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Tata Steel Limited, with revenues of US$ 22.67 billion in FY 2019, is a leading global steel company with an annual steel production capacity of 33 MnTPA.

Established in Jamshedpur (India) in 1907, the Company took shape from the vision of founder Jamsetji N Tata and is today one of the world's most geographically-diversified steel producers with operations and commercial presence across the world. Tata Steel group is spread across five continents with an employee base of over 65,000.

Focusing on Innovation, Technology, Sustainability & People, the Company strives to be the global steel industry benchmark for value creation and corporate citizenship and become the most admired brand in metals and minerals space.  

Currently, Tata Steel's consolidated India crude steel production capacity stands at 19.6 MnTPA with manufacturing facilities in Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, Kalinganagar and Dhenkanal in Odisha, Sahibabad in Uttar Pradesh and Khopoli in Maharashtra. Recently, Tata Steel has commenced the phase 2 expansion of its Kalinganagar steel plant to 8 MnTPA.

In addition, the Company has several downstream product extensions with manufacturing facilities for Wires, Tubes, Bearings, Agriculture Equipment and Industrial By-products. It also has a Ferro-alloys and Minerals division and a heavy-duty engineering and fabrication unit, Tata Growth Shop.

Tata Steel successfully delivered 16.26 MnTPA of steel to the Indian market in FY 2019, recording an increase of 34% over the previous year due to the acquisition of Bhushan Steel (now renamed as TSBSL) and a ramp up at both Kalinganagar and Tata Steel BSL.

In India, Tata Steel operates an end-to-end value chain that extends from mining to finished steel goods, catering to an array of market segments such as automotive, construction, general engineering etc.

The Company possesses and operates captive mines that ensure cost-competitiveness and production efficiencies through an uninterrupted supply of raw material. Tata Steel’s iron ore mines in Jharkhand and Odisha enable 100% captive iron ore usage and the coal mines in West Bokaro & Jharia ensure ~30% captive coal usage in operations. Tata Steel additionally has a dolomite mine, a chromite mine and manganese mines that ensures steady and cost-efficient supply of raw materials to its ferro alloy plants. A robust presence across the value chain helps the Company achieve higher economic efficiencies and customer satisfaction standards which is one of the best in the industry.

In Europe, Tata Steel is amongst the largest steel producers with a crude steel production capacity of over 12.3 MnTPA. It established its presence in the European continent after acquiring Corus in 2007. With steelmaking facilities in the UK and Netherlands and downstream plants across Europe, it supplies high quality strip steel products to demanding markets such as automotive, construction, packaging and engineering.

In South-East Asia, Tata Steel operations began in 2004 with the acquisition of NatSteel, Singapore. In 2005, it acquired a majority stake in Thailand-based steelmaker Millennium Steel, which further strengthened its South-East Asian operations.

Business Highlights

  •  Recorded strong and best-ever operating performance
  • Commenced Tata Steel Kalinganagar Phase II expansion project to augment the cumulative plant capacity to 8 MnTPA from 3 MnTP
  • Acquired Bhushan Steel (now renamed as Tata Steel BSL), with a total capacity of 5.6 MnTPA, to significantly expand Tata Steel footprint in India
  • Made forays beyond steel production into Services & Solutions, and New Materials such as Graphene and Fibre Reinforced Polymer
  • Took a lead in setting up a steel recycling business to meet the growing demand for steel in a sustainable manner, to formalise the scrap market in India, and help the country transition into a scrap-based steelmaking route
  • An integrated brand campaign #WeAlsoMakeTomorrow showcasing the the impact of Tata Steel in daily life and industry is currently live

Consolidated Financial Results FY19

More details: Tata Steel Investors Page

No. Label 2018-19 (Rs crore)
1 Revenue 157,669
2 EBITDA 29,770
3 PAT 9,098
4 Deliveries 26.8 MnT

Standalone Financial Highlights FY19

More details: Tata Steel Investors page

No. Label 2018-19 (Rs crore)
1 Revenue 70,611
2 EBITDA 20,744
3 PAT 10,533
4 Deliveries 12.69 MnT

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