RINL Taking Measures To Ensure Raw Material Security To Ensure Safe And Sustained Operations At Vizag Steel Plant

RINL has diverted its 2 vessels to VPT which were stranded at AGPL

RINL has been taking various measures to ensure raw material security to ensure safe and sustained operations at RINL.

In this connection, we would like to inform you that RINL diverted its 2 vessels to VPT which were stranded at AGPL.

One of the vessels got berthed on 19.04.2024 and the Coal is getting unloaded at VPT. RINL is completing the customs formalities and with the help of Railways is trying to transfer the cargo (Coal) to RINL in the next few days.

With this initiative, the coal crisis of RINL will get mitigated in couple of day’s time.

In addition to this, RINL arranged around 40,000 tons of Coal from other sources which is helping RINL in addressing the present crisis.

With the improvement of Coal availability, RINL is planning to ramp up the production in a phased manner.

RINL has been constantly pursuing with Adani Gangavaram Port Limited (AGPL) regarding transfer 82,000 tons of Limestone and 2.2 lakh tons of Coking Coal which is already available in AGPL.

Further, this has reference to reports in a cross section of media regarding investigation into the usage of substandard Coal by RINL.

In this regard, RINL reiterates that –

  1. RINL is having a robust and transparent procurement policy and Quality control systems which are “process driven” and not “person driven”.
  2. RINL follows a well laid out systems for placement of orders through tenders with cross functional checks and balances at various hierarchical stages.
  3. RINL products are known for their highest quality in both domestic and export markets due to its stringent quality checks at each stage of its manufacturing process.
  4. RINL, as an organization, is committed to strict adherence to its transparent and ethical practices and Corporate Governance.

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