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Tata Steel

  • World’s second-most geographically diversified steel producer
  • Commercial presence in over 50 countries with employees across five continents
  • Lowest cost producer of steel in Asia
  • Second largest steel producer in Europe with a crude steel production capacity of over 12.1 MTPA
  • Crude steel production in India stood at 16.92 million tonnes in FY21
  • Consolidated total turnover of Rs. 156,294 crores (US$ 21.05 billion) in FY21.

Tata Steel is currently the world’s second-most geographically diversified steel producer with an annual crude steel capacity of 34 million tonnes per annum (MTPA). The company one of the few steel operations that is fully integrated – from mining to the manufacturing and marketing of finished products. Continuous improvement in its product and service portfolio, along with success in value creating initiatives for customers, allows the company to serve global growth markets. Today, it operates in 26 countries and has a commercial presence in over 50 countries with employees across five continents. The company’s raw material operations are spread across India and Canada which helps it to be self-sufficient in steel production.

Company Website: https://www.tatasteel.com

Tata Steel – We also make tomorrow

2021

In June 2021, Tata Steel received the GreenPro Certification for Rebars by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Green Business Centre for Building Materials. GreenPro Ecolabel enables end-users to make an informed choice about buying steel that have the lowest environmental impact.

In May 2021, Tata Steel held first-of-its-kind technology convention called Mat-e-Reality, a two-day event that was scheduled from May 26, 2021 to May 27, 2021. The event was aimed to serve as a platform to discuss innovative materials that can enable new technologies and solutions while aiming to protect and conserve the environment.

In April 2020, Tata Steel Limited and Tata Steel Europe were recognised by ‘worldsteel’ among 2020 Steel Sustainability Champions for the fourth year in succession.
2020

In December 2020, Tata Steel was recognised as the “Best Organisation Contributing in Sports through CSR” at the FICCI India Sports Awards 2020.

In November 2020, Tata Steel launched a new coated product brand named ‘Galvanova,’ a 55% Aluminium-Zinc alloy coated product to address the evolving and unmet requirements of the Medium and Small-Scale Enterprises (MSMEs).

Tata Steel was associated with the world’s largest cricket stadium, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Motera, the venue for ‘Namaste Trump’ event
2019 Tata Structura achieved the India’s Most Trusted Brand Award from International Brand Consulting Corporation
2019 Tata Steel introduced India’s first organised steel retail store ‘steeljunction’ in a new avatar
2019 Tata Sponge Iron, subsidiary of Tata Steel announced the completion of acquisition of Usha Martin Ltd.

2018

Company’s plant at IJmuiden, Netherlands recognised as ‘Manufacturing Lighthouse’ by the World Economic Forum (WEF)
Completed acquisition of Bhushan Steel Limited

2017

Announced signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Germany's Thyssenkrupp AG to create a leading European steel enterprise

2015

Inaugurated Kalinganagar Steel plant in Odisha

2010

Entered into an MOU with NMDC Ltd to explore the possibility of acquisition, exploration and development of mines

2007

Acquired Corus, Europe's second largest steel producer, for US$ 12 billion, making the company the world's sixth largest steel producer

2005

Signed a definite agreement to acquire shares and invest equity in Milennium Steel Thailand

2000

Inaugurated a 1.2 MTPA Cold Rolling Mill Complex

1993-94

Commissioned a Hot Strip Mill with a capacity of 1 MTPA which was the third-phase of the modernisation programme

1988

The second phase of modernisation concentrated on iron-making area

1980

Started the first phase of four-phased modernisation programme

1955

Signed an agreement with Kaiser Engineering for two million expansion programme

1943

Howrah Bridge was constructed from steel supplied by the company

1925

The New Rail Mill Merchant Mill and Sheet Mill went into operation

1918

Established India's first steel (coke) plant in Jamshedpur

1911

Commenced the operations of first blast furnace

1907

Incorporated under the name Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd

 

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India's current steel producing capacity of is ~140 mtpa and the figure is anticipated to rise to 300 mtpa by 2030-31.