JSW Steel is a flagship company of the JSW Group. The company is a leading integrated steel manufacturer. Currently one of the fastest growing companies in India, it has a presence in over 100 countries. JSW is also the first company to manufacture high-strength and advanced high-end steel products for its automotive segments.
With the largest product portfolio in steel, the company is also India's largest steel exporter, shipping to over 100 countries across five continents. With plants in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra, it has the capacity to produce 18 MTPA. Now, as the company ramp-ups production plans, it is on track to hit the 40 MTPA mark, within a span of 10 years.
JSW Steel plans to increase its capacity to produce around 27 million tonnes (MT) of crude steel by financial year 2022 from about 18 MT in fiscal year 2020.
Company Website: https://www.jsw.in
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|2020|| JSW Steel’s crude steel production rose 3% to 13.32 lakh tonnes in November 2020, from 12.90 lakh tonnes in November 2019 |
JSW Steel offered differential pricing as part of its personalised services for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs)
Acquired Bhushan Power and Steel Ltd in a deal worth Rs. 19,700 crore (US$ 2.82 billion)
|2019||JSW Group entered paints business, eyeing Rs. 2,000 crore (US$ 290.3 million) revenue by FY22|
|2018||Reported highest ever quarterly crude steel production of 4.31 million tonnes in Q1 2018|
|2018||Announced investments of US$ 500 million to build its US operations in Texas|
|2016||JSW Steel announced that it has completed the acquisition of 74 per cent shareholding of Praxair India Private Limited in JSW Praxair Oxygen Private Limited (JPOPL)|
|2014||Announced the launch of Cold Rolling Mill 2 (CRM-2) mill facility at Vijayanagar Works, Karnataka|
|2013||Became India's largest private sector integrated steel manufacturer with production capacity of 14.3 MTPA|
|2009||The 2.8 MTPA crude steel expansion project at Vijayanagar Works commenced commercial production enhancing overall manufacturing steel capacity of the company to 7.8 MTPA|
|2005||The company's name was changed to JSW Steel on June 16, 2005|
|2004||JSW Group acquired and took over the company|
|1999||Entered into an agreement with Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) for procuring slab|
|1997||Commissioned Blast Operating Furnace (BOF) and Continuous Casting Project (CCP) units to synchronize with the commissioning of the first unit of Corex|
|1995||Entered into a Joint Venture (JV) with Praxair to build and operate the world's largest cryogenic air separation plants|
|1994||Incorporated as Jindal Vijayanagar Steel Ltd on March 15, 1994|