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Inbuilt excellence for
tomorrow and beyond

Our fully integrated operations – from mining to finished steel production – enables us to deliver superior value proposition. We invest continuously in process efficiency and state-of-the-art technology with a relentless focus on innovation.



The Jamshedpur plant is our flagship facility and is among the first steel plants in Asia. It is also the only facility in India to produce steel at the same site continuously for over 100 years. Our sustainable growth has been driven by operational excellence and culture of continuous improvement.

In FY 2019-20, Tata Steel's subsidiary, Tata Steel Long Products Limited, (TSLP) acquired the steel business of Usha Martin Limited with specialised ~1 MnTPA alloy-based manufacturing capacity in long products, at Jamshedpur.

11 MnTPA*

Installed capacity


Commissioned in 2016, the Kalinganagar plant attained production levels at its rated capacity of 3 MnTPA in less than two years. A capacity expansion to 8 MnTPA (Phase II) is currently underway, which will augment our product portfolio with new value-added products while driving operational efficiency.


Installed capacity


Tata Steel BSL's plant in Dhenkanal is one of India's largest integrated steel mills equipped with steelmaking and finishing facilities, with downstream operations at Sahibabad (Uttar Pradesh), Khopoli (Maharashtra) and Hosur (Tamil Nadu).

5.6 MnTPA

Installed capacity

*includes Steel Works, Jamshedpur (Tata Steel) and plant at Gamharia (TSLP)


The making of steel involves complex metallurgical processes and technological expertise of the highest degree. We source most of our required raw materials from our captive mines, which provide supply security and enable us to keep costs low as well as drive resource efficiencies.

With over a century of experience, we strive to uphold responsible mining practices


  • Sourced from two mine groups: Jharia Group and West Bokaro Group
  • Jharia has a leasehold area of 5,500 acres across two colliery groups (Jamadoba and Sijua), five operating underground collieries and washing capacity of 3 MnTPA
  • West Bokaro has a leasehold area of 4,300 acres, with two opencast sites, a coal washing and processing capacity of 6.5 MnTPA, and dispatch circuit and loading station of 7 MnTPA

9.5 MnTPA

Coal washing and processing capacity

Iron Ore

  • Sourced from the captive mines of Noamundi in Jharkhand and Joda, Katamati and Khondbond in Odisha
  • Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar procure 100% of their iron ore requirements from captive mines


Captive iron ore sourcing

Ferro Alloys

  • Supplied by the Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division (FAMD)
  • Minerals sourced from manganese ore reserves of Odisha
  • India’s leading manganese alloy producer