Alloys

Alloy Steel Production in India

Alloys are crucial intermediates to the steel industry. Alloying steel is made to impart certain properties like corrosion resistance, improving hardenability, abrasion resistance etc., A segment called noble alloys are also made by adding small quantities of metals like vanadium, molybdenum, Tungsten, Zirconium, Titanium, Boron, Tantalum, Magnesium and Silicon for certain desired properties. Currently, the Indian market for alloys is estimated at 5.5 million tpa. Late in 2009, the largest producer China has started importing ferro alloys has made ferro alloy production in India profitable and lead to increase in capacities.
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    Aarti Steels Ltd

    Aarti Steels Limited, a fully integrated steel manufacturing company with state of art plant located in Punjab and Orissa with an total installed capacity of 2 lakh tonne per an

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    Anchor Organic

    Anchor Organic is a supplier of specialty chemicals. They offer nickel sulphate. Nickel salt suitable for plating nickel on steel, copper and copper alloys.

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    Andhra Ferro Alloys Ltd

    Andhra Ferro Alloys was commissioned long back in the year 1987, as a small scale entity, They produce ferro alloys. They are also engaged in the import of commodities like chro

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    Anik Industries Ltd

    Anik Industries Limited with a view to link it with its renowned brand ?ANIK? in the field of dairy industry has changed its name from Madhya Pradesh Glychem Industries Ltd. Ani

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    Anjaney Alloys Ltd

    Anjaney Alloys commenced commercial production in 1997 with 10 MVA; it grew its installed capacity by 7.5 MVA in 2000 and 8.25 MVA in 2004 when the market for manganese alloys w