Singareni should achieve highest coal production in history this year: CMD
700 lakh tonnes of coal has tobe transported.
450 nilion cubic metres fo over burden has to be removed
• Area GMs to visit mines for a week and encourage the workers to achieve the targets.
• Strict measures will be taken on corrupt practices.
• Chairman & MD makes it clear at the meeting with the GMs of all areas.
Singareni C & MD Sri. N. Sridhar instructed that Singareni has to achieve the highest coal production, transport and OB removal like never before in the history of Singareni and to achieve this ,every day and every month the targets set have to be achieved. He held a special meeting on the targets of this financial year with the Directors and GMs of eleven areas via video conference from Hyderabad Singareni bhavan today.
He said that due to Covid 19, coal production and transport was not up to the mark last year. But since this year new mines are being started, contractors have been finalised and demand for coal has increased and due to these favourable conditions coal production, transport, turnover, and profits must be record breaking and through this the welfare of the employees will also be record breaking.
He said that he has personally spoken to the collectors of 5 districts for land acquisition and R &R problems in starting new mines, Director Finance Sri. N. Balaram also held special meetings with the Collectors and all the area GMs must take special initiative to ensure that the promises of the collectors are implemented.
He made it clear that he is ready to sanction funds for any new proposals pertaining to achieve targets.
The General Managers of respective areas must visit the mines in the first week of April and explain to the workers the progress achieved by Singareni in the past 6 years and explain the targets that are to be achieved this year and encourage them to achieve the targets. He requested the cooperation of all the officials and employees for achieving the targets. He suggested that the explosives required for open cast mines can be imported from other countries if necessary.
He said that all the General managers must show leadership skills and problem-solving abilities and, in this process, if there are any proposals, he will be favourable and sanction funds.
He also warned that strict action will be taken against any negligence towards work and corrupt practices.
Executive Director (Coal movement) Sri. J. Allwyn, Advisor mining D.N.Prasad. Advisor forestry Sri. Surendra Pandey, GM coordination and marketing Sri. Suryanarayana participated from the Hyderabad office. Director operations and P Sri.S. Chandrashekar, Director finance (projects and planning) Sri. N. Balaram, Director E&M Sri. D. Satyanarayana participated from Kothagudem Corporate. GMs of all areas participated in the meeting.