Rourkela Steel Plant continues New benchmark set in Raw Material Handling

Rourkela: SAIL, Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) has created a new benchmark in single-day base mix stacking at the Raw Material Handling Plant (RMHP) by surpassing the previous record by a huge margin.

On 18th November, the unit achieved base mix stacking of 57224 Tonnes while the earlier best daily base mix stacking record was of 39413 Tonnes, made on 2nd November 2018. Stacking of 19815 Tonnes of Base mix in ‘C’ shift on the same day was also the best-ever figure for any shift. Notably, the previous and highest shift wise base mix stacking of 13675 tonnes in C shift was achieved on 2nd November 2018. Besides, the Phase # 3 of the unit that had come up with the recent modernization and expansion clocked its best performance on 18th November with stacking of 37068 tonnes of Base mix. The previous best daily base mix stacking in Phase#3 was 24320 on 16th October, 2020.

Mr. Dipak Chattaraj, CEO, RSP visited Raw Material Handling Plant on 19th November to congratulate the collective for its outstanding performance. He was accompanied by Mr. Raj Vir Singh, ED (P&A), Mr. Pankaj Kumar, ED (Projects), Mr.C.R.Mohapatra, CGM Incharge (MM & Marketing), Mr. Arvind Mishra, CGM(RMHP) acting as an ED(Works), Mr. Praveen Nigam, CGM (F&A), and other Senior Officers of RSP. The programme was organised in strict adherence to the COVID guidelines.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Chattaraj, congratulated the collective for its sincere efforts and exhorted it to unleash its potential to create better tomorrows than today. He also emphasized on reducing the cost of production, improving quality and consistency to achieve better margin in the market. The CEO presented bouquets and sweets to the HoD in appreciation of the good job.

Mr. Singh, Mr. Kumar and other senior officers also congratulated the RMHP collective and appreciated the associated units for their contribution in the achievement. The employees in return assured the senior officers that they will give their best to achieving the challenging targets set for the current fiscal.

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