NMDC sets new production records in the New Year
NMDC, the country's largest Iron Ore producer, and a Navratna CPSE, after a remarkable performance in the crisis year of 2020 has continued with its excellent performance in the first month of the year 2021.
Iron ore sales for the month of January 2021 is 3.74 MT against the sales level of 2.96 MT in January 2020, thereby registering a growth of 26.4%.
Iron ore production upto January in FY21 is 25.66 MT i.e. at par with CPLY. Similarly iron ore sales upto January in FY21 is 26.01 MT which is above CPLY, inspite of COVID-19 pandemic this year.
With the encouraging production and sales figures this year, NMDC will exceed the production and sales of the previous year. The steady performance in 2020-21 despite the problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the continuous improvement in performance showcases the determination and grit of Team NMDC.
Speaking about the production achievements, Shri Sumit Deb, CMD, NMDC, commented, “NMDC is on its way to exceed and maintain its leadership in the industry. We performed remarkably well during the crisis of 2020 and with modern processes being implemented we are confident to do even better. NMDC is the first PSE to implement SAP S4 HANA making us frontrunners in the digital transformation of the mining industry. I congratulate Team NMDC for the excellent performance and I have faith that going forward we will continue to break new grounds.”Shri Deb commenting on the budget said “This Union Budget has given thrust on infrastructure, along with manufacturing. This will drive the demand for steel which in turn will drive the demand for iron ore. NMDC with its 7 operational iron ore mines is committed to meet the increased demand of iron ore in the country. With higher spending in these sectors, the Budget has taken steps in the right direction to continue reviving the economy. This shall further increase employment opportunities in the country through private and public investments that was paved through the boost on infrastructure and other sectors.”