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Tata Steel opens fully automated construction service centre

Tata Steel opens fully automated construction service centre

| @indiablooms | 25 Jan 2024, 02:56 am

Vijayawada/UNI: Tata Steel inaugurated its third fully automated construction service centre here on Wednesday in Andhra Pradesh to offer customized reinforcement products and solutions to India’s booming construction industry.,

The centre was inaugurated by Tata Steel Long Products Vice President Ashish Anupam in the presence of other senior company officials along with channel partner representatives.

The new facility, with a capacity of 3,000 metric tonnes (MT) per month, will produce Tiscon ReadyBuild (customised Cut & Bend Tata Tiscon TMT rebars along with coupler threading).

This centre is spread across 5 acres and will provide comprehensive solutions to the construction sector.

The facility will subsequently extend its downstream solutions portfolio to include Welded Wire Mesh and Bore Pile Cages, thus establishing itself as a “One-Stop Downstream Construction Service Center.”

It has been built in collaboration with the company's channel partner Samrat Irons Pvt. Ltd.

This facility is the first such centre from Tata Steel in the south.

The company has similar facilities in Cuttack (East) and Ghaziabad (North) opened for business last year.

The Cuttack facility, spread over 11 acres, has a monthly capacity of 3,000 MT, while the one in Ghaziabad can process 3,500 MT of steel products in a month.

Ashish Anupam, Vice President, Long Products, Tata Steel, said: “Our increasing focus on the Downstream Business is a reflection of our commitment towards shaping India’s construction sector. Today Tata Steel is focusing on building an ecosystem with strong capabilities to provide ready-to-use steel products and solutions to the construction sector. We expect to further expand our innovative offerings through more such service centres across the country.”

The company also organised a meeting of the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) community titled ‘Converse to Construct’ in Hyderabad on January 23, 2024.

This meeting was attended by more than a hundred customers and consultants from the infrastructure, housing, and industrial sectors.

The event also featured distinguished industry speakers such as Charles Arnal, Senior Associate Director, SAA Architects and Prashanth Kumar Sreram, Asst. Professor, NICMAR, delivering thought-provoking presentations on "Latest Construction Technologies across the World".

The fully automated service centres are instrumental in shaping the construction sector while also positioning Tata Steel as a knowledge-intensive leader.

The company plans to open 10 such centres across the country by 2025.

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