The making of steel and more
Glimpses of what Tata Steel has created in Kalinganagar - after long years of struggle - through its tenacity, its capabilities and its commitment to the cause of the community
Putting the smile back on the faces of the people of Kalinganagar has been as much a priority as putting up the steel plant.
Mighty machinery, much of it imported from countries such as Germany, Japan and China, shows the facility’s potency.
A ‘run for peace’ event organised by the company elicited a sprightly response and attracted plenty of employees.
Tata group Chairman Cyrus Mistry during a recent visit to the Kalinganagar plant.
Skills training is an important part of Tata Steel’s resettlement and rehabilitation programme.
A panoramic view of the facility, the largest single-location greenfield project in the Indian steel industry.
|This article is part of the cover story on the setting up of Tata Steel's ultramodern Kalinganagar plant, featured in the October 2015 issue of Tata Review:|
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