This book is about the Indian steel industry and a bit of the global steel through the eyes of a veteran of the Indian Public sector steel industry who rose from a management trainee to the Managing Director and the board of SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited). It also has a glimpse of the Empire of Arcelor Mittal, the company owned by one of the richest Indians at one point of time. The description of dilemma between the PSUs (Public Sector Undertakings) and the private sector and the logic why the Government should not be in business is explained in this book.
K A P Singh had been a veteran of the Indian public sector steel industry in the 90s when he resigned as Director (Commercial) of the Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) in 1999. He had previously been the Executive Director (Works) at the Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) and Managing Director at Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) of SAIL.
Mr. Singh joined Ispat International of L N MITTAL at Mexico, initially as an Executive Director and then was Managing Director there till 2002 after which Mr. Mittal sent him to Nova Hut in the Czech Republic to turn around the newly acquired Ispat Nova Hut. He was subsequently given additional concurrent responsibility of turning around Ispat Polska Stal at Poland as well. These tasks were successfully accomplished. He was finally the Director General at MITTAL Steel Galati as in-charge of all Romanian operations and business. After formation of Arcelor MITTAL in 2006, Mr. Singh retired and returned to India by 2007.
Have doubts regarding this product?
Safe and Secure Payments.Easy returns.100% Authentic products.