New Delhi, May 14, 2019: Dalmia Seven (a JV between the Dalmia Bharat Group and Seven Refractories of Europe) and part of the Group’s refractory business, today announced the launch of a new Monolithics production line at its 7 acres facility in Katni, Madhya Pradesh. Dalmia Seven is a leading supplier of monolithics in India. The new production line is the ‘first-of-its-kind’ in India and equipped to manufacture a wide range of advanced monolithic refractories. With an enhanced capacity of 45000 MT per annum, the expansion will help meet the rising demand of high grade refractory products from Iron & Steel and Cement producers in India.
The production line features high level of automation which enables precision dosing of several raw materials for efficient production of high-grade refractory. The line allows for faster production cycles with minimal human intervention making it the most advanced monolithics refractory production line which ensures highest standards of technology and quality.
Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Sameer Nagpal, Group CEO – Refractory Business, Dalmia Bharat Group said “Dalmia Bharat Group is committed to bringing the best in global technology to Indian steel and cement manufacturers. The new development not only addresses the increasing demand for clean steel production in India but also fulfills our commitment to continued technological investment as our Country ramps up its infrastructural growth.”
Commenting on the association between Dalmia Bharat Group and Seven Refractories, Erik Zobec, Group CEO, Seven Refractories stated: “We are excited to be a part of India’s growth story. Our collaboration with Dalmia Bharat Group is growing day after day and with this advancement, we look forward to give Indian customers best of quality, technology, service and flexibility. An innovative and reliable refractories partner is now available at their doorstep.”
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