AM/NS India operations

AM/NS India is an integrated flat carbon steel manufacturer- from iron ore to ready-to-market products- with a current crude steel capacity of 9.0 million tons per annum (MTPA).

Our manufacturing capacity stretches across India and comprises iron making, steel making, rolling and downstream facilities. Technology sits at the heart of our operations and its extensive use extends to level II automation.

Our investments in advanced industrial facilities give us complete control across the steel manufacturing process, thereby ensuring our ability to maintain consistency and quality of our products.

AM/NS India uses a range of specialized technologies for iron making, steel making and rolling, giving us flexibility in how we utilize raw materials and source energy:

  • Iron making: Blast furnace, Corex and DRI.
  • Steel making: EAF and CONARC
  • Steel rolling: HSM and CSP

We also operate significant iron ore pelletization facilities, with current annual capacity of 14 million tonnes. Our pelletizing capacity is located in eastern India, with direct access to the region’s rich iron ore reserves.

Our finished product facilities, including a network of distribution centres, are strategically located in western India, near the major centres of demand for steel: western, northern, southern and central India.

All our major facilities are port-based, giving us easy access to critical raw materials and allowing an efficient dispatch of finished products to both domestic and export markets.

Steelmaking India

Fastest growing large economy; second-largest steel producer.

India's per capita consumption of steel is about one-third of the global average.

300m India targeting three-fold increase in crude steel output to 300 million tonnes per annum by 2030.

AM/NS India

Hazira is one of the world's largest single-location flat steel plants.

Complementary pelletising capability in eastern India with direct access reach iron ore reserves.

Strong domestic distribution network to key industrial cluster across India.