About The Organisation

SAIL, celebrating its 60th year of production, is a Maharatna CPSE and one of India’s foremost steelmakers. SAIL has five integrated steel plants, four special steel and ferro-alloy production unit, India’s second largest captive mining operations (iron ore, limestone, dolomite and coal), and its own consultancy and R&D divisions. Over the last six decades, the company has built a robust social infrastructure for residence, commerce, education, health care, sports, culture and entertainment at its dozen + industrial townships across India. SAIL is the harbinger of development in the predominantly tribal districts of the country, and continues to undertake a plethora of social initiatives in the peripheral areas of its plants and mines. SAIL’s comprehensive product portfolio consists of earthquake-resistant TMT rebars, hot rolled products (plates, sheets, coils), cold rolled products (coils, sheets), galvanized plane and corrugated products, electrical steel, structurals (channels, angles, beams, special sections, rounds), wire rods, tubular (electric resistant welded pipes, spiral welded pipes), re-rollables (bloom, billet, slab, round), railway products (track rails, wheels, axles), alloy steel, stainless steel and coal chemicals as by-products of the coke making process. SAIL has the distinction of producing the world’s longest single piece 160 metre rails. SAIL has been a partner in India’s progress, supplying steel for the entire gamut of economic segments, namely infrastructure, consumer goods, engineering industries, transportation, power, defence and aerospace. SAIL steel gives strength to marquee projects such as Turial Dam, Sardar Sarovar Dam, Dhola-Sadia Bridge, Agra Expressway, Bogibeel Bridge, Ranchi Airport, Eastern Perpheral Expressway, Metro Railways, Nuclear Power Plants, Chandrayaan and Mangalyaan, Satellite Launch Vehicles, Naval Ships - Vikrant, Kamorta and Kiltan, main battle tank Arjun, armoured vehicles, earthmoving equipments, railway coaches and wagons. SAIL’s household utility grade steel is present in every household of the country in some way or the other. The presence of SAIL steel in every significant aspect of the country truly entitles it to proclaim that “There’s a little bit of SAIL in everybody’s life”.

Shri Anil Kumar Chaudhary

Shri Anil Kumar Chaudhary

Chairman Steel Authority of India Limited

Mr. Anil Kumar Chaudhary is Chairman of Steel Authority of India Limited since September 22, 2018. He serves as Managing Director and a Director at Steel Authority of India Limited. He was Director of Finance at Steel Authority of India Limited (“SAIL”) since September 2011 until 2018. Prior to this, he was working as Executive Director (F&A) at SAIL/Bokaro Steel Plant/Bokaro till 31st August, 2011. Before joining Bokaro Steel Plant, he worked as General Manager (F&A) at SAIL Corp. Office/New Delhi. He joined SAIL in the year 1984 as Junior Manager (F&A). He has accomplished a number of assignments during his career in SAIL. In particular, he has contributed in the areas of Treasury and Banking Operations, Foreign Exchange Management, Capital Budgeting, Cost & Operations Budget, Financial Concurrence and Administration of Centralized Gratuity and Superannuation funds. He is an Associate Member of the Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) & Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). In addition, he is also an alumni of Faculty of Law Studies (FLS) & Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) of Delhi University, from where he completed LLB, Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management respectively. He has also attended a few International Programmes on Finance & Business Management viz. Advanced Financial Management Programme from Royal Institute of Public Administration (RIPA), London,Specialized Management Programme from Management Development Institute, European School of Management, etc. He has been a regular faculty for various reputed Institutions on areas related to Finance/Management.