The metal and mining sector of India has a plethora of opportunities and is filled with potential to discover more opportunities in near future. India is the 3 rd largest country in terms of production of coal. By paving the way for commercial mining, the supply of coal will lead to consistent supply to end user plants of coal mines like steel plants, thermal plants, etc. This will boost the economic growth and production capacity. The Indian steel sector has grown rapidly over the past few years and presently is the third largest steel producer globally, contributing to about 2% of the country’s GDP. The New Steel Policy, 2017, aspires to achieve 300MT of steelmaking capacity by 2030. This would translate into additional investment of Rs. 10 lakh Crore by 2030-31.
The Aluminium sector of India is also very crucial and it supports many industries like Railway, Transport, Power/Solar, Defence Consumer Durables and Aerospace & Civil Aviation . The aluminium sector will also play a key role in government future-oriented projects like Make in India, National Capital Goods Policy, Development of 100 Smart Cities and the government’s commitment to reach a 100 GW solar capacity by 2022 1
Primus Partners has a team of experts to work across the entire value chain of metal and mining to help clients realize the full potential. We have expertise and experience of working with Government Departments, Producer Organizations, Not for Profit, Multilaterals, Donors across the whole food chain.
- Feasibility Study
- Transaction Advisory
- Bid Process Management
- MDO Selection
- Policy & Regulatory Advisory
- Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)
- Technology Upgradation
- Supply Chain Management
- Investment Facilitation/Stakeholder Consultation
- Market Assessment
Primus Partners is working with the government to develop a coal evacuation plan for the coal sector in India. The aim of this project is to develop efficient and effective coal evacuation plan for the coal mines in India. The coal evacuation plan will lead to increase in the carrying capacity of the coal which in turn will also lead to increase in production capacity of coal.