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The steel we produce is used in making iconic structures, smarter cities, and cleaner and safer automotive solutions. We are exploring uncharted territories in new technologies and materials to develop new businesses and value-added products while acting responsibly to ensure a long-lasting positive impact on the society and environment.

Our steel has gone into the making of futuristic structures and buildings across the globe.

Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan

The London Eye, London

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Bogibeel Bridge, Assam, India

Kempegowda International Bogibeel Bridge, Assam, India Airport, Bengaluru, India

FY 2018-19
Highlights (Consolidated)

26.80 MnTDeliveries
` 1,57,669 Cr.Turnover
` 29,770 Cr.EBITDA
` 9,098 Cr.Profit After Tax (PAT)

YEAR AT A GLANCE Achievements of today for a brighter tomorrow

Turnover `70,611 Cr.
CAPEX `3,677 Cr.
Enriched/Value-added Products 8.6 MnT
GHG Emissions Intensity 2.34 tCO2e/tcs
Solid Waste Utilisation 99%
EBITDA Margin 29%
Crude Steel Production 13.23 MnT
Revenue from By-products `3,426 Cr.
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) 0.29
Specific Water Consumption 3.5 m3/tcs
Profit After Tax (PAT) `10,533 Cr.
Total Sales 12.7 MnT
Savings through Shikhar25 `2,801 Cr.
Customer Satisfaction Index (Steel) (Out of 100) 81.6
CSR Outreach >1.1 million

* All figures are on a Standalone basis as on March 31, 2019

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FROM THE CHAIRMAN’S DESK Well positioned to capitalise on opportunities

Dear Stakeholders,

It is a privilege to write to you as the Chairman of the Board of Tata Steel.

Financial Year 2018-19 was a good year for your Company, wherein your Company executed well on its strategic roadmap and delivered a strong financial performance.

Last year in my communication to you, I shared with you the Company’s strategy to leverage the growth potential of the Indian economy by pursuing both organic and inorganic growth opportunities.

N. Chandrasekaran

Chairman of the Board

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MANAGEMENT SPEAKPrudent steps for a stronger tomorrow

Q: How has Tata Steel group performed in Financial Year 2018-19?

Financial Year 2018-19 was a strategically important year for us. Even though the macro environment remained mixed, we progressed significantly on our strategic goals, focussing on operating performance to register the highest ever EBITDA, enhancing our footprint in India through the acquisition of Bhushan Steel and Usha Martin Steel businesses, and strengthening our balance sheet through significant deleveraging from the peak debt post the acquisition of Bhushan Steel.

T. V. Narendran

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Koushik Chatterjee

Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer

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ORGANISATIONAL OVERVIEWWell positioned to capitalise on opportunities

Established in Jamshedpur, India in 1907, Tata Steel is a flagship entity of the 150-year old Tata group. Embodying the vision of the Tata group founder, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, Tata Steel group, today, is one of the world’s most geographically diversified steel producers and is recognised as the hallmark for corporate citizenship and business ethics.

Tata Steel has manufacturing units at Jamshedpur, Jharkhand and Kalinganagar, Odisha with production capacities of 10 MnTPA and 3 MnTPA, respectively. In Financial Year 2018-19, the Company initiated a 5 MnTPA expansion project at Kalinganagar to enhance its cumulative capacity to 8 MnTPA.

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We aspire to be the global steel industry benchmark for Value Creation and Corporate Citizenship.

We make a difference through;

Our People Our Offerings Our Conduct Our Policies Our Innovative Approch


Consistent with the vision and values of the founder Jamsetji Tata, Tata Steel strives to strengthen India’s industrial base through effective utilisation of staff and materials. The means envisaged to achieve this are cutting edge technology and high productivity, consistent with modern management practices.








Investing in tomorrow with efficiency, strategy and prudence

At Tata Steel, we endeavor to optimise returns for providers of financial capital. We seek to maximise surplus funds from both business operations as well as relevant monetisation of assets and investments. We are seeking to invest our surplus in attractive growth opportunities in our core market. We also continue to opportunistically raise finance based on prevailing market conditions at the best possible cost and on suitable flexible terms given the cyclical nature of the steel industry.

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Cash Generated from Operations`19,726 Cr.
Net Debt to Equity0.42
Basic EPS`90.41

OUR CAPITALSManufactured

In pursuit of excellence, beyond tomorrow

India’s first private integrated steel company, Tata Steel, is engaged in mining, iron-making, steelmaking, casting, rolling, finishing, supply chain, and marketing and sales. We have been strengthening our operations through a combination of organic and inorganic growth initiatives. Our steelmaking operations at Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar secure raw material supply from captive iron ore mines.

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Acquisition of Bhushan Steel5.6 MnTPA
Kalinganagar Phase II5 MnTPA
Record production at Tata Steel13.23 MnT

OUR CAPITALSIntellectual

Innovating tomorrow with technology and digitalisation

Tata Steel aspires to be a pioneer in leading the fourth industrial revolution and is committed to developing cutting-edge technologies, and design solutions, that help transform processes, leverage digital technology to improve efficiencies, and enhance customer experience.

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R&D spend`216 Cr.
Patents granted72
New products* launched114


Preparing people for tomorrow

We have a strong commitment towards our people, which is demonstrated through our industry-leading employee welfare practices and a culture of working together. Industrial harmony of over 90 years and a century-old trade union is a testament to our culture of working together.

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32,984Employees on roll (India)*
49%Reduction in LTIFR in last 10 years
~6.5 % Women in the workforce


Conserving natural resources for tomorrow

At Tata Steel, we continuously strive to protect the environment. Our philosophy of minimising environmental impact and promoting resource efficiency guides our investment decisions to monitor and mitigate the impact of our operations. The iron and steel making process involves the use of natural resources such as iron ore, coal, limestone and ferroalloys and is water and energy intensive. The GHG (particularly CO2) and dust emissions emitted during the process are key contributors to air pollution and global warming. Maintaining sustainable operations and continually making improvements to our products and processes help us minimise our environmental footprint.

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Featured among top 7 integrated steel companies globally in CDP 2018
Y-o-Y reduction in specific water consumption ~8.5% TSJ ~10% TSK
100% LD slag utilisation at TSJ and TSK

OUR CAPITALSSocial and relationship

Strengthening relationships for a sustainable tomorrow

Our long-term relationships with customers, suppliers and communities are key to our business sustainability. Nurturing these relationships for the long term is integral to our strategy.

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>1.1million lives touched through CSR initiatives
Customer satisfaction index (steel) consistently above 80 (out of 100) over the last 4 years
~1,400 suppliers trained through Vendor Capacity Advancement Programme (VCAP)

APPROACH TO VALUE CREATIONFocussed on delivering
long-term value

As a leading steel manufacturer, we are committed to delivering products, providing services and creating employment opportunities that contribute towards sustained economic and social value. We have a structurally strong business model. We focus on operational excellence and are leaders in chosen market segments. We intend to create value by maintaining our leadership position through scale, cost leadership and innovation.

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Our imperatives for long-term value creation

Tata Steel BSL
Steel Plant


Focus on strengthening footprint in India – Best positioned to leverage growth opportunities in India

Steel Plant


Ensure seamless completion of capacity expansion at Kalinganagar by 5 MnTPA

The Shard,


Focus on reducing leverage through higher operating cash flows, monetisation of non-synergistic ventures and strategic restructuring

Graphene Centre, The Shard,
London Jamshedpur Steel Plant


FExpand downstream product portfolio: ~30% of total volume from downstream products

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"Tata Steel’s Services & Solutions business was envisioned with an aim of contributing 20% to the organisation’s revenue and creating a better future for consumers with innovative products. Key brands in the portfolio include Tata Pravesh (Wall Opening Solutions - steel doors and windows with the elegance of wood), Artifurn (Modular wardrobes), Nest-in (Construction Solutions) and Steel n Style (Steel office and home furniture). The video showcases key highlights of this promising journey."