Bhubaneswar: Tata Steel, India’s leading steel producer and a pioneer in the construction solutions industry, inaugurated the first-ever fully automated construction service centre in Odisha.
This landmark facility, spanning across 11 acres in Tangi, Cuttack, has been created in partnership with Sagar Business Private Limited, a channel partner of Tata Steel.
Equipped with state-of-the-art automatic manufacturing facilities, the centre has a 3000 TPM capacity to produce customised Cut & Bend rebars, Coupler threading, and Welded Wire Mesh.
Ashish Anupam, Chairperson, Marketing & Sales, Long Products, Tata Steel, inaugurated the centre. The event was followed by a customer meet in Bhubaneswar, which was attended by around sixty customers from infrastructure, housing, and industrial sectors along with Tata Steel executives and members from the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) community of Odisha.
Ashish Anupam, Chairperson, Marketing & Sales, Long Products, Tata Steel, said: “Construction is one of the key sectors driving steel consumption, and automation in construction is the transformative force that will propel the industry towards unparalleled growth with a new agility. We are delighted to partner with Sagar Business Pvt. Ltd. to launch the first-ever fully automated Construction Service Center in Odisha as we lay the foundation of a new era of sustainable, precise, quality, and rapid construction.”
The centre marks a significant milestone in shaping the construction industry and positioning Tata Steel as knowledge-intensive leader in the region. This ground-breaking initiative is set to revolutionise the reinforcement application in construction sector and cater to the rapidly growing infrastructure demand in Odisha.
Tata Steel’s commitment to innovation and excellence is epitomised by this endeavour, as the Company looks beyond traditional steel production and forges ahead as a comprehensive solution provider in the construction domain.
The celebration event also featured two distinguished industry speakers who shared their insights on the future of construction and modern construction technologies. Adam Jordan, Asia Pacific lead at Bryden Wood, Australia, delivered a thought-provoking presentation on “Future of Construction in the World”. Yogesh Prabhakar Kajale, Senior VP (Engineering) at B. G. Shirke Construction Technology Private Limited, enlightened the audience with his talk on “Modern Construction Technologies in India”.