MSTC 'Metal Mandi' to go live by September
The firm is currently holding road-shows to incite interest of buyers and suppliers for the e-trading platform
Shreya Jai |
Last Updated at August 11, 2016 00:01 IST
The steel product e-sale platform being developed by state-owned MSTC Limited will go live in September this year, Union steel minister Chaudhary Birender Singh said at a press conference on Wednesday. When contacted, MSTC officials said the company was currently holding road shows for the e-trading platform.
The platform would be “like the Flipkart for sale of finished and semi-finished steel products”, the official added. “We held a road show in Ludhiana last month. It will now be held in Bhubaneswar, Gurgaon and Delhi. The effort is to educate as many sellers and buyers ...
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First Published: Wed, August 10 2016. 22:32 IST