Mjunction Services limited
|Privately held joint venture of Tata Steel and SAIL|
|Founded 📆||February 2001|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Kolkata, India|
Number of locations
|41 Across The Globe|
Area served 🗺️
|Vinaya Varma - MD and CEO|
|Products 📟||e-auction, business process management, e-commerce|
|Revenue🤑||INR 1,48,294 Crore (2019)|
Number of employees
|Above 900 (2019)|
Mjunction Services limited is a 50:50 joint venture of two Indian steel conglomerates – the Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and Tata Steel. It started operating in 2001 and was initially called metaljunction.com. It is today India’s largest eCommerce company (having eTransacted worth over Rs 8,06,402 crores until date). Headquartered in Kolkata,West Bengal, it primarily facilitated the online sale of steel. Subsequently, it moved into new areas of business and now offers eSelling, eSourcing, eFinance, and knowledge services across diverse industry verticals. Overall, Mjunction is present in 41 locations in India and abroad.
Mjunction was established to help redesign and improve business processes of a supply chain or an industry. This would in turn create value for the industry in a sustainable and scalable manner. Mjunction has facilitated transactions worth more than INR 2 lakh crores..
Mjunction is an ISO 9001:2008, ISO 27001:2005 and a CMMI Level 5 certified company.
MD and CEO Vinaya Varma has taken Mjunction to a new milestone of INR 1,48,294 Crore in FY19 while cumulative transaction value is INR 8,06,402 Crore
Viresh Oberoi, former CEO and MD, had led the company from inception till 2016. From a fledgling start-up in 2001, the company has e-transacted worth over Rs 3,50,000 crores till FY'15. Business volume of the company in terms of transactions has increased from Rs 94.35 crore in FY'02 to Rs 151,108 crore in FY'15.
In FY16, the topline of the B2B e-commerce company Mjunction grew 33% and bottomline went up by 44% as it focused on generating value for its customers in a particularly difficult economic situation.
Supply chain services
Mjunction exists on both sides of the supply chain and serves both sellers and buyers. It uses the Internet and online auctions with the objective of making the entire process of buying and selling steel transparent in India, freeing it up of intermediaries.
Influence of cartels in the buying of coal was minimized with the online bidding process. Smallest bidders can transact business here. Till date, Mjunction has sold more than 500 million tonnes of coal in India through its e-auctions.
Mjunction came into existence at a time when the dotcom boom had just gone bust and a B2B e-platform for steel sales was a risky and challenging business proposition. About 70 such exchanges existed worldwide and even while new ones were formed, some others were regularly closing shop. In the early 2000s, the Internet penetration in India was low and steel business was tradition bound.
The company was rechristened to Mjunction services limited in 2007 from erstwhile name of metaljunction.com and broke away from the metals domain. It paid dividend over Rs 100 crore to its promoters, and has never gone back to them for more capital, though it continues to build new businesses till date.
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