Shyam Steel Industries
Shyam Steel Industries, a name to reckon with in the secondary steel industry sector in eastern India, had a modest beginning in 1950 with the setting up of a small rolling mill with Japanese plant and machinery and technology to run it. Over the last five decades and more the company has consistently grown, expanded, multiplied, and made its presence felt in different parts of the country. Today, with the two rolling mills at Howrah and a fully automated modern integrated steel plant set up at Angadpur, Durgapur, West Bengal, the company has become a major player in the secondary steel sector. The latest addition of the integrated steel plant has the unique feature of being a combination of the world's best technology. The steel melting plant has the technology from Inductotherm USA; billet casting plant is having modular casting technology from Concast AG, Zurich; and the rolling mill plant is having the thermex technology of HSE, Germany. These plants are being further integrated with sponge iron & captive power plant.
Shyam Steel Industries has earned an enviable reputation as a manufacturer of wide range of quality construction and structural steel materials under its own SHYAM brand. SHYAM brand construction steel products are accepted as standard products and substitutes for similar products of Tata and SAIL by their reputed customers in the public and private sector.
Shyam Thermex TMT bars and Shyam brand structural steel products are manufactured in the company's technologically upgraded and well-equipped rolling mill plants at Howrah as well as in the highly sophisticated rolling mill of the Integrated Steel Plant at Angadpur in Durgapur. Shyam Steel Industries also manufactures corrosion resistant TMT bars specially for use in construction in the coastal areas.
SHYAM brand output of the rolling mill plants find their way into major infrastructure development projects undertaken by the government throughout India, including highway projects, metro railway projects, defence establishments and railways directly or through contractors like L&T, Gammon India, HCC and Simplex.
[2 May 2005]