Steelmaker in India gets help from ABB

JSW, one of India’s leading metal producers, expects to increase capacity at its steel mills, in part resulting from $127 million in project orders to ABB. ABB will supply turnkey power and automation solutions for two power plants that will generate electricity needed by the mills and sell any surplus to utilities.
By Control Engineering Staff November 1, 2007

JSW, one of India’s leading metal producers, expects to increase capacity at its steel mills, in part resulting from $127 million in project orders to ABB. ABB will supply turnkey power and automation solutions for two power plants that will generate electricity needed by the mills and sell any surplus to utilities. The installations are expected to be operational by 2009, and will help JSW increase its annual steelmaking capacity from 3.8 million to 10 million tons by 2010.

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