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Jindal Stainless collaborates with Indian Railways to modernize coaches and rail infrastructure


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Sales Head, Jindal Stainless, Mr Vijay Sharma

As India’s largest stainless steel maker and the largest supplier of stainless steel to Indian Railways, Jindal Stainless partnered with Research Designs & Standards Organisation (RDSO) in the third edition of InnoRail India 2018 here today. With a 60% market share in the coach segment, Jindal Stainless has joined hands with the Railways for additionally modernizing rail infrastructure, particularly in the bridge segment. Speaking to media on the sidelines of InnoRail, Head, Sales, Jindal Stainless, Mr. Vijay Sharma said, “As a progressive organization, RDSO keeps innovating ways and means to build safe and sustainable infrastructure. Stainless steel coaches and foot-over-bridges validate their movement in this direction. Jindal Stainless is proud to partner their journey by expediting conversion of coaches into stainless steel and strengthening rail infrastructure at the same time.” Over the next 4-5 years, Railways plans to produce around 10,000 stainless steel coaches annually.

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Jindal Stainless supports rehabilitation efforts at Kerala, 25,000 stainless steel plates and glasses, and 500 solar lamps being donated to the flood affected state


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Aiding the relief and rehabilitation measures in the flood-hit state of Kerala, Jindal Stainless donated relief material, including 25,000 stainless steel plates and glasses. In collaboration with Luci solar, USA, 500 solar light have also been sent, which are collapsible and easy to carry. These lights, which can charge during the day and be used as night lights, will be distributed in the worst affected areas. Jindal Stainless presented a token of 5 boxes to Kerala government officials at Kerala House. The relief material, benefitting nearly 5000 families, will be distributed in Alleppey by the on-ground implementation partner, World Vision, in collaboration with the District Collector, Alleppey, Mr S Suhas. Chairperson, JSL Foundation, Smt Deepika Jindal said, “We are deeply saddened by the loss of lives and property in Kerala. Rehabilitation of affected families is a long process. This is a small measure to help augment household utilities for people in need”. Read more

Jindal Stainless to witness record-breaking growth in automotive segment


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The 58th Annual Convention will be organized in Delhi tomorrow by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) focused on issues influencing Indian automotive industry’s competitiveness and its integration with the global economy. Speaking about the potential of stainless steel usage in the automotive industry, Head Sales, Jindal Stainless, Vijay Sharma said, “The Indian automobile sector is rising fast with an annual growth rate of 15% registered in FY18. Against this backdrop, Jindal Stainless registered an even stronger growth of 25% in this sector in the same financial year, by virtue of its continued investment in innovation and a focus on import substitution. The transformation of the Indian automobile industry is fascinating, considering that auto majors are reducing costs while maintaining the same quality as their international counterparts. While developed nations deploy 19% stainless steel in motor vehicles, developing countries consume it to the tune of 5%”. Currently, Jindal Stainless contributes around 60% to the country’s requirement of stainless steel in automotive sector.

The Indian passenger vehicle manufacturing industry became the fourth largest in the world, with sale increasing to 4.02 million units in 2017. Overall, auto sector consumes nearly 2 lakh tones of stainless steel in a year. This is pegged to grow at a rate of 15% per annum, providing enough scope of growth to domestic producers of stainless steel.

Jindal Stainless is eyeing the auto sector in a big way. The company plans to triple its supplies towards this segment in the next 5 years. According to the 2020 BSVI norms, stainless steel is the most preferred metal for exhausts, the weight of which will increase from 20 to 40 kgs in commercial vehicles. Read more

Jindal Stainless Limited consolidates its position, posts 2x jump in Q1 PAT


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After registering a robust turnaround in FY18, Jindal Stainless Limited (JSL) achieved a strong revenue and sales growth in Q1FY19, despite being a seasonally low first quarter. The growth stemmed from expansion in stainless steel flat product market, mainly driven by infrastructure spending, railway modernization, and auto segment, among others. At Rs 91 crore, profit after tax for Q1FY19 more than doubled over corresponding period last year (CPLY). A buoyant market for stainless steel led to higher sales volumes growth of 51% over CPLY.

Melt production grew by 45% in Q1FY19, as the company ramped up efforts towards debottlenecking and process balancing to optimise capacity utilization. Net revenue increased to Rs 3,147 crore, a growth of 56% over CPLY. EBIDTA for the quarter surged by 50% over CPLY, reaching Rs 375 crore. In CPLY, finance costs were extraordinarily lower on account of interest refund.

Commenting on the performance of the quarter, Managing Director, JSL, Abhyuday Jindal, said, “Our plant at Jajpur, Odisha, is one of the most modern stainless steel plants in the world with state-of-the-art facilities. The market outlook is conducive to propel volume growth. We have huge operating leverage and target to increase our capacity from 0.8 MTPA to 1.1 MTPA in near future through debottlenecking and process balancing with a minimum cash outlay. The Company has become eligible for exit from Corporate Debt Restructuring Scheme (CDR), basis the superior financial performance for the last two financial years. The consortium of lenders has already recommended CDR exit for Company and the matter is pending for voting in CDR forum.” Read more

After a financial turnaround, Jindal Stainless Ltd gets a rating upgrade


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Jindal Stainless Ltd. (JSL), a leading stainless steel major, has received a rating upgrade from CARE, to ‘BBB-’ from BB+, reflecting Company’s improved profitability, strengthening balance sheet, and sustained operational progress. Commenting on the report, Managing Director of JSL, Mr Abhyuday Jindal said, “We are encouraged by the improvement in our rating. This development endorses that we are now more than financially and operationally stable, and poised to take our product mix and growth trajectory to the next level. The CARE ratings are a reflection of the inner health of the organization.”

Detailing the key drivers for JSL’s improved ratings, the report reads, ‘The Company has reported improvement in operational and financial performance during Q4FY18 with capacity utilization of 99.86% during Q4FY18 as against 90.95% in similar period previous year. The same has resulted in improved total operating income (TOI) and Profit Before Interest, Leasing, Depreciation and Tax (PBILDT), which increased to Rs. 3,183 crore and Rs. 399 crore respectively in Q4FY18, representing a growth of ~37% and ~22% respectively over similar period previous year. During full year FY18, the Company reported healthy growth in income and profitability with TOI of Rs. 10,803 crore and PBILDT of Rs. 1,299 crore, representing a growth of ~30% and ~18% respectively over FY 17. The Company reported healthy gross cash accruals of Rs. 787 crore during FY 18 which was significantly higher than Rs. 397 crore reported in FY 17.’ Read more

Jindal Stainless in talks with Gujarat government for use of stainless steel in transportation


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Abhyuday Jindal, Managing Director, Jindal Stainless and Hon'ble Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Vijay Rupani at the Surat Smart City Conclave at SIECC, Sarsana

Jindal Stainless has made presentation to the Gujarat government for use of stainless steel in public transportation system in order to increase fuel efficiency and improve safety. With its high strength-to-weight ratio and resistance to impact and temperature shocks, stainless steel is an ideal metal for modern transit network and states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa and Haryana have adopted this smart metal in their State Road Transport Buses with the support of Jindal Stainless. Abhyuday Jindal, Managing Director, Jindal Stainless said during the Smart City Conclave held today at Surat International Exhibition and Convention Centre (SIECC), Sarsana. He further added, “I am also confident that Gujarat will be at the forefront in adopting sustainable solutions like stainless steel, considering its innovative and entrepreneurial approach. Jindal Stainless will be happy to support in this nation building exercise. We look forward to playing an instrumental role in providing India the perfect resource for building smart cities, and eventually, a Smart India.” Read more

Jindal Stainless Ltd FY18 revenue surge by 30%


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Jindal Stainless Limited (JSL) consolidated its financial position by successively posting a profit for the sixth straight quarter. JSL recorded a robust revenue growth of 30% in FY18. Increase in stainless steel demand and improved operational performance led to growth in total revenue in FY18 at Rs 10,785 cr as against Rs 8,311 cr in CPLY (corresponding period last year). The total consolidated FY 18 sales volume touched 778,933 MT, recording a growth of 21% as against 641,333 MT in CPLY. JSL reported a strong growth in PAT at Rs 318 cr in FY18 as against Rs 58 cr in CPLY, registering almost six times increase. EBIDTA was up by 16% at Rs 1,281 cr in FY18. The net worth of the company as on March 31, 2018 stood at Rs 2,352 cr. Improved operational efficiency in FY18 led to an increase in total stainless steel melt production which stood at 797,156 MT and was up by 10% as compared to CPLY.


Commenting on the outstanding performance of the company, Managing Director, JSL, Abhyuday Jindal, said, “The Company has delivered a strong result in FY18 for the second consecutive year. Our robust performance in FY 17-18 reinforces that JSL has set itself on a strong and sustainable growth journey. We will continue to enhance our offerings in the market with increased production of auto grade stainless steel and also meet the growing demand for railway coaches. Architecture, Building & Construction (ABC) and Automotive, Railway & Transport (ART) segment will also supplement stainless steel consumption.     Despite protectionist measures in some parts of the world, we will continue to maintain our stability in exports. With our industry leadership, our focus will expand to new application development and further improve our market outreach in FY19.” Read more

Jindal Mansion plays host to Eli’s of Elephant Parade


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JSW Group has unveiled an impressive installation of elephant sculpture at Jindal Mansion on Pedder Road in Mumbai. The installation is part of the 101 gorgeous elephant sculptures by leading artists and designers including LN Tallur, Princess Pea, Christian Louboutin, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Masaba Guptathat have been set up for public display as part of the Elephant Parade India. Jindal Mansion is a heritage building embedded in the warp and weft of Mumbai. Over the last few years, it has also become a live canvas to various art initiatives to encourage passers-by to stop, admire and think about Art and Beauty. The idea is to make public art accessible so that there is more dialogue around it. The installation is also a precursor to JSW’s annual Earth Care Awards, currently in its seventh edition. The JSW Earth Care Awards have created a platform for recognising climate change mitigation champions, and showcase their path breaking work. Read more