Better
Everyday

Better Everyday.
In pursuit of excellence.

Excellence is not a state, but a journey. It is the combination of relentless efforts to become better and do better, every day.

At JSW steel Limited (JSW Steel), exploring newer and improved ways of maintaining leadership across everything we do is intrinsic to us. Be it steel production, community empowerment, environmental initiatives or continuous innovation, we achieve the best and strive to make it better.

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At JSW Steel, with a successful run at present and a positive outlook ahead, ‘Better Everyday’ is our motivation to race against ourselves in attaining excellence. It is our way of life.

FY 2017-18: Best ever annual performance

16.27

MnT
Crude steel production – highest ever in a year

3%

15.55

MnT
Saleable steel sales

6%

14,794

` CRORE
Operating EBITDA

22%

71,503

` CRORE
Revenue from operations

18%

6,113

` CRORE
Net Profit After Tax

76%

25.71

`
Diluted earnings per share

76%

y-o-y growth

The Six Capitals Driving JSW Steel

Financial Capital
16%

ROCE

Refers to the funds available to the Company to create value utilisation in asset creation and production processes, or funds generated by its operations.

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Manufactured Capital
91%

Capacity Utilisation

Pertains to the facilities for steel production and processing, including the structures and equipment at the plants, along with supporting infrastructure for logistics, warehousing and sales.

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Human Capital
37%

Training Hours Per Employee

Includes the skills, capabilities, experience, diversity and level of motivation of the on-roll and contractual employees along with their safety, wellbeing and the ability to align with the organisation’s vision.

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Intellectual Capital
16%

New patents filed

Covers the knowledge base of the organisation, and includes the systems, processes, patents, trademarks, copyrights and new value-added products developed through R&D, improvement initiatives and collaboration with institutions.

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Social and Relationship Capital
61

` CRORE
CSR Expenditure

Refers to the trust-based, mutually beneficial relationships of the Company with key stakeholders such as investors, customers, vendors, society and government, among others.

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Natural Capital
2.59

TCO2/TCS
Specific Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Includes resources such as iron ore, coal and other minerals along with air, water, energy land and biodiversity, which are either utilised by the Company or impacted by its operations.

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JSW Steel
at a glance

  • Corporate Overview
  • Value Chain
  • Geographic Presence
  • Product Portfolio

Corporate Overview

JSW STEEL LTD. IS INDIA'S LEADING INTEGRATED STEEL MANUFACTURER WITH CAPACITY OF 18 MTPA

JSW Steel is the flagship company of the JSW Group, a $13 billionworth leading Indian conglomerate. It is the most efficient steel producer in India and has the ability to expand capacities at lower costs. The Company has one of the lowest conversion costs in the steel industry and is constantly striving to further improve this metric. JSW Steel is among the fastest-growing companies in India and has a strong track record on project execution.

8,600+

Retail outlets till date

5

Iron ore mines owned ensuring seamless availability of raw material

7

Manufacturing facilities in India

650,000

Beneficiaries of CSR activities

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Value Chain

1st Phase

Raw Materials

2st Phase

Inbound Logistics

3rd Phase

Manufacturing

4th Phase

Processing

5th Phase

Outbound Logistics

6th Phase

Use

7th Phase

Recycling

Geographic Presence

With a comprehensive product offering and highly visible trade channels, JSW Steel has established presence in diverse markets across the globe. The global footprint of the Company includes over 100 countries, spread across five continents.

Plant Locations (Domestic)

Product Portfolio

Flat Products

Hot Rolled

Cold Rolled

Galvanised

Colour Coated Products

Electrical Steel

Long Products

TMT Bars

Wire Rods

Special Alloy Steel

New in FY18

JSW Everglow

Chairman & Managing Director’s
Message

Dear Stakeholders,

It is with great pride and pleasure that I report to you at the end of a very successful financial year that saw us report market-leading numbers, together with the triggering off of multiple strategic initiatives aimed at realising our long-term vision.

During the year, we launched our revamped Group brand identity. Elucidated through the tagline, ‘Better Everyday’, our new brand positioning is all about being ‘a bold and unwavering transformer’. It demonstrates our drive to make ‘better’ every life we touch; be it our employees, our business associates, our customers, the communities around our plants and facilities, or the industry fraternity at large.

Sajjan Jindal
Chairman & Managing Director

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Stakeholder Engagement
& Materiality

Stakeholder Engagement

JSW Steel’s overall business strategy and day-to-day business decisions ensure that the interests of all its stakeholders are safeguarded. The Company has formal mechanisms to continually engage with its key stakeholders to understand their expectations and concerns.

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  • CUSTOMERS

  • EMPLOYEES

  • COMMUNITY

  • GOVERNMENT

  • INSTITUTIONS

  • CIVIL SOCIETY
    & INVESTORS

  • SUPPLIERS

Materiality

Material issues are those that have direct or indirect impact on an organisation’s ability to create, preserve or deplete economic, environmental and social value for itself, its stakeholders and the society. At JSW Steel, the identification of material issues goes beyond prioritising and addressing risks to helping the Company capitalise on emerging opportunities.

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Key performance indicators

Profit & Loss Statements

Gross Turnover (` crore)

6%
  • 2017-18
    70,091
  • 2016-17
    59,560
  • 2015-16
    45,288
  • 2014-15
    56,572
  • 2013-14
    54,621

Operating EBITDA (` crore)

13%
  • 2017-18
    14,794
  • 2016-17
    12,174
  • 2015-16
    6,401
  • 2014-15
    9,402
  • 2013-14
    9,165

Operating EBITDA Margin (%)

 
  • 2017-18
    21.1
  • 2016-17
    21.9
  • 2015-16
    15.4
  • 2014-15
    17.7
  • 2013-14
    17.9

Balance Sheet

Net Fixed Assets (` crore)

 
  • 2017-18
    57,141
  • 2016-17
    57,858
  • 2015-16
    55,185
  • 2014-15
    50,591
  • 2013-14
    45,484

Net Debt Equity Ratio

 
  • 2017-18
    1.38
  • 2016-17
    1.85
  • 2015-16
    2.18
  • 2014-15
    1.55
  • 2013-14
    1.54

Shareholder Metrics

Dividend Per Share (`)

31%
  • 2017-18
    3.20
  • 2016-17
    2.25
  • 2015-16
    0.75
  • 2014-15
    1.10
  • 2013-14
    1.10

Book Value Per Share (`)

 
  • 2017-18
    113.91
  • 2016-17
    92.68
  • 2015-16
    77.65
  • 2014-15
    92.21
  • 2013-14
    87.60

Operational Metrics

Crude Steel Production (MTPA)

 
  • 2017-18
    16.27
  • 2016-17
    15.8
  • 2015-16
    12.56
  • 2014-15
    12.63
  • 2013-14
    12.17

Saleable Steel Sales (MT)

 
  • 2017-18
    15.55
  • 2016-17
    14.77
  • 2015-16
    12.13
  • 2014-15
    12.03
  • 2013-14
    11.86

Specific Water Consumption (m3/TCS)

 
  • 2017-18
    4.14
  • 2016-17
    3.61
  • 2015-16
    4.52
  • 2014-15
    4.57
  • 2013-14
    4.89