Iron Ore Processing

Finnish Technology for Indian Ore Processing Plant

04/17/2012 | Editor: Dominik Stephan

Iron Ore – Finnish technology company Metso will work on an Indian ore processing plant. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons)
Iron Ore – Finnish technology company Metso will work on an Indian ore processing plant. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons)

Metso plans to supply a complete set of mineral processing equipment for a Greenfield iron ore beneficiation plant to be built in Saraikela district of Jharkhand in Eastern India. The value of the complete plant on delivered basis is some 15 million Euros.

Saraikela/India – Metso's delivery includes mining screens, magnetic separators, ball mills, pressure filters and various sized slurry pumps. In addition to equipment supplies, the scope includes plant design, engineering and supervision services.

1.2 Million Tons of Iron Ore Per Year

Abhijeet Group's new iron ore processing plant will produce 1.2 million tons of high-grade iron ore concentrate per year. The schedule of the new plant on delivered basis will be 14 months and is scheduled for delivery completion by March 2013. The order is included in Metso Mining and Construction first quarter 2012 orders received.

Finnish Engineering for Big Indian Steel Producer

Abhijeet Group is a diversified business entity with significant presence in the areas of power production, mining, road construction, and steel and ferroalloys production. The company has plans to set up three new plants with a total steel producing capacity of 10 million tons per year. The proposed plants will be located in the states of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Maharashtra, India. The annual turnover of Abhijeet Group of companies is approximately € 760 million.

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