What sets Kalinga TMT Fe 550 bars apart from the competition is our ADVANCED GRIP TECHNOLOGY which provides a strong grip with cement and concrete.Read More
Klub Kalinga is a novel initiative on behalf of Kalinga TMT, wherein we connect with our Dealers for a long-term mutually benefitting relationship.Read More
Shri Bhupesh Gupta, along with his father Shri Ashok Gupta – an eminent figure in the Indian Steel industry, own and run Cauvery Iron and Steel (India) Limited. It is the first and only integrated steel plant in the State of Telangana, having a Sponge Iron Plant with 3x100 TPD capacity, a 15 MW Captive Power Plant, Induction Furnace, and Fully Automatic Rolling Mill.
Shri Nimish Gadodia owns and runs Scan Energy and Power Limited. The company has steel plants in multiple locations including Hyderabad in Telangana, Bellary in Karnataka, Raigarh in Chhattisgarh, and Rajgangpur in Odhisa. The Group Company is among the 10 largest producers of TMT bars in the secondary market. The company has the capacity to produce 15,000 Mt of TMT Bars per month in their Hyderabad plant alone.
Shri Sudhanshu Agarwal, along with his father Shri Raja Ram Ji Agarwal – an icon in the Indian Steel industry, own and run Dilip Rerolling Private Limited. The company has a state-of-the-art DT490 Induction Furnace and a Rolling Mill which can produce 10,000 Mt of TMT Bars. At present, the company sells its TMT bars under the brand name Raja Ram TMT.
Kalinga TMT Fe 550 bars are built to last. They are exceptionally strong, corrosion resistant, and have excellent bending property, giving them the strength to withstand enormous loads, earthquakes, and shakes.
Kalinga TMT Fe 550 is manufactured using state-of-the-art Thermex (TMX) German technology in our integrated steel plant. Equipped with a 15 MW Captive Power Plant, Induction Furnace, and Fully Automatic Rolling Mill, we produce high quality TMT bars from our self-manufactured sponge iron which sets us apart from the competition in terms of chemical composition and mechanical strength.Read More