The KR Steelunion tradition goes back to 1900 with Khemchand and Rajkumar, Pioneering the steel business in India. These were men who recognised the needs of the country, and set about fulfilling them.
The vision and foresight of Mr. Rajkumar helped him develop and introduce several products in the Indian market, many years ahead of other manufacturer.
Products like steel files, nuts and bolts, refractory materials and ceramic potteries
which began successfully competing against fireign imports in the mid-thirties.
This then is the legacy that KR Steelunion has been following since 1900. A legacy that has made it today's multi-plant, multi-product reality!

KR Steelunion. Setting Records; then breaking them.

Pioneering innovation in the entire industries. Yes, KR STEEL were the first to introduce the electrolytic tinning process in - strappings in continental Asia... the first to make the box - strappings in the country... the first to set up an automatic rolling mail out side the public sector... the first to install a barrel reconditioning plant and scrap - bailing press... and the first to create steel service center in India. 
KR Steelunion has been first in a lot of ways for a long time.
SINCE 1900.

The thrust has been given. The momentum countinues. Today KR Steelunion's three plants hum with activity... producing tinplate, tin-mill black plate, tin-free steel, steel bars, wire rods and continuous cast billets.

Amidst the quit and peace of Kalyani, the Wire Rod Coils Division rolls steel bars, rods and wire rod coils every year.
The Steel furnace Division's two 18 - tonne electric arc furnaces have an annual capacity of 36,000 tonnes of steel, using a double strand continuous cast facility for the manufacturer of billets and ingots.

The hustle and bustle of nearby Bombay provides a perfect backdrop to the Tin-Plate and Tin -Free Steel Division. Here with machinery from WEAN of USA, the Plant and tin-free steel.
The Steel Processing Division has a capacity of precision slitting and cutting to length upto 60,000 tonnes of flat rolled products.

The wide-width rolling at Kandla has an annual capacity of 100,000 tonnes of cold-rolled sheets, tin-mill black plates, tin-plates, tin - free steel, and printed and lacquered sheets.