Bhushan Steel

  • Annual revenues of Rs 11,800 crore (US$ 1.95 billion) in FY 13
  • Profit after tax of Rs 908.89 crore (US$ 150.42 million) in FY 13
  • Three manufacturing sites in India
  • Exports in more than 30 countries
  • 3rd largest producer of Cold Rolled Steel

Incorporated in 1989, Bhushan Steel is a leading integrated steel and power producer in India. It is India’s third largest Secondary Steel Producer Company with an existing steel production capacity of 2 million tonnes per annum (MTPA).

The company’s manufacturing facilities are strategically located as regards proximity to customers, raw material and export infrastructure. It has three manufacturing units in the states of Uttar Pradesh (Sahibabad Unit), Maharashtra (Khopoli unit), and Orissa (Meramandali unit) in India and sales network across many countries.

The company is a source for vivid variety of products such as cold rolled closed annealed, galvanised coil and sheet, high tensile steel strapping, colour coated coils, hardened and tempered steel strips and HFW/ERW Pipe.

As one of the prime movers of the technological revolutions in the Indian Cold Rolled Steel Industry, the company has emerged as the country’s largest and the only cold rolled steel plant with an independent line for manufacturing cold rolled coil and sheet up to a width of 1700 mm, as well as galvanised coil and sheet up to a width of 1350 mm.


Bhushan Steel: The Diverse Shades of Steel

2007 Approves the setting up of a 6 million tonne per annum (MTPA) integrated steel plant as an expansion of its existing plant being set up at Meramandali in Orissa
2004 Commissions the Khopoli plant in Maharashtra
1996 Becomes the first to set up a high Tech Plant to cater to automobile and white goods sector, in technical tie up with Sumitomo Metals, Japan
1987 Starts operations from Sahibabad, UP
India's current steel producing capacity of is ~140 mtpa and the figure is anticipated to rise to 300 mtpa by 2030-31.