Tata Steel has in its lineage some of the world’s most pioneering and respected entities – the Tata Group itself, British Steel, Koninklijke Hoogovens and Natsteel. What binds together every member of the global Tata Steel family is a shared corporate culture, shaped by value-based guiding principles that underpin every business decision.
About Tata Steel
Established in 1907 as Asia's first integrated private sector steel company, Tata Steel Group is among the top-ten global steel companies with an annual crude steel capacity of over 29 million tonnes per annum. It is now the world's second-most geographically-diversified steel producer, with operations in 26 countries and a commercial presence in over 50 countries. The Tata Steel Group, with a turnover of US$ 24.82 billion in FY 13, has over 80,000 employees across five continents and is a Fortune 500 company.
Tata Steel’s larger production facilities comprise those in India, the UK, the Netherlands, Thailand, Singapore, China and Australia. Operating companies within the Group include Tata Steel Limited (India), Tata Steel Europe Limited (formerly Corus), Tata Steel Singapore and Tata Steel Thailand.
The Tata Steel Group’s vision is to be the world’s steel industry benchmark in “Value Creation” and “Corporate Citizenship” through the excellence of its people, its innovative approach and overall conduct. Underpinning this vision is a performance culture committed to aspiration targets, safety and social responsibility, continuous improvement, openness and transparency.
In 2008, Tata Steel India became the first integrated steel plant in the world, outside Japan, to be awarded the Deming Application Prize 2008 for excellence in Total Quality Management. In 2012, Tata Steel became the first integrated steel company in the world, outside Japan, to win the Deming Grand Prize 2012 instituted by the Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers.
Tata Steel founded India’s first industrial city, now Jamshedpur, where it established India’s first integrated steel plant in 1907. The Jamshedpur Works currently comprises of a 9.7 mtpa crude steel production facility and a variety of finishing mills.
Three new Greenfield steel projects in the states of Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh are underway to augment production capacity further by 23 mtpa.
Mines and collieries in India give the Company a distinct advantage in raw material sourcing. Iron Ore mines are located at Noamundi (Jharkhand) and Joda (Odisha) both located within a distance of 150 km from Jamshedpur. The Company’s captive coal mines are located at Jharia and West Bokaro (Jharkhand).
Tata Steel Europe (erstwhile Corus) has a crude steel production capacity of 18 mtpa. Tata Steel Europe has manufacturing operations in Western Europe, plants in UK, Netherlands, Germany, France and Belgium, backed by a sophisticated global network of sales offices and service centres.
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South East Asian Operations
Tata Steel started its operations in SEA in 2004 with investments in NatSteel Singapore (Tata Steel Singapore) and Millennium Steel (Tata Steel Thailand).
With over 40 years of Steel making experience, Tata Steel Singapore is one of the most prominent steel producers in the Asia Pacific region. It caters to the growing construction industry through its manufacturing presence in Singapore, Thailand, China, Malaysia, The Philippines, Vietnam and Australia.
Tata Steel Thailand is the largest producer of long steel products in Thailand.