- 16 Jul 1610:24 PMTata Steel’s Kalinganagar steel project in Odisha targets to sell 1.5 million tonne of hot rolled (HR) coils in FY17, the first year of its commercial operation.
- 11 Jul 1602:26 PMBritain said on Monday it could still take a stake in Tata Steel's largest assets, including the Port Talbot plant, or offer loans in order to find a buyer after the Indian steelmaker said it was pausing the sale.12:26 AMIt’s early days for the Tata Steel-ThyssenKrupp joint venture as the German steel major is in discussion with many companies.
- 10 Jul 1612:02 AMGerman conglomerate ThyssenKrupp on Saturday defended merger talks with Indian rival Tata Steel saying the consolidation of the sector in Europe was necessary due to the "difficult economic situation".
- 09 Jul 1610:28 PMTata Steel is looking at upcoming e-auctions by state-controlled miner Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) to secure iron ore supplies for its greenfield steel plant at Kalinganagar.12:00 PMLiberty House Group said it would continue to discuss possible acquisitions of parts of Tata Steel's British business after the steelmaker said on Friday it was putting the process of selling its major assets on hold.02:43 AMTata Steel has put the process of selling its major British assets on hold because of the uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote and surrounding pension liabilities and will now also look at forming a joint venture, the company said.12:58 AMPutting an end to speculations, Tata Steel on Friday announced it has cancelled sale of its UK business and initiated talks with Germany-based ThyssenKrupp AG for a possible joint venture for its Europe business, including UK operations.
- 08 Jul 1608:55 AMTata steelworks Port Talbot, WalesBrexit is proving to be an additional hurdle for Tata Steel’s plans of selling its loss-making UK assets.12:56 AMA file photo of workers holding placards and banners as they wait for Britain's Business Secretary Sajid Javid to leave the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot, South WalesUnite, Britain’s largest trade union, called on Tata Steel to give binding
- 06 Jul 1612:46 AMTata Steel, the country's largest steel producer, will be holding board meeting in Mumbai on Friday where the management will be discussing bidders' proposals received for the UK unit, sources close to the development told Business Standard today.
- 05 Jul 1612:28 AMImposition of a minimum import price (MIP) on steel products since February has started to benefit domestic companies. Essar Steel and Tata Steel have recorded significant production growth in flat and value-added products in the quarter ended March.
- 04 Jul 1605:28 PMTata Steel is planning to conduct a roadshow in Singapore soon to draw investors for the industrial park at Gopalpur in south Odisha.12:49 AMThere are two sides to Tata Steel, a struggling European operation at the centre of attention since the $12-billion acquisition in 2007 and a consistently profitable Indian business that has managed to outperform not only its other half by far but also12:33 AMTata Steel is set to freeze auction of its UK steelworks while it assesses the fallout of the Brexit vote, a media report said on Sunday.
- 30 Jun 1612:30 AMKoushik ChatterjeeThe UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) is not holding back Tata Steel from pursuing the sale of its plants in Britain.“So long the sale process is on.
- 27 Jun 1612:38 AMThe Brexit last week has acted as a further spanner in Tata Steel’s efforts to get rid of its loss-making UK business.
- 26 Jun 1611:06 PMAs Britain decides to exit European Union, all the three trade unions in the region-- Unite, GMB and Community have raised concerns over the fate of its 146,000 (active and inactive) members who are part of the British Pension Scheme under Tata Steel's UK08:15 PMThe Brexit development of last week has acted like a further spanner in Tata Steel's efforts to get rid of loss-making UK business.
- 25 Jun 1612:58 AMThe prospects of Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) have come as a rude shock to Indian companies, as they are likely to face lower sales, increased cost of operations, immigration barriers for their employees and a fall in export earnings.