Corporate Overview

Jindal SAW Ltd. is a part of the USD 18 billion O.P. Jindal Group, one of the country's topmost industry houses and the foremost indigenous steel producers and exporters. It started operation in the year 1984, when it became the first company in India to manufacture Submerged Arc Welded (SAW) Pipes using the internationally acclaimed U-O-E technology.

Jindal SAW Ltd. is in a commanding position in India’s tubular market, being the undisputed leader.

With integrated facilities at multiple locations and an ever expanding market opportunity, Jindal SAW Ltd. has diversified from a single product company to a multi-product company, manufacturing large diameter submerged arc pipes and spiral pipes for the energy transportation sector; carbon, alloy and stainless steel seamless pipes and tubes manufactured by conical piercing process used for industrial applications; and Ductile iron (DI) pipes for water and wastewater transportation. Besides these, the company also provides various value added products like pipe coatings, bends and connector castings to its clients.

Over the years Jindal SAW has continued to gain the confidence and trust of its stakeholders - from employees, associates, shareholders and people whose lives have benefitted by the company's endeavours.

With its vision of sustainable development firmly in place, Jindal SAW has played a leading role in developing livable cities across the world - that in turn has helped transform the lives of people staying in them.

Ensuring timely transportation of oil, gas and water, Jindal SAW helps residents and organizations in numerous cities function efficiently. The pipes produced by the company are energy efficient, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, and help conserve natural resources like water.

At the very core of Jindal SAW is imprinted the conviction of never being content with the success attained and it is constantly striving for newer horizons. New boundaries, new challenges and new opportunities keep the company driven to surge ahead. Venturing forward into different areas of businesses with Jindal ITF, a subsidiary of Jindal SAW, the company is making rapid progress in urban services sectors with:

  • Water, Wastewater and Solid Waste Management
  • Domestic Transport and Logistics
  • Transportation Equipment Fabrication

Having identified the immense potential offered by these sectors for the future, JITF has diversified into five business verticals in these areas: JITF Ecopolis, JITF Aquasource, JITF Vector, JITF Shipyards, and Jindal Rail Infrastructure.

Jindal ITF, a wholly owned subsidiary of Jindal SAW Ltd has entered into a project driven partnership with  Sula Shipping & Logistics Private Limited, pioneers of transshipment and barging of coal at Sandheads for the Farakka transshipment. The project will increase the efficiency of the NTPC-Farakka waterways project which delivers imported coal to Farakka through barges. The project is set to deliver three million tons of coal to Farakka via Hooghly river and ease congestion on rail rakes and roads. The Hooghly and Ganga waterway, under the new initiatives launched by the government will soon form a major supply route to and from the hinterland of North and East Indian industrial areas. The waterway is expected to move significant amount of coal in the next decade. It is further expected that transloading offshore in the NE Bay of Bengal and barging inland will increase to about 24 million tons in the next few years, bringing huge cargo volume directly to Haldia and Kolkata ports and riverine industries. Such potent and cost effective movement will bring about a paradigm shift lowering costs in an eco-friendly manner.