Coal shortage in India threatens its manufacturing sectorEverstream Team
November 19, 2021
India Stares Down the Newest Risk to Manufacturing
Since mid-August, India has been facing a shortage of coal after demand for power rose in the manufacturing sector following a deadly second COVID-19 wave.
With such low reserves, the country has issued directives to send a large share of coal to critical sectors like power thermal plants to prevent power outages, while reducing capacity in other industries. As winter season approaches, coal prices are likely to increase further, subsequently affecting prices of iron, steel, and aluminum in production costs in the coming months.
Read the latest special report to learn about the supply chain challenges caused by the coal shortage in India and gain insight for what companies can do to mitigate the risks.
Download the report.
Key Report Insights
- Overview of shrinking coal inventories and review of state government response amid shortages
- Summary of high-risk energy-heavy commodity industries
- Outlook for what companies, homes, and shareholders can anticipate
- Recommendations for companies reliant on the daily use of coal in their supply chain operations
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