Tata Steel to Start Selling Tata FerroShred from Rohtak
Fast Markets reported that Tata Steel’s recycling business in India will offer domestically produced shredded material to the Indian market, adding to its existing offering. Tata Steel Recycling Business chief Mr Yogesh Bedi told Fastmarkets “Shredded ferrous scrap, made from obsolete and end-of-life vehicle scrap, will be offered to the market under the Tata FerroShred brand name.”
Since 2020, Tata Steel Recycling Business has been offering 150,000 tonnes per year of baled ferrous scrap under the Tata FerroBaled name, made using cold-rolled coil trimmings.
Tata Steel proposes to set up a number of Steel Recycling Plants across India. The 1st unit of 0.5 million tonne capacity is being set-up at Rohtak in Haryana. Digital Platforms as well as Channel Networks would be established to collect scrap from various segments such as Households, Industries & End-of-Life-Vehicles. The scrap would be processed through mechanised equipment viz. Shredder, Shear, Baler etc and the high quality processed scrap would be supplied to EAFs, IFs & Foundries for downstream Steel making, satiating their long standing demand.