IMFA Group's ferro chrome production crosses 50,000 mt
CPP performance enables high furnace capacity utilisation
Nov 07, 2002
Internal Press Release

IMFA Group, India's largest producer of ferro alloys, today announced that during the period April-October 2002 production of ferro chrome at its manufacturing units in Therubali & Choudwar, Odisha has reached an all time high of 50,452 mt. During these 7 months the Group's Captive Power Plant (CPP) maintained 99% Plant Load Factor (PLF) by generating 485 million units thus enabling high furnace capacity utilisation.

Commenting on the milestone Mr Subhrakant Panda, Joint Managing Director, said : "We are on track to achieve our production target of 90,000 mt ferro chrome during the financial year 2002-03 of which about 50,000 mt will be exported. This has been made possible by the dedication of every team member and our unique position as India's only fully integrated producer".

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