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Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) is an Indian state-owned steel making company based in new delhi of india. It is a public sector undertaking, owned and operated by with an annual turnover of INR 44,452 Crore (US$6.83 Billion) for previcoue 2016-17. Incorporated on 24 January 1973, SAIL has 74,719 employees (as of 01-Sep-2018). With an annual production of 14.38 million metric tons, SAIL is the largest steel producer in India and third rank in the world.. The Hot Metal production capacity of the company will further increase and is expected to reach a level of 50 million tonnes per annum by 2025. Sri Anil Kumar Chaudhary is the current Chairman of SAIL.
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Native name Hindustan Steel Limited        
(Central Govt. Organisation) 
Public Sector Undertakings in India

Traded as
BSE: 500113

Industry Steel
Founded 19 January 1954; 65 years ago
Headquarters New Delhi

Key people Anil Kumar Chaudhary (Chairman)             

Products Steel, flat steel products, long steel products, wire products, Wheel & axle for indian railways, plates

Revenue   ₹58,042.91 crore(US$8.1 billion) (2018)

Operating income
  ₹-785.37 crore (US$−110 million) (2018)

Net income
  ₹-481.24 crore (US$−67 million) (2018)

Total assets
  ₹106,539.47 crore(US$15 billion) (2017)

Number of employees 74,719 (as on 1 September 2018)

                                         Major Units

1. Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) in Odisha set up with German collaboration (The first integrated steel plant in the Public Sector in India, 1959)
2. Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) in Chhattisgarh set up with Soviet collaboration (1959)
3. Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP) at Durgapur, West Bengal set up with British collaboration (1965)
4. Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) in Jharkhand (1965) set up with Soviet collaboration (The Plant is hailed as the country's first Swadeshi steel plant, built with maximum indigenous content in terms of equipment, material and know-how)
5. IISCO Steel Plant (ISP) at Burnpur in Asansol, West Bengal (Plant equipped with Largest Blast Furnace of country, Modernized in 2015 with investment of 16000 crore which will yield total production of 2.9 Million Ton annually )[9]
Special Steel Plants
1. Alloy Steel Plant (ASP), Durgapur, West Bengal
2. Salem Steel Plant (SSP), Tamil Nadu
3. Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Limited (VISL), at Bhadravathi, Karnataka
Ferro Alloy Plant
1. Chandrapur Ferro Alloy Plant (CFP) in Maharashtra
Refractory Plants - SAIL Refractory Unit (SRU)
1. SAIL Refractory Unit, Bhandaridah in Jharkhand
2. SAIL Refractory Unit, Bhilai in Chhattisgarh
3. SAIL Refractory Unit, IFICO, Ramgarh in Jharkhand
4. SAIL Refractory Unit, Ranchi Road in Jharkha


"Best of all" Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award in 1993, 2006, and 2007 for their Bhilai and Bokaro plants[23]
Quality Summit New York Gold Trophy 2007 (International Award for Excellence & Business Prestige) and Award of Excellence Maintenance for Sumitomo Heavy Industry & TSUBKIMOTO-KOGIO, Japan won by Alloy Steel Plant, Durgapur.
SAIL was featured in the 2008 list of Forbes Global 2000 companies at position 647.[24]
Golden Peacock Award for Combating Climate Change – 2008 for BSP, Occupational Health and Safety- 2008 for BSL
National Safety Award to Bhilai Steel Plant announced by the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India – 2008
Durgapur Steel Plant won the 2nd Prize in the Association of Business Communicators of India Awards – 2008.
Ispat Bhasha Bharati. the Rajbhasha Journal of SAIL has been awarded with the first prize under the All India House Journal Award Scheme – 2008–09
Salem Steel Plant received the prestigious Greentech Gold Award in Metal and Mining Sector – 2008–09.
Golden Peacock Award for Corporate Social Responsibility won by Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) for the third year in a row – 2009.
Rourkela Steel Plant collectedthe prestigious Srishti Good Green Governance (G-Cube) Award – 2009.
Greentech HR Excellence Award secured by the Durgapur Steel Plant – 2009
The steel township of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) has been ranked 14th in sanitation and cleanliness by Union Urban Development Ministry – 2009–10
Greentech Safety Gold Award was given to Bhilai Steel Plant – 2010
The HR Excellence Award by the Greentech Foundation won by Bhilai Steel Plant – 2010
SSP has won the prestigious Greentech Silver Award in Training Category of Greentech HR Excellence Awards – 2010.
Award for financial and operational strength by Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering (IIIE)- 2009–10
Golden Peacock Environment Management Award – 2011
Randstad Award for HR Practices and Employer Branding under 'Manufacturing Industries' category – 2011
Maiden Wockhardt Shining Star CSR Award in the Iron & Steel Sector category – 2011.
Salem Steel Plant (SSP) has won the prestigious National Sustainability Award for the 6th time in succession and 13th time since inception of the award from Indian Institute of Metals (IIM)- 2011
[25] Of the 33 Prime Minister's Shram Awards announced for 2010 by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India,17 of which went to PSUs, SAIL employees won 11 awards. Of the total number of 76 awardees for the year, 45 belong to SAIL – a remarkable distinction for any organisation. Maharatna SAIL has received the prestigious Golden Peacock Environment Management Award for the year 2011. The award, in recognition of SAIL's initiatives and achievements in the field of environment management, was presented by Union Minister for Home Affairs Shri P. Chidambaram on 24 June 2011
74 of a total of 128 awardees who have won the prestigious Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar (VRP) are from SAIL. The 15 out of 28 awards won by SAIL went to our 74 employees for the performance year 2008. Bhilai Steel Plant won 7 such awards involving 36 employees, Bokaro Steel Plant won 6 awards involving 29 employees. Durgapur Steel Plant and Salem Steel Plant both won 1 award each involving five and four employees respectively. SAIL employees have won 4 out of 5 awards of Class A, which is the highest number of A Class awards won by any PSU in India.

                                       Future Plans

SAIL, is in the process of modernising and expanding its production units, raw material resources and other facilities to maintain its dominant position in the Indian steel market. The aim is to increase the production capacity from the base level production of 14.6 MT per annum (2006–07) to 26.2 MT per annum of Hot Metal.
The following table shows the increased production of various items prior to and post expansion.[26]

On 25 May 2012, Steel Authority of India Limited entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of West Bengal and Burn Standard Company Ltd. for setting up of a Railway Wagon factory of approximately ₹210 crore (US$29 million). This project will create an approximate 75,300 jobs. [18][19][27]
The company also looking to establish one full capacity integrated plant in Andhra Pradesh or Telangana and surveying the possibilities to set up the plant. The plant, which was proposed to be the first steel plant of such scale in the state, was estimated to get an investment of Rs. 4,400 crore.


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