History

This plant, the fourth integrated public sector steel plant of the country, was set up during 1965 with help from the Soviet Union country. During 29th January 1964, this plant was set up as a limited company. Later on it joined hands with SAIL...

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Environment Mgmt

The Bokaro Steel Plant has taken preventive measures so that the environment is not affected by toxic waste from products like by-products of Coke Oven Batteries. There are ample air- cooling facilities in the steel plant. The...

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Bokaro Steel City

This city is the 4th biggest in terms of size in the entire state of Jharkhand. Bokaro has its headquarters here. The very fact that it is home to India’s biggest steel plant makes this place one of the most reputed industrial centres in the...

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The Bokaro Steel Plant was constructed with help and support from the Soviet Union during 1964. This plant was initially named as Bokaro Steel limited. It is located in the district of Bokaro in Jharkhand. It was set up as a limited company when it was constructed and is fourth public sector steel plant that was set up with integrated support. During the first few years of its operation, this plant became an unit of SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited). Widely recognised as the country’s first Swadeshi movement plant, this plant had its first blast furnace functioning on 2nd October 1972.

The current production of 4.5MT liquid steel is expected to go up to 10MT with the advent of technology. Products from the Bokaro Steel Plant are considered to be of very high quality and they enjoy a wide base of loyal customers. As early as 1994, the first unit of Bokaro Steel Plant was awarded the ISO 9001 Quality certification. The most famous product from this plant is SAILJYOTI.