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Vedanta: Growing Usage of Aluminium in the Auto Industry bolsters Sustainability and Safety

Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest producer of Aluminium, offers a range of products such as billets, ingots, wire rods, rolled products, slabs, and more. August 5, 2022 Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest producer of aluminium, makes a case for ‘green’ aluminium at the recently held national webinar by the Automotive Component Manufacturers......

Vedanta Aluminium Launches High-Speed Billets for Extrusion Industry

The high-speed billets are a part of Vedanta Aluminium’s portfolio of billet offerings, manufactured with the highest engineering precision. December 20, 2021 Vedanta Aluminium Business has launched high-speed billets for the global extrusion industry at a virtual event with participants from the downstream and extrusion industry. The company’s global experts......

Runaya Sets up FRP Rod Manufacturing Plant at Silvassa

The company is targeting a revenue of INR 100 crore for its FRP manufacturing plant at the current full capacity and plans to double the capacity in the next year. October 10, 2021 Runaya has set up a plant for manufacturing fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) rods at Silvassa, aimed at leveraging......
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Vedanta Ltd.: Catering to Raw Material Needs of Power Sector With Superior Quality Wire Rods

“Aluminium is indispensable for the wire and cable industry owing to its high structural strength, light-weight, high conductivity, high ductility, non-corrosiveness, and non-magnetic properties.” Vedanta Ltd. is India’s largest producer of aluminium. One of the largest producers of power in the country — Vedanta Ltd. is also one of the......

Vedanta to Start 250,000-Tonne Copper Rod Mill in Silvassa

Nearly five months after its unit in Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu, was shut over alleged environmental violations, Vedanta Ltd. will start a copper rod mill in Silvassa by the year end. October 24 2018 The demand for copper in India—which is 650,000 tonnes per annum—would double in the next few years.......