JSPL reported a 12% QoQ hike in sales for Q1 FY21
Kolkata: To begin with, Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) posted a 12% (QoQ) rise in sales volumes. Also, it has witnessed an 8% (QoQ) hike in standalone steel production during Q1 FY21.
On the other hand, the export sales of the company contributed to 58% of the total sales volume. Also, the consolidated sales of the company stood up to 7% (QoQ) during Q1 FY21.
Significantly, in the last 100 days, the company exported more than one million tonnes. This was possible with the consistent support of Indian Railways, port authorities, and a slew of pro-industry measures taken by the Ministry of Steel.
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