The Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP), located in Bhilai, in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, is India’s first and main producer of steel rails, as well as a major producer of wide steel plates and other steel products.
Bokaro Steel Plant – the fourth integrated plant in the Public Sector – started taking shape in 1965 in collaboration with the Soviet Union. It was originally incorporated as a limited company on 29th January 1964, and was later merged with SAIL, first as a subsidiary and then as a unit, through the Public Sector Iron & Steel Companies (Restructuring & Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1978. The construction work started on 6th April 1968.
Durgapur steel plant was set up in the late fifties with an initial production capacity of 1 MPTA (million ton per annum) crude steel which was progressively increased to 1.8 MTPA during the last modernization in nineties with the prime objective of achieving higher level of production, improvement in productivity and quality, conservation of energy, reduction in cost of production & minimization of environmental pollution.
Steel Authority of India Ltd is the largest steel producer in India with the widest range of steel products