The world of Tata Steel is one without boundaries – growing, changing and challenging, a world that embraces different skills, continuous innovation, sustainable growth and a better quality of life.
Tata Steel touches the lives of millions of people across the world every day with the steel that it produces. And it is highly likely that Tata Steel has affected your life today, though you may not know it.
Tata Steel is currently the world’s second-most geographically diversified steel producer. It is also one of the few steel operations that are fully integrated – from mining to the manufacturing and marketing of finished products.
Tata Steel was established in India as Asia’s first integrated private steel company in 1907. With this, we also developed India’s first industrial city at Jamshedpur. Today, Tata Steel is among the leading global steel companies. Our annual crude steel capacity across Indian operations is nearly 13 MnTPA and we registered a turnover of US $7889 Mn in FY 2017. Tata Steel has also set up our second greenfield steel plant in the eastern state of Odisha; commissioning the first phase (3 MnTPA) of 6 MnTPA capacity in 2016. Tata Steel possesses and operates captive mines that help us maintain cost-competitiveness and production efficiencies through an uninterrupted supply of raw material. This is how Tata Steel ensures that it remain the lowest cost producer of steel in Asia.
Tata Steel is the second largest steel producer in Europe with a crude steel production capacity of over 12.1 MnTPA. Tata Steel established its presence in the European continent after acquiring Corus in 2007. The manufacturing facilities in Europe comprise hubs (Strip Products Mainland Europe, Strip Products UK and Downstream Operations) and integrated businesses (Plating and Cogent Power). Tata Steel two integrated (blast furnace-based) steel-making sites in Ijmuiden, the Netherlands and Port Talbot, South Wales respectively. Other facilities across Europe produce a variety of special steels, ultra-pure re-melted steels and various rolling and coating lines.
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SOUTH EAST ASIA
Tata Steel’s operations in South-East Asia began in 2004 with the acquisition of NatSteel, Singapore. The operations are run by NatSteel Holdings Pte Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Steel. In 2015, Tata Steel acquired a majority stake in Thailand-based steelmaker Millennium Steel, which strengthened our South-East Asian operations. We are concentrating our efforts in the region to grow our value-added products and services portfolio, while strengthening our key steel operations in Singapore, Thailand and China.