A Review on Productivity and Quality Improvement through Optimization of Input Parameters in the Indian Rolling Mills

[Amit Bankar, Hemant Bansod, Vijay Kalbande, Pankaj Jaiswal] Volume 5: Issue 1, March 2018, pp 18-23

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.1.5.20180302
Abstract - India has risen as the fourth biggest steel delivering country on the planet, according to the current figures discharge by World Steel Relationship in April 2011. The Indian steel industry represented around 5% of the world's aggregate generation in 2010. Steel re-rolling is a standout amongst the most essential portions of the steel business, as it constitutes an unavoidable connection in the aggregate inventory network of iron and steel. The auxiliary steel creation constitutes around 57% of the aggregate steel generation in India. It essentially happens in steel re-moving factories (SRRM) that as a rule are family-run little and medium undertakings (SMEs) with 75% of units in the little scale. The steel business in India is one where supervisors appear to firmly have confidence in the customary method for working together, which could bring protection against any new quality change device like lean and six-sigma. This paper manages the investigation of the Indian moving plant and the impact of the different information parameters on the profitability and quality. 

Index terms – Productivity and quality improvement, Indian rolling mills, optimization of the input parameters.

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