Coal India has achieved a 7.6% growth in sales during April-December 2017 against the previous corresponding period when it achieved a 0.6% growth.
During this period, Coal India sold almost 421 million tonnes of coal reducing pithead inventory by about 37.5 million tonnes. In the previous corresponding period Coal India sold almost 392 million tonnes.
Western Coalfields achieved the highest sales growth of 30.2% followed by Central Coalfields and Northern Coalfields at 17.1% and 17.7% respectively. South Eastern Coalfields achieved near 12% growth
In December last year it sold 53.44 million tonnes against 51.46 million tonnes produced in December 2016 thus achieving a near 4% growth. Read More…
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