Indian Coast Guard partners with Jindal Steel & Power for the supply of indigenous marine-grade steel

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and Jindal Steel & Power (JSP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on May 7 in New Delhi to increase indigenous content in shipbuilding, particularly focusing on enhancing the supply of indigenous marine-grade steel.

  1. The partnership highlights the importance of public-private partnerships in addressing complex security challenges, emphasizing collaboration between government agencies and the private sector.
  2. Key benefits outlined in the MoU include ensuring quality, grades, and dimensions of marine-grade steel, with designated steel plants earmarked for manufacturing.
  3. The timely supply of marine-grade steel to shipbuilding yards serving the ICG is a crucial aspect of the partnership.

Q: Indian Coast Guard (ICG) partnered with which private company for the supply of indigenous marine-grade steel?

a) Reliance Industries
b) Tata Steel
c) Jindal Steel & Power (JSP)
d) Bharat Forge Limited

Ans : c) Jindal Steel & Power (JSP)

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