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Sathavahana commissions coke oven batteries

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Hyderabad , March 3

SATHAVAHANA Ispat Ltd, the Hyderabad-based Rs 84-crore pig iron manufacturer, has commissioned non-recovery type metallurgical coke oven batteries with installed capacity of 1.5 lakh tonnes per annum at its existing site from Monday.

In a release to stock exchanges, the company said the facility was for its captive requirements of metallurgical coke. The company's manufacturing facility is located at Haresamudram in Ananthapur district of Andhra Pradesh.

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