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Milestones Achieved

Year

Milestones Achieved

2015

First time introduced gas fired tunnel log heating furnace.First Aluminum Industry in India to commission casting recovery unit in Die cleaning department thereby reducing the effluent generation and making the process more Environment friendly.New DC casting machine for 6-meter log length commissioned. Highest Production of 80,300 MT.

2014

Two presses of 1160 UST from China and one press of 2000 UST from SMS, Germany have been commissioned with this JAL will have 10 presses with a capacity to produce 1,00,000 TPA of aluminum extrusions.

2013

In its continuous endeavour towards CLEAN AND GREEN ENERGY, the Company has established a 10 MW Solar Power Project near Chitradruga in the state of Karnataka in June 2013. This is the first Solar Project by a private entity in the state and the single largest project in terms of capacity as on date in the state of Karnataka. The Project is expected to generate 18 million units per annum.

2011

7th press commissioned

2010

Plant approval from HSB certification

2009

Quality systems certificate upgraded to IS/ISO 9001:2008

2008

Plant approval from American Bureau of shipping. (ABS)

2007

JAL achieved highest production of 47000 MT in 2007-08

2006

JAL achieved highest production of 45000 MT in 2005-06

2005

JAL commissioned the 6th extrusion press of 4000 ton capacity.It is the largest extrusion press in private sector in India.

2004

JAL achieved a production of 40000 MT of aluminium extrusions, the highest by any manufacturer in the country.

2002

Commissioned a 2200 MT Lindmann, a German made Extrusion Press, which is the fifth one added to the set of extrusion presses. Being the first one in the country to commission a Continuous Log-Homogenizing cum Reheating Furnace, Jindal boasts of being the first extruder in India to have five extrusion presses under one roof.
Established 10 windmills - Total 6.0 MW at Chitradurga District, Karnataka.

2000

Established an Automatic Online Packing Conveyor System for the first time in the country with a completely automatic strapping, weighing, spiral wrapping, bundling and marking facility.

2000

JAL achieved a record production of 29505 MT, which was the highest in the entire industry.

2000

Quality system Certification upgraded to IS/ISO 9001:2000.

1999

Commissioned the 4th extrusion press of 1650 ton capacity. The first fully Automatic Short Stroke Extrusion Press contains a Double Puller, One-man Stretcher, Automatic High Temperature Resistant Belt Conveyor System, and an Automatic Profile Cutting system.

1997

Established 18 Wind Mills producing a total of 4.14 MW of power (generating 135 lakh units per annum), harnessing eco-friendly energy. The entire investment of Rs. 230 million was made from the company’s internal funds.

1996

Jindal Jubilee Gold medal scheme was instituted in 17 Universities and several education institutions all over India.

1995

The company celebrated Silver Jubilee and completed School buildings in 110 villages as part of its social service activity.

1994

First among Secondary Manufacturers to commission imported PLC controlled Hot Top Billet Casting Machine for production of quality aluminum logs, imported from USA.

1994

The company was awarded IS/ISO 9002:1994 Certification, first in the entire Aluminum industry in India and first among Aluminium extruders.

1991

The Company and associate Trusts adopted 100 villages within 50 km radius to provide basic amenities like potable water, medical aids and school buildings.

1990

Also introduced three Mobile Medical Vans to provide free medical services to Rural poor covering 100 villages at their door step.

1990

Established Manav Charitable Hospital, a 100 bedded Charitable Allopathy Hospital with latest and modern equipments.

1989

During 1989-90 Jindal Aluminum Limited achieved an all-time high production of 16400 MT, accounting to 30% of India’s production.

1987

Established Jindal Charitable Hospital providing free treatment to about 800 patients in OPD with all specialties.

1984

Achieved record production of 12983 MT, which was highest in the country then.

1981

Installed most modern and advanced third Extrusion Press of 2200 ton capacity imported from Germany.

1980

Jindal Public School shifted to a most modern building for 1500 students providing best subsidized education.

1979

Established a full-fledged R&D division recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.

1978

The Company founded the Institute of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences - First Institute blending ancient concept of nature cure & yoga with modern diagnostic equipment and a capacity of more than 300 beds

1977

First time in the country an Extrusion Press of 750 ton capacity was totally designed, fabricated and assembled at Jindal Aluminum Limited saving precious foreign exchange.

1976

Sprinkler Irrigation Division was set up as part of diversification of the company's activities. First to produce 8” diameter (200 mm) Irrigation Tubings in the country.

1970

Jindal Aluminum Limited took over the extrusion factory from Jindal (India) Limited.

1968

Jindal Public School was established, which was duly recognized by the Secondary Education Board.

1968

Jindal (India) established the Aluminum extrusion plant at Bangalore. First secondary extrusion facility in India.



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