November 2015

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:
Keeping the faith
'Kalinganagar has the potential to be bigger than Jamshedpur'
It pays to be generous