VV Mineral, a heavy mineral mining organisation situated in Tamil Nadu has topped other manufacturers to become the largest exporters of ilmenite in India. They are likewise the first private mining organization to export ilmenite.
VV Mineral Mining mines this placer mineral from the Gulf of Mannar. The interest for this mineral is high and continually climbing as it is extremely valuable in the pigment and steel industry. Most extreme utilization is seen for making Titanium dioxide pigment.
At present, the company delivers a few evaluations of superb sulfate grade Ilmenite which are getting to be progressively looked for after because of their optimal qualities of great absorb ability consolidated with low contained Fe203,U, Th, Cr2O3 and so on.
Today, VV Minerals has eight transforming plants in operation (starting 2013) and have proposed to set up two more plants, which permit us to give a more noteworthy level of item adaptability than for the most part accessible from conventional mineral handling operations.
S. Vaikundarajan, VV Minerals chairman, believes in protecting the environment for a better future. So much so, when planning to set up its new state-of-the-art plant, they intend to use German technology which is environmentally sustainable. The Rs. 100 Crore plant will reduce dependency on water, almost 1/3 savings as compared to any similar plant.
On the beach, during its course of extraction, the company follows a stringent process. After the mining process is completed the nuclear gold is returned to the sand which does not lead it to being exported illegally. VV Mineral, India return the nuclear gold back to the sand, where it belongs, such that it does not get wrongly used.
VV Mineral performs and conducts all their business activities by following government regulations and abiding by the rules. S. Vaikundarajan makes sure that he keeps his employees satisfied and also the people of the nearby rural areas with various CSR initiatives.
VV Minerals has also played a very important role in the development of the mining sector in India by contributing highly towards exports of minerals. A private, heavy mineral mining company, VV Minerals is involved in beach mineral mining. The company procures elements like ilmenite, rutile, zircon and garnet.
The Kerala government is looking to create a roadmap to bar private sector from mining mineral beach sands in the state, after the Supreme Court overruled the High Court’s decision. This consideration comes after a division bench of the Kerala High Court requested the state government to consider 29 pending applications permission for mineral sand mining from private sector and joint sector companies.
Due to the postponement in the renewal of leases for beach sand mining, for a considerable amount of time, the industry was suffering. The Supreme Court’s ruling gives companies such as VV Mineral, India some relief. The Supreme Court has ordered a deadline to be maintained.
VV Minerals, Vaikundarajan one of the country’s biggest sand mining producers is involved in garnet mining, zircon mining, ilmenite mining and rutile mining. A privately owned firm by S Vaikundarajan and son V Subramanian, the firm has garnered a very strong impression in the industry. The firm practises safe and environmentally friendly methods while conducting its business.