We are India’s lowest cost producer of steel. Our history and journey are inextricably linked to the Indian growth story; and we have helped build the nation’s industrial narrative, since the time we laid the foundation of India’s first industrial city in Jamshedpur more than 100 years ago.
capacity of tata steel BSL
formerly known as bhushan steel
PRODUCTION AND SALES
CRUDE STEEL PRODUCTION
NEW PRODUCTS DEVELOPED
PROFIT AFTER TAX
India’s first steam ageing facility for ‘accelerated weathering’ of LD slag was commissioned at Tata Steel Jamshedpur.
In India, Tata Steel operates integrated manufacturing facilities in Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar, with captive iron ore and coal mines, a dolomite mine, a chromite mine and manganese mines spread across Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha.
The making of steel depends on natural resources such as iron ore, coal and other minerals, which constitute our key raw materials. Our steelmaking operations at Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar secure 100% of their iron ore requirement from captive sources and this remains one of our biggest operational strengths. It helps us maintain cost-competitiveness and derive production efficiencies, while insulating us against volatility in the open market.
Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division
Tubes manufacturing and tinplate
tarapur, pithampur, killa
noamundi, joda east, katamati, khondbond
Iron ore mines and quarries
Open cast coal mines
jamadoba group, sijua group
Underground coal mines
joda, bamnipal, gopalpur
Ferro alloys plant
joda west, bambebari, malda, tiringpahar
Asia’s first integrated steel plant
Tata Steel Jamshedpur (TSJ) is our flagship facility. From driving the first stake into the soil of Sakchi village in 1908 to becoming India’s steel city, Jamshedpur (also known as Tatanagar) is the soul of the Tata story.
An industry benchmark
TSJ sets the yardstick for specific consumption of energy, refractory, pulverised coal injection and coke rates in India
Initiative to roll out process safety through a ‘Centre of Excellence’ methodology at Jamshedpur has been appreciated by World Steel Association as the ‘Best Practice’ of 2018 across the industry
Availability of critical manufacturing units
Our focus on asset management using data analytics and predictive modelling, has resulted in >90% availability of our key manufacturing units at Jamshedpur.
Hot rolled coils
Cold rolled coils
India’s largest single-location
greenfield steel project
Tata Steel Kalinganagar (TSK) is our second integrated steel plant in India, manufacturing high-end flat products. Spread over 3,000 acres and commissioned in 2016, TSK attained production levels at its rated capacity in less than two years. We installed state-of-the-art equipment and modern facilities to achieve a highly cost-competitive and productive plant. TSK is designed to have a minimal water as well as carbon footprint.
Key digital enablers
High-speed data extraction
Predictive maintenance deployment
Data-backed decision- making and real-time monitoring
Artificial intelligence modelling
Key operational highlights
Following the successful implementation of Phase I of the Kalinganagar Project in Odisha, we initiated the next phase of capacity expansion in Kalinganagar in FY 2018-19.
The project configuration and costs include investments in raw material capacity expansion, upstream and mid-stream facilities, infrastructure and downstream facilities. This will help us make value-added products like cold rolled galvanised and annealed products, as well as meet the requirements of automotive, general engineering and other high-end quality product market segments.
expected project completion
Tata Steel is home to a comprehensive portfolio of products
and brands, catering to multiple industries and segments.
From the vehicle you drive, to the house you live in; from the
bridges you cross, to the hand tools that you use; the steel we
produce is an integral part of your everyday life.
Agri Equipment (B2B)
Fencing, Farming and Irrigation (B2C)
Galvanised Iron (GI), Wires, agricultural and garden tools, conveyance tubes
The trust that Tata Steel has garnered in the past 110+ years is an irreplaceable asset created through the efforts of colleagues. Our leaders guide us towards a better tomorrow, as we take this legacy forward and seek opportunities to create new value in the age of accelerating change.
standing (left to right)
T. V. Narendran
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
V. K. Sharma
Executive Director and
Chief Financial Officer
sitting (left to right)
O. P. Bhatt