08.11.2012 [4-traders] - TataSteel has today expanded its aerospace operations in China by opening its second aerospace service centre in the country. The new facility in Xi'an complements its existing operation in Suzhou, opened in 2009, and aims to serve the growing demand
03.11.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - To brace up for the coming winter months and to provide required welfare measures to the captive wild animals, TataSteel Zoological Park has made all the arrangement for its inmates. Officials of Tata Zoological Park, informed that mat and hay is
03.05.2012 TataSteel (BSE: 500470), formerly known as TISCO and Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited, is the world's sixth largest steel company, with an annual crude steel capacity of 31 million tonnes. It is the largest private sector steel company in ...
10.02.2012 TataSteel, the largest producer in India, unexpectedly reported a loss for the last three months of 2011, hit by weak demand. The company saw a net loss of 6.03bn rupees ($122m; £77m) in the third quarter, TataSteel said in ...
08.11.2012 [This is Scunthorpe] - delivery: Jon Bolton, right, director of TataSteel's long products, presents a plaque to Capt Marlon D. Flor on the Clipper Bari-Star, on the occasion of the delivery of the first cargo of Benga coking coal to TataSteel. The fall over the period from
08.11.2012 [domain-B] - The Odisha government has served notices to 103 iron ore mining lease holders, including TataSteel Ltd and the Aditya Birla Group's Essel Mining and Industries Ltd, for producing more iron ore than they are permitted, the state's steel and mines
08.11.2012 [Business Today] - TataSteel, which has captive iron ore and manganese mines and dolomite quarries in Odisha, was slapped a fine of about Rs 6,000 crore on charges of "illegal and excess mining" at its iron ore mines. Acknowledging the receipt of notices, the company in
08.11.2012 [Equity Bulls] - TataSteel is in the process of developing a coking coal mine in Mozambique and an iron ore mine in Canada to enhance integration levels of TataSteel Europe (TSE). The total capex remaining for the Mozambique project is US$100mn-150mn, while the