For the first time in the country two different grades of domestic coal were blended at the Paradip Port with an objective to substitute import of coal from Indonesia, reduce cost and save precious foreign exchange for the country.
The blending process was carried out at the Mechanised Coal Handling Plant of Paradip Port Trust (PPT)when two different grades of coal from different collieries were homogeneously blended by mechanized process.
Re-circulation of high grade coal from Stackyard through Reclaimers and low grade coal unloaded directly from wagons , pass through a common junction house to form blended coal as per the desired ratio. Read more
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