Chhattisgarh Industries



The notable Chhattisgarh Industries that provide major impetus to the growing economy of the state consist of steel, aluminium, cement, thermal power, mining and various specialized industrial areas. Rich with reserves of iron ore and mineral deposits, Chhattisgarh's Korba National Thermal Power Corporation is one of the remarkable achievement of the place.

Steel industry is one of the biggest zone of Chhattisgarh which has a reputation of producing high quality equipments and products that have a high export value. Bhilai Steel Plant with a capacity of 3.6 million tonnes per year, is regarded as a significant growth indicator of the state. There are more than 100 steel rolling mills, sponge iron plants and ferro-alloy units in Chhattisgarh all of which are able to provide world-class output .

Aluminium industry of Chhattisgarh comprises of Bharat Aluminum Company limited which has a capacity of around ten million tonne each year. From aluminium extrusions to sheet rolling, the aluminium sector of Chhattisgarh is equipped with all types intricate functionalities.

Cement industry is yet another significant sector of Chhattisgarh. The cement companies of the state are located in every part of the state. Century cement factory, ACC cement factory, Larsen and Toubro, raymond cement factory, ambuja cement factory, grasim cement factory and Lafarge are some of the popular units that are operating in the state of Chhattisgarh.

Korba Thermal Power Plant, Balco Captive Power Plant, Hasdeo Thermal Power station and National thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) at Korba comes under the thermal industry of Chhattisgarh.

Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation is counted as an important element of the Mining industry of the state. Facilitating exploration of the rich deposits of limestones, bauxite, corundum and dolomite, the corporation aims at increasing the scope of mining activities in the state.

Chhattisgarh industrial areas houses a number of multifarious units each of which specializes in a specific commercial resource. From engineering equipments to steel plants, the industrial area of Chhattisgarh presents hordes of profitable venture companies.

Chhattisgarh Industries in a way symbolizes the prosperous stage of its economy.



Last Updated on: 29th March 2013

     


     

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