Iron Ore Mining and Screening Services

Iron Ore Mining, Screening, Crushing and Transport services

The Iron Ore industry is vast industry which is operated in the major Iron Ore producing countries in world. We have active staff and machinery which reduces the time and save money for iron ore production.

The mining machinery includes, drillers, jack hammers, breakers, excavators etc which along with the staff capable of mining daily minimum 500mt to 4000mt depending upon the permitted limits and geographical location. We also provide services for mine development by removing overburden, developing internal temporary roads. Also handles overburden management by dumping it at planned location / sites.

Our services post mining includes transporting the mined material to the crushing and screening units and finally transporting the end finished product to the nearby stock yards. The crushing and screening is done with help of portable mobile crushers and screening equipments.

The entire handling is managed under one roof by us

If you have any requirement of above services, do contact us

Iron Ore, business situation and Steel plants in India.

In the present time the Iron Ore business in India is facing the most of troubles since the market flooded with the news of major scams in the mining industry.
The First State in India, which came under scanner, was Karnataka state. The mining scam in the state of Karnataka is known to every individual in India. Further, other mineral rich states in India are also under scanning for any other scams. Among them, Goa is now undergoing inquiry by the Shah Commission and more inquiries will be faced by other mineral rich states in India, disturbing the regular supply of raw material to steel industries.
Due to the ban on Iron Ore mining in Karnataka, the most affected are the steel industries which are left with no choice.  The steel plants located in Karnataka are looking for option to receive timely supply of Iron Ore from other states like Orissa, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh. The iron Ore supplies from these states however, is costing them higher than the eAuction taking place in Karnataka State. The main reason for this is the timely supply. Most of the steelplants which are purchasing via eAuction are facing delay and logistical constraint.  On the other hand, the material supplies from other states are costlier but confirms the timely supplies.
The steel plants are searching for more option for transporting maximum iron ore from other states. The supplies of Iron Ore from other states have resulted in the increase of the steelmaking cost by steel plants in Karnataka and are expected to rise further if the ban continues.
Though the international prices of iron ore has crashed on the price index, but still the private mine owners haven’t relaxed any prices. The reason may be heavy demand from the domestic plants in India which are still facing the acute shortage.