SAIL Powers India's Longest Bridge with 16,300 Tonnes of Steel

SAIL supplied various grades of steel, including high-tensile steel, for the construction of the bridge.

SAIL Powers India's Longest Bridge with 16,300 Tonnes of Steel

New Delhi: Steel Authority of India Limited has supplied about 16300 T of desired grades of steel for use in the construction of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Sewri-Nhava Sheva Atal Setu also known as the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL).

The state-owned PSU steelmaker supplied about 16,300 tonnes of high-quality steel for the 21.8 kilometer project, contributing to the creation of this engineering marvel.

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The company's contribution to the project highlights its strength to meet the perfect requirements of large-scale infrastructure projects. 

SAIL supplied various grades of steel, including high-tensile steel, for the construction of the bridge.

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