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Vedanta Resources

  • Directly employing over 28,000 people, and contracting around 60,000 more.
  • 59 per cent of employees received Code of Conduct and Human Rights training.
  • US$ 49 million contributed to community development, benefiting 4.1 million people.
  • As of March 2014, total assets stood at Rs 67,447.13 crore (US$ 10.61 billion).

Vedanta Resources is a London Stock Exchange listed, globally diversified natural resources major with interests in Zinc, Lead, Silver, Copper, Iron Ore, Aluminium, Power and Oil & Gas.

Our exploration portfolio from all the four continents that we operate in, follows a history of consistent geological discovery. With a business model of growth, constant value creation and improved operations, the company's vision is focussed towards building the wealth of our shareholders and sustainably engaging the community we operate in.

Accountability being a core characteristic of Vedanta's work philosophy, our long term business approach adopts best practices towards fulfilling vital customer needs in a safe and responsible manner.


Vedanta Resources: Globally diversified natural resources major

2015 Sesa Sterlite Ltd changed the name of the Company from its present name, ‘Sesa Sterlite Ltd’ to ‘Vedanta Ltd’ effective April 21, 2015.
2013 Vedanta Resources managed Sterlite Industries and Sesa Goa announce their merger. The merger took place in August 2013 and the consolidated group is now called Sesa Sterlite Ltd.
2003 Vedanta Resources becomes the first Indian Company to be listed on London Stock Exchange.
2001 Sterlite Industries acquires a 51 per cent interest in BALCO, a profit making primary Aluminium producer, from the Government of India.
1995 Sterlite Industries Ltd. acquires 80 per cent interest in MALCO. which is one of the largest private sector power suppliers in Tamil Nadu, today.
1988 Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. makes an initial public offering of its shares and convertible debentures.
India's current steel producing capacity of is ~140 mtpa and the figure is anticipated to rise to 300 mtpa by 2030-31.