Jindal Steel South Africa units file for business protection

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Published: June 26, 2018 4:58:48 PM

Jindal Mining SA, Jindal Africa Investments and filed a notice of the voluntary proceedings on June 12, according to documents posted on Jindal Africa’s website.

Jindal Steel, South Africa, business, protection, bankruptcy, Eastern Solid Fuels, Kiepersol mine, coal production, Jindal Africa, Jindal Mining SA, Jindal Africa Investments and filed a notice of the voluntary proceedings on June 12, according to documents posted on Jindal Africa’s website. (Reuters)

South African units of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. filed for a local form of bankruptcy protection known as business rescue this month.

Jindal Mining SA, Jindal Africa Investments and filed a notice of the voluntary proceedings on June 12, according to documents posted on Jindal Africa’s website. A spokesman for the company didn’t immediately reply to emails seeking comment.

Jindal Mining SA’s main business is coal production at the Kiepersol mine, according to one of the documents. Business-rescue practitioners for the unit have scheduled a meeting with creditors for June 26.

Jindal Africa also has operations in Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania and Madagascar.

Jindal Steel & Power, the Indian steelmaker controlled by billionaire Savitri Jindal’s family, manufactures sponge iron, mild steel, and cement. It also produces power, conducts mining operations for iron ore and coal, and explores for natural gas and oil.

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