History

  • 1952

    The BSRM saga began with the first steel re-rolling mills to emerge in the then East Bengal in 1952.

  • 1984

    Introduced high strength cold twisted steel bars (TORSTEEL) to the construction industry.

  • 1987

    Introduced High Strength Deformed reinforcing steel bars conforming to ASTM 615 Grade 60 for the construction industry.

  • 1996

    Commissioned the then largest billet making plant in the country – Meghna Engineering Works Limited, now known as Steel Melting Works (SMW) unit of Bangladesh Steel Re-rolling Mills Ltd.

  • 2006

    Introduced micro reinforcement wires, below 8mm, for low cost rural construction.

  • 2008

    BSRM Steels Limited commenced production of internationally recognized Grade 500 steel bars branded as “Xtreme500W” conforming to ISO 6935-2.

  • 2010

    BSRM Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. largest billet making plant in the country started commercial production on June 01, 2010.

  • 2015

    BSRM Steel Mills Ltd. the largest ever Induction Furnace based Billet making Plant is commissioned in September

    Enhanced capacity of BSRM Steels Limited from 600,000 MT to 700,000 MT per annum.

    • Announced a new product “BSRM Maxima”
    • Increased capacity of Bangladesh Steel Re-Rolling Mills from 120,000 MT to 450,000 MT per annum which will be the first and largest merchant mill in Bangladesh
    • Listing of Bangladesh Steel Re-Rolling Mills Limited with the stock exchanges (DSE & CSE).
    • Start of trial production of world’s largest induction furnace based billet casting project –“BSRM Steel Mills Limited”.
  • 2016

    Launch of BSRM Ultima, the steel for Special Moment Resisting Frames (SMRF) conforming to BDS ISO 6935-2 Grade 420DWR of 2016, ASTM A 706-15 Grade 60 and BSRM Centura, Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coated (FBEC) rebar conforms to ASTM A 775 which resists chloride induced corrosion and prevents rusting.

  • What’s next?
    Setting up a coal based 150 MW merchant power plant to meet the internal demand as well as to supply to the national grid.