Mineral Enterprises Limited (MEL) is India’s most progressive and scientific mining company with a focus on mining, trading and exports, logistics and infrastructure development. We deliver quality minerals for export and domestic consumption by stringently adhering to global standards of mineralogical recovery.

The key elements that distinguish us from other resource companies are the quality of assets, deep inventory of growth projects, customer-focussed marketing, on-time deliveries and business ethics. Progressive mechanization and modernization of mining operations with a responsible approach to our eco-system have yielded rich dividends. Today, MEL is among the leading private sector exporters of medium grade iron ores to China.

MEL’s dedication to the cause of exploration, exploitation and business transaction of minerals and mining products has earned us goodwill and success from all our partners. MEL has developed iron and manganese ore mines to cater to the needs of steel, ferromanganese, engineering and chemical industries. Today, MEL ores are seen as quality products that display our ability to combine consistency in grades with seamless on-time delivery capabilities. This has made MEL the preferred vendors for leading steel mills in Asia.

Human resource is central to the success of our business. We have a management philosophy of entrusting responsibility with accountability at the workplace and reassuring our faith, our team led by experienced and professional managers has been the first to intensively adopt latest technologies for extraction, beneficiation and logistics operations. This has brought down our extraction costs well below the industry benchmarks. Also, such a well-charted approach has aided us in maintaining our uncompromising quality of ore products offered to our global customers.

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Mining industry welcomes verdict

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By G Subhash Chandra | ENS - CHITRADURGA            Published: 19th April 2013 09:45 AM Vice president of Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI) and MD of Mineral Enterprises Limited, Basant Poddar, on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court’s green signal for reopening of the Category B mines and to shut down Category C mines permanently in the state.

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Mineral Enterprises resumes mining -- B…

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Muralidhara Khajane The Supreme Court’s nod for resumption of mining by 18 companies classified under Category A by the Central Empowered Committee (CEC) has provided the much-needed relief to the mining sector in the State.

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It may take 2-3 months to start mining i…

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Ajay Sukumaran : Wed Apr 25 2012, 03:44 hrs The Supreme Court last week partially lifted the mining ban in Karnataka to allow iron-ore mines with the least amount of irregularities (category A) and with a size of more than 50 hectares each to resume mining operations provided they get clearances for reclamation and rehabilitation (R&R) plans. The mining industry estimates that this would make available at least 5 million tonne of ore. Basant Poddar, chairman of the southern region of the Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI), tells Ajay Sukumaran that the industry body has begun the process of detailing...

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21 companies likely to resume iron ore m…

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Federation of Indian Mineral Industries submits reports Iron ore mining by 21 companies is likely to commence soon in the State, said a senior official of the Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI) here on Wednesday. R.K. Sharma, Secretary General, FIMI, said that the organisation has submitted reports for 21 of the 44 A Category mines (those that have not committed any irregularities, according to the Central Empowered Committee, which was appointed by the Supreme Court).

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Karnataka Lok Ayukta favours complete ba…

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Mahesh Kulkarni  |  Bangalore September 4, 2011 Last Updated at 00:21 IST Iron ore exports from Karnataka can soon become a thing of the past, if the state government implements a key recommendation of the Lok Ayukta (ombudsman) regarding a complete ban on export of the commodity.

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