National mineral development corporation

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National mineral development corporation

  1. 1.  The NMDC limited (BSE: 526371 , NSE: NMDC) is a state- controlled mineral producer of theGovernment of India. It is fully owned by the Government of India and is under administrative control of the Ministry of Steel.
  2. 2.  It is involved in the exploration of iron ore, copper, r ock phosphate,limestone, dolo mite,gypsum, benton ite,magnesite, diamond, tin, tungsten, gra phite etc.
  3. 3.  It is Indias largest iron ore producer and exporter producing about 30 million tons of iron ore from 3 fully mechanised mines in Chhatisgarh and Karnataka. It also operates the only mechanised diamond mine in the country at Panna in Madhya Pradesh.
  4. 4. Operating mines Bailadila Iron Ore Mine, Kirandul Complex Bailadila Iron Ore Mine, Bacheli Complex Donimalai Diamond mining project, Majhgawan
  5. 5. Bailadila Iron Ore Mines, Bacheli ComplexCommissioned: January, 1977Average grade: +66% FeBalance reserves: 240.10 million tonnes (April,08)Product: Lump-150mm +10 mm Fine-10 mmCLO: 10mm to 40mmCapacity: 6 million tonnes of ROM ore/year Vizag outer harbour. Capable of handlingPort of Export: ships upto 1,30,000 DWTRail Link to Vizag: 471 Kms.No. Of Employees: 1846 (as on 30/04/2012)
  6. 6. DPR was prepared by NMDC Built with largely indigenous know-how and equipment Has the biggest indigenously built gyratory crusher (60" x 89") Longest conveyor system in mining in India with a single downhill conveyor of 2.5 km length passing through 2.2 km long tunnel with a gradient of 50 which was driven from both ends through difficult terrain and strata. A highly mechanised wet screening plant and facilities for stacking, reclaiming and loading (2500 t/ hour) of lump ore into railway wagons.
  7. 7. In 1987 mechanised handling system of reclamation and wagon loading of fine ore with a capacity of 2.8 million tonnes per annum was also added to meet the increasing demand of fines in the steel industry. IS0 9001:2000 certification awarded in February 2001.
  8. 8. Bailadila Deposit - 10 & 11ACommissioned: Feburary, 2003Average Grade: + 65 % Fe Dep 10(NB) 41.95 million tonnesPresent Reserves: Dep 10(SB) 162.77 million(As on 01/04/2008) tonnes Dep 11A 26.29 million tonnes Dep 11B 114.90 million tonnes Lump -150 - +10mm; Fines -10 Product: mm 5 million tonnes of ROM perCapacity: annumRail Link to Vizag: 471 KmsCertification: SO 9001:2000
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