Coal India's (CIL) average loading of rakes per day stood at 208.8 during July-September 2017 quarter, up by 7% compared to 195.2 rakes per day on a same quarter comparison of last year. The increase in absolute terms during the period was a strong 13.6 rakes per day.
The overall coal off-take to consumers at 131.58 million tonnes (MT) during July-September 2017 was up by 15.71 MT in absolute terms compared to 115.87 MT during the same quarter last fiscal registering a growth of 13.6%.
Coal India (CIL) is the world's largest coal mining company. It also produces non-coking coal and coking coal of various grades for diverse applications.