- Country: India
- Region: Chhattisgarh
- City: Raipur,
- Address: Raipur,Chhattisgarh
Located In : BiBharat Aluminium Co. Ltd. (BALCO) was incorporated in
the year 1965 as a Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) and
since then the Company has been closely associated
with the Indian Aluminium Industry, in a pivotal role.
Government of India (GoI) divested 51% equity in the
year 2001 in favour of Sterlite Industries (I) Limited.
Remaining 49% is with GoI.BALCO is playing a crucial
role in introducing Aluminium as a potential alternative
to other metals like Steel in construction, and Copper in
power transmission industry.Major operations of BALCO
are in the town of Korba (Chhattisgarh), whereas its
mines supplying high grade Bauxite are situated at
Kawardha and Mainpat.The smelter capacity (installed
capacity 100 KTPA), based on Soderberg Process, is
being revamped to produce 345 KTPA through modern
Prebake Technology.After disinvestment, a smelter of
capacity 245 KTPA has been established in the year
2004.The smelter plants are being supported by
uninterrupted power supply through Captive Power
Plants - 270 MW at Jamnipali, Korba and 540 MW at
smelter site.New power plant with rated capacity of
1200 MW is expected to commence production by the
last quarter of 2011.· Finishing lines are capable of
producing high quality Ingots, Wire Rods, Billets,
Busbars and Rolled products.
BALCO has several FIRSTS to its credit in India
First integrated Aluminium Industry
First to have Captive Power Plant
First to venture into + 300 kA Prebake pots
First to produce Alloy Rods for conductors used in
power transmission industry
First to roll material for Aerospace in the Country.
First to produce largest Billet of diameter – 800 mm,
length - 6 mt to set up the widest Hot Rolling Mill.
The development of special aluminium alloys for
“Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile” –Agni and
“Surface Missile” – Prithvi have been significant
achievements of BALCO. BALCO has been the first in the
Indian Aluminium Industry to produce the Alloy Rods,
which is a Feedstock for all Aluminium Alloy Conductors,
very much needed for today’s power transmission lines.
Now BALCO is in to the power generation as well, which
is mainly a coal based power plant.
Aluminium is the most important of all non-ferrous
metals. It finds wide applications in packaging,
transportation, electrical, machinery and equipment,
building construction and consumer durables.
Production process involves conversion of Bauxite into
Alumina in refinery and which later is converted to
Aluminium through electrolysis process in smelter.
The global Aluminium Consumption grew from around
20 MMT in 1994 to about 39.9 MMT in 2010.
Consumption is expected to be of the order of 80 MMT
in 2020. The demand is primarily driven by strong
growth in Aluminium demand in China, India and other
Bharat Aluminium Company Limited (BALCO) is
proposing to install a 3,25,000 TPY Aluminium Smelter
within the existing premises of Korba Aluminium
Complex. Required electric power for the proposed
Smelter will be taken from new Captive Power Plant
(4X300MW) to be installed.
Engineering graduates who are dedicated to serve the
nation and for a company like BALCO with pride,dignity
and hard work to shape the future of a growing
economy like India are wanted to fill up the recent
vacancies for the post of GTE(Graduate Trainee
Engineer) at BALCO's Korba plant in Chattisgarh.
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