Singareni excels with 108 percent in coal transportation and overburden removal
Singareni exceeded target of 60 lakh tonnes of coal transportation and 422 lakh cubic meters of overburden removal with 108 percent. Singareni achieves targets 60 lakh tonnes of coal transported by 108 per cent with growth of 5.7 per cent, overburden removal of 422 lakh cubic meters with growth of 12.6 per cent in April-2023.
2.2 lakh tonnes of coal production and 2.26 lakh tonnes of transport should be done in this month. Overburden of 15.5 lakh cubic meters has to be removed every day. Chairman and MD Mr. N. Sridhar directed the review meeting of General Managers in all areas
Singareni Coalries Company has recorded a growth of 5.7 percent over the same month of last year by transporting 60 lakh tonnes of coal in April, the first month of this financial year. Also 4.7 percent growth in coal production and 12.6 percent growth in overburden removal.
CMD Mr. N. Sridhar disclosed the details in the production review meeting of the General Managers of all areas held at Singareni Bhavan, Hyderabad and set the targets to be achieved in the month of May area wise.
CMD said that achieving target coal production of 55.7 lakh tonnes in the month of April. He said that 60 lakh tonnes of coal has been transported with 108 percent of the specified 55.8 lakh tonnes of coal. Also, the CMD congratulated the officials stating that they have been able to remove 422 lakh cubic meters of overburden with 102 percent exceeding the target of 410 lakh cubic meters of overburden removal.
With this trend, he asked the GMs and workers of all areas to work better in the month of May and achieve the specified targets.
In the month of May, 67.58 lakh tonnes of coal should be produced, for which at least 2.20 lakh tonnes of production should be achieved per day. In the same month, 70 lakh tonnes of coal should be transported, for which at least 2.26 lakh tonnes per day should be prepared. Similarly, to remove 48.05 million cubic meters of overburden, it has been directed to remove at least 15.5 lakh cubic meters of OB per day.
The General Managers of the areas are continuously in consultation with the local collectors, government officials and revenue officials on the issues of land acquisition and R&R required for new projects in all areas and ordered to ensure that no works are left pending.
This Review In the meeting Hyderabad Singareni Bhawan from Director Finance And Pa Mr N. Balaram , Director Operations Mr N.V.K. Srinivas , Director Planning And projects Mr G. Venkateshwar Reddy , Advisor Mining Mr D.N. Prasad, Executive Director Coll moment Mr J. Alvin , General Manager Coordination Mr M. Suresh etc participated.