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TATA STEEL Ltd.

Introduction
In the past by 100 glorious years of experience in steel making, Tata Steel is the
world’s 6th largest steel company with an existing annual crude steel production capacity of
30 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA). Established in 1907, it is the first integrated steel
plant in Asia and is now the world`s second most geographically diversified steel producer
and a Fortune 500 Company. Tata Steel has a balanced global presence in over 50 developed
European and fast growing Asian markets, with manufacturing units in 26 countries.
Vision

Tata Steel vision is to be the global steel industry benchmark for “ Value Creation
and Corporate Citizenship”. They offer, by becoming the supplier of choice,
delivering premium products and services, and creating value with our customers

Mission

Revitalize the core business for a sustainable future. Uphold the spirit and values of
TATAs towards nation building.

Competitors
Company name

Market share %

Jindal steel

SAIL

TISCO

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20.8%

ESSAR LTD

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12.43%

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15.06%
40.94%

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RINL

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10.7%

Board Of Directors

Mr R N Tata

Mr B Muthuraman

Mr Nusli N Wadia

(Company Director)

Mr S M Palia

(Company Director)

Mr Ishaat Hussain

(Board Member)

Dr Jamshed J Irani

(Board Member)

Mr Subodh Bhargava (Board Member)

(Chairman)
(Managing Director & CEO)

Awards
 Tata Steel India awarded the Deming Application Prize 2008 for excellence in Total
Quality Management. It is the first integrated steel company in the world, outside
Japan to get this award.
 World Steel Dynamics has ranked Tata Steel as the world's best steel maker (for two
consecutive years) in its annual listing in February 2006.
 Tata Steel has been conferred the Prime Minister of India's Trophy for the Best
Integrated Steel Plant five times.
 It has been awarded Asia's Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise award five times in
2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Production

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700. Training Services:  Engineering and technical skills training 3 .Tata steel annually produces 9 millions tones of steel in india and 21.  Campus Relationship. making it the fifth largest steel producer in the world. manufacturing / marketing and service activities.  Tata Wiron (galvanized wire products). to enhance the net worth of human capital and to obtain the best possible person-tojob. Human Resource Employees – 78.  Employee Development. Products  Tata Shaktee (Galvanized Corrugated Sheets )  Tata Tiscon (re-bars).4 million tones overseas .  Tata Pipes (pipes for construction) and  Tata Structura (contemporary construction material). Tata Bearings.  Being fair and consistent.  Tata Agrico (hand tools and implements). The group is manned by skilled manpower in all work areas like mining. Recruitment  Tata Steel's recruitment policy is designed to attract the right talent at the right time.which will contribute to company's effectiveness.

Marketing  Tata has operations in 24 countries and commercial presence in over 50 countries.08 Earning Per Share – 63. the first of its kind in India.92 Quick Ratio – 3. way back in 1935.52 Operating Profit – 8244.85 SWOT Analysis Strength  Tata Steel is the world’s sixth largest steel company  Tata steel is the “ WORLD’s BEST STEEL MAKER “ Weakness  Low perception among investors about the company’s management and ability to sustain growth.12 crores . Finance  Net Profit in the year2007 is 2.  Tata Steel is the world’s sixth largest steel company with an existing annual crude steel capacity of 30 million tonnes per annum. Opportunities 4 .54 Debt-Equity Ratio – 1. stands as a testimony to the spirits of the early pioneers and the vision of the founder of TATA STEEL LIMITED. The Company’s strength in research and development has consistently helped to meet the challenges of growth and change. Current Ratio – 3.62. Training of trainers  Recruitment services  Management development programmes Research &development The establishment of a Research Department.409. in the year 2008 it is increase to      3914.

Orissa was signed between the Indian government and the German companies Fried Krupp und Demag AG.5 mT and utilize iron ore and 5 . India is the seventh largest steel producer in the world.. which belongs to the SAIL (Steel Authority of India Ltd.e. The Indian steel industry is organized in three categories i. The capacity of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP).  Big threat from Financial Crisis.) group.com Industrial profile: Steel Industry in India is on an upswing because of the strong global and domestic demand. Threats  Heavy competition from his competitors. has put Indian steel industry on the global map. The origin of the modern Indian steel industry can be traced back to 1953 when a contract for the construction of an integrated steelworks in Rourkela. is presently about 2 million tonnes. Bibliography www. They explore in titanium dioxide business in Tamil Nadu.000 tones. At a very early stage the former USSR and a British consortium also showed an interest in establishing a modern steel industry in India. Suggestions  The company should manage its investments effectively. other major producers and the secondary producers.tatasteel. The main producers and other major producers have integrated steel making facility with plant capacities over 0. This resulted in the Soviet-aided building of a steel mill with a capacity of 1 million tonnes in Bhilai and the British-backed construction in Durgapur of a foundry which also has a million tonne capacity. India's rapid economic growth and soaring demand by sectors like infrastructure. The initial plan was an annual capacity of 500. at home and abroad. real estate and automobiles.  High carbon ferro-chrome plant in South Africa. Findings  Tata steel obtained cheaper financial resources than previous years. main producers. According to the latest report by International Iron and Steel Institute (IISI). but this was subsequently raised to 1 million tonnes.

Through investments in Corus. sponge iron and melting scrap to produce steel. Tata Steel is the world’s 6th largest steel company with an existing annual crude steel production capacity of 30 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA). Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata. electric arc furnaces. His vision helped Tata Steel overcome several periods of adversity and strive to improve against all odds. 6 . Norway and Belgium. Germany. that on 27th February. 1908. induction furnaces and energy optimizing furnaces that use iron ore. South East Asia and the pacific-rim countries. (2) Approximately 650 mini blast furnaces. Established in 1907. while the other major producers are ESSAR. it is the first integrated steel plant in Asia and is now the world`s second most geographically diversified steel producer and a Fortune 500 Company. Company profile : Introduction : 100 glorious years of experience in steel making. providing feedstock for steel producers. and (3) Forward linkage with about 1. The main producers are Tata Steel. Singapore. The secondary sector is dispersed and consists of: (1) Backward linkage from about 120 sponge iron producers that use iron ore and non-coking coal. with manufacturing units in 26 countries. the first stake was driven into the soil of Sakchi. SAIL. Tata Steel has created a manufacturing and marketing network in Europe. which manufactured over 20 MTPA of steel in 2008. and RINL. It was the vision of the founder. Millennium Steel (renamed Tata Steel Thailand) and NatSteel Holdings. has operations in the UK. the Netherlands. France. Corus.. Tata Steel has a balanced global presence in over 50 developed European and fast growing Asian markets. ISPAT and JVSL.200 re-rollers that roll out semis into finished steel products for consumer use.coal/gas for production of steel.

black sheets. sleeper bars. sleepers. light structurals.100 each issued at par. billets. beaters.During the year 7. plates. bars. sheet bars. tin bars. shares of Rs.The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited was formed in 1907 at Mumbai. and special steels tools such as picks. galvanised sheets. The Company manufactures rails. duplex electric and a combination of these processes. sulphate of ammonia.Iron and steel are made by the open hearth. heavy structurals. blooms.370 per share. 1919 .50. coal tar. etc. tyres and axles.00. skelp and strip.During the year 1. wheels. and the steel is rolled into finished products. fishplates.History : 1907 . 1917 . 6181 second pref. hammers and shovels and red-oxide. shares forfeited. 7 .000 equity shares issued at par and 26.250 deferred shares issued at a premium of Rs. .000 second pref.

642. the flagship of the Tata group.The Steel Division of the Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd.30 each converted into 292.2 million tonne cold rolling in Jamshedpur. (Tata steel) has won the `JRD QV Award' for 2000.500 bonus equity shares issued in prop. shares of Rs.1954 .85. 1:1. 1956 . to jointly bid for Steel Authority of India's (SAIL) Salem Steel Plant.During the year 12.00.1:1.000 right equity shares issued in prop. . the collaborative Internet business model.During the year. 8750 defd. .500 equity shares of Rs.000 tonnes of high carbon ferro chrome during 2000-01.The Company has incorporated the first phase of mySAP.The Tata Iron and Steel Company (Tisco) has introduced a pilot freight rationalisation project in the eastern region in line with the recommendations of global consultants Booz Allen. 2000 . .Tata Steel has tied up with the POSCO-Hyundai steel processing venture located in Chennai for getting its cold rolled coils processed. has entered into an understanding with Tata International to export 30 per cent of the production at the steel major's new 1.Tata Steel. . . one of the world's largest steel manufacturers. to strengthen customer relationship.com. .75 each.The Company is expanding into chrome ore and ferro chrome production as an area of growth and plans to produce 2.Tata Steel has been awarded the All-India Trophy for Top Exporters in the category of Manufacturing Units. . 8 .Tata Steel is in talks with Usinor of France. and a premium of 30 per share. the highest recognition of total quality within the Tata Group.

.Tata Steel has emerged as the world's leading steel maker in a study carried out by World Steel Dynamics (WSD). Kalyani Steel and the public sector Steel Authority of India are all set to form a three-way joint venture for undertaking e-commerce activities in the steel sector.Tata Tiscon . The company has been ranked at the top among 12 companies WSD 9 . .Stewarts and Lloyds of India Ltd. Steel Authority of India. . independent B2B steel marketplace.The Company has informed that. . operate and transfer basis. 2001 .Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd. . following a successful open offer to the shareholders of TSSL. .Tata Steel commissioned its fifth stamp charged coke oven battery at its coke plant-2. Tata Steel and Kalyani Steel have signed MoU for creation of Internet based. . .Credit Rating and Investment Services of India Ltd.Tata Steel has launched its latest branded steel product -. has placed the Rs 26. global.Tata Steel bagged the coveted CII-Exim Bank award for Business Excellence for 2000.IBM India and Tata Steel have signed an IT agreement by which Tata Steel will outsource its IT requirements from IBM India.a speciality construction grade steel which will be available in the retail market. .Tata SSL has become a subsidiary of Tata Iron and Steel Company. is the recipient of National Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance for the year 2000.42 crore nonconvertible debenture programme of the company on a rating watch with positive implications.Private sector steel majors Tisco. a subsidiary of Tata Steel.Tata Steel has bagged the Prime Minister's trophy for the best performing steel plant for the year 1998-99. has set up a propane handling/bottling plant for Tata Steel at Jamshedpur on build. . own..

-Tisco gets lenders proposal to acquire Neelachal Ispat Nigam Limited (NINL) -Tata Steel signed an agreement with its consortium partners for setting up its titania project in Tamil Nadu. -Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd has informed BSE that Mr S A Sabavala has resigned from the Board of the Company w e f October 01. NIM is one of the biggest and fully mechanised iron ores in the newly formed State of Jharkhand. -Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd has informed that on his demise on October 28. 2002.Tata Steel has increased its price of hot rolled (HR) and cold rolled (CR) galvanised products by Rs 500 per tonne with effect from October 1 2002 . sponsored by ministry of commerce. NIM was incorporated in 1925. entered in to a power distribution business. 2002. Mr Mantosh Sondhi has ceased to be a Director of the company. 2003 -Tata Iron & Steel co. Managing Director. -Tata Steel has been awarded Engineering Export Promotion Council National Award for outstanding export performance for the year 2000-2001. Tisco has began distributing power in Jamshedpur.Tata Steel is setting up a joint venture with IQ Martrade Holding Und Management of Germany to facilitate efficient handling of cargoes and provide the full gamut of port management at various ports in India.TATA Steel's Noamundi Iron Mine (NIM) has been given away the Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra Award 2000 instituted by the National Afforestation & Eco-Development Board under the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests. Irani. NIM is supplying high-grade iron ore to Tata Steel's Jamshedpur plant. Tata Steel said at a news conference on July 18. . Ltd. govt of India. Dr J.J. 10 .has identified as world class steel makers. .

who had to quit as managing director of agrochemical major Rallis India following heavy losses during the last financial year.-Tata Steel's mines division as well as its ferro alloys & mineral division (FAMD) have bagged 24 awards in group events and 21 in individual events in the different categories of safety competitions -The Tatas have appointed Rajeev Dubey. The flat products division of Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd (Tisco) was awarded the ISO/TS 16949 certification on March 30 -Jamshedpur Utility and Services Company (Jusco).the online trading and procurement joint venture of Tata Steel and Steel Authority of India (SAIL). a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Steel. has bagged an order from Tata Steel for setting up a facility for on-site supply of oxygen. nitrogen and argon. as advisor to Tata Steel managing director B Muthuraman. The company would build an air separation plant with control systems adjacent to Tata Steel's works at Jamshedpur. 2004 -Tata Steel April-Dec output of crude & saleable steel over 3 million tonnes -Tata Steel gets Petroleum Conservation Research Association award for energy conservation -Tata Steel breaks JV with Veolia Water -Swosti group takes over Tisco property at Gopalpur --Metaljunction (MJ). the Bangalore-based industrial gases supplier. -Tata Steel records good performance on advance tax payment talks -Praxair.has roped in UTI Bank to start off own equipment for Tata Steel. has tied up with Canadian Minnaean Building Solutions for using its patent on high gauge steel-based housing and construction 11 .

Tata Steel ranked among global companies in the world's most respected companies survey. -R&D team conferred the 'Technology Day Meritorious Invention Award' by the National Research & Development Corp (NRDC) -Tata Steel launched "Wiron". 2005 12 . -Solid Energy. will be supplying high quality coking coal to Tata Steel. aiming at a sales target of three lakh tonnes -Tata Steel. 2004.-Tata Steel's Ferro Alloys & Minerals Division (FAMD) and Bearing Division received the CII award for 'Significant Improvement in Productivity' for 2003-2004. USA. country's largest integrated steel producer in private sector announced a partnership with SAP India for offering business software solutions for the industry -Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd has informed that with effect from August 01. New Zealand's largest producer. 2003 for corporate social responsibility -Tata Steel's Sukinda Chromite Mine in Orissa has been conferred the SA: 8000:2001 certification conferred by the Social Accountability International (SAI). Solid Energy recently signed a three-year contract with Tata Steel for supplying high-grade coking coal -Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd (Tisco) have signed a barter agreement with one of China's top trading companies to exchange its iron ore for coke . a branded galvanised wire. Mr Koushik Chatterjee has been appointed as Vice President Finance -Tata Steel buys Singapore's NatSteel -Tata Steel and Larsen & Toubro (L&T) signs definitive agreement to form a 50:50 joint venture for setting up a port at Dhamra in Orissa on October 29. distributor and exporter of coal. 2004.

2bn acquisition of Corus Group plc. 13 . have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding. -Tata Steel sets up steel retail store Steeljunction 2006 -Tata steel sets up Jiggling and hydro-cyclone plant -Tisco establishes processing unit at Noamundi mine -Tata Steel signs JV Agreement with Tata Power to set up captive power plants. 2007.Tata Steel signs MOU with Vietnam Steel Corporation for the proposed steel project in Ha Tinh province in Vietnam.-Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd signs Joint Venture Agreements with Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization to join them in proposed steelmaking projects and mining operations in Iran. . -Tata Steel completes œ6. whereby the Company will become a strategic investor in Riversdale's Mozambique Coal Project. -On August 03. a joint venture between Tata Steel and West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation. -Tata Steel has signed a memorandum of understanding with Nippon Steel Corporation of Japan for its proposed 6 million tonne per annum steel plant in Kalinganagar. 2007 -Tata Steel enters into Share Purchase Agreement with Rawmet Ferrous Industries. the Tata Steel Ltd and Riversdale Mining Ltd. has been allotted 180 acres of land for its proposed metallurgical coke and power plant project at Haldia. by acquiring 35% stake in it for a sum of A$ 100 million. in Jajpur district of Orissa -Hoogly Met Coke and Power Co Ltd.

processes and products.Per Share. Vision:  Our people. by fostering team work. delivering premium products and services. enhancing leadership capability and acting with pace. and creating value with our customers.-Tata Steel Ltd has informed that Riversdale Mining Ltd and the Company have signed an agreement to establish a special purpose joint venture vehicle to develop a hard coking and thermal coal project at key coal exploration tenements held by Riversdale in Mozambique. pride and passion. -Tata Steel Ltd and SODEMI sign a Joint Venture Agreement for Mount Nimba Iron Ore deposits in Ivory Coast. West Africa. Mission:  Revitalize the core business for a sustainable future.  Our innovative approach. 2008 -Tata Steel has concluded an alliance pact with the Al Bahja Group of Oman for the development of the Uyun limestone deposits at Salalah in the Sultanate of Oman.  Our offer. by becoming the supplier of choice. nurturing talent. respecting the environment. Awards: 14 . 290/. by providing a safe working place. Uphold the spirit and values of TATAs towards nation building. by developing leading edge solutions in technology. -The company has issued rights in the ratio of 1:5 at a premium of Rs. scaring for our communities and demonstrating high ethical standards.  Our conduct.

The group is manned by skilled manpower in all work areas like mining.  Tata Steel has been conferred the Prime Minister of India's Trophy for the Best Integrated Steel Plant five times.  Tata Pipes (pipes for construction)  Tata Structura (contemporary construction material). Tata Bearings. 2007 and 2008. Tata Steel India awarded the Deming Application Prize 2008 for excellence in Total Quality Management.  World Steel Dynamics has ranked Tata Steel as the world's best steel maker (for two consecutive years) in its annual listing in February 2006. 15 . 2004. It will pursue management practices designed to enrich the quality of life of its employees.  Tata Wiron (galvanized wire products).700. It is the first integrated steel company in the world. 2006. fairness and equity in all its dealing with its employees. manufact It is committed to equal employment opportunities for attracting the best available talent and ensuring a cosmopolitan workforce. It will aim at ensuring transparency. Human Resource : Employees – 78. Products:  Tata Shaktee (Galvanized Corrugated Sheets )  Tata Tiscon (re-bars).  It has been awarded Asia's Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise award five times in 2003.  Tata Agrico (hand tools and implements). outside Japan to get this award. develop their potential and maximise their productivity.

The Company’s strength in research and development has consistently helped to meet the challenges of growth and change. to enhance the net worth of human capital and to obtain the best possible person-to-job. 16 .  Being fair and consistent. which will contribute to company's effectiveness.  Employee Development.Tata Steel will strive continuously to foster a climate of openness.  Campus Relationship. the first of its kind in India. stands as a testimony to the spirits of the early pioneers and the vision of the founder of TATA STEEL LIMITED. Training Services:  Engineering and technical skills training  Training of trainers  Recruitment services  Management development programmes Research &development: The establishment of a Research Department. way back in 1935. mutual trust and teamwork Recruitment :  Tata Steel's recruitment policy is designed to attract the right talent at the right time.

Before marketing here too R&D plays major roles. A. A new saga began. TATA STEEL LIMITED had already supplied 2. Meanwhile in civil front too. Objectives Sustainability issues are reflected through specific social and environmental objectives and targets accepted by the top management as a part of Vision. silicon-chrome-tungsten steel for pneumatic tools. the then Viceroy was highly impressed and for the services rendered by TATA STEEL LIMITED during the war. Jerri Cans and other materials for Allied Forces. Research & Control Lab. It supplied varieties of low alloy structural steel –TISCORM. the First World War was over and at the instance of the Indian Government. TATA Steel’s R&D made significant contributions for the construction of How rah Bridge over river Roughly in Calcutta.. 17 . Canada. beside others.400 km of special Steel Rails and 3 Lakh tons of special grade steel for the manufacture of Combat Helmets. Malaysia and China. Lord Chelmsford. the Foundation Stone of the new R&D Building was laid by Mr. tungsten carbon steel for taps and cartridge drawings dies. Korea. R&D never slept…. but it was only in 1935.(1935) After a short while the Second World War began. Not that there were no provisions or facilities to carry out laboratory tests for improvement in quality and production standard earlier. the then Director of Tata Sons Limited before a distinguished gathering. the R&D stood the test of time supplying special grade steels like TISCORM and TISCOR to the army both of which bore adequate strength to manufacture Bullet proof Armour Plates and cannon shells for use in the war. Years passed by and TATA Steel’s products found markets around the globe. Die-steel was supplied for manufacture of small coins. Taiwan. France.By that time. when on Nov 6th. Dalal. USA. And again the Government of India turned for supplies of steel to TISCO and as before. Germany.R. low-tungsten steel for Hacksaws. chrome-carbon steel for Razor blades and Stainless heat-resistant steel for the Post & Telegraphs. Today its products are being exported to countries like the United Kingdom.

(0747 GMT). religion or disability.To achieve its sustainability goals. Tata Steel shares were up 4. which account for about a quarter of the group's annual global capacity of 30 million tonnes. prioritised and are the prescribed goals for Corporate Sustainability Management. At 1. to enhance the net worth of human capital and to obtain the best possible person-to-job.35 rupees in a strong Mumbai market. Conform to statutory regulations 18 .17 p. which will contribute to company's effectiveness. race. These stakeholder concerns are analysed. Tata steel carees: Tata Steel's recruitment policy is designed to attract the right talent at the right time. and an 18 per cent increase in May.5 percent at 406. The five core values underpinning the way the Tata companies conduct business are: • Integrity • Understanding • Excellence • Unity • Responsibility The world's sixth-largest steelmaker has seen strong demand from its Indian operations. Mapping and identifying stakeholder concerns through a structured engagement and feedback process has been initiated. Sustainability at the Tata Group and Tata Steel has always been value-driven. age. Its Indian operations posted a 31 per cent rise in sales in April. the organisation has identified 12 key enterprise processes critical to the growth and success of the organisation.m.  Being non-discriminatory on the grounds of sex. The senior management of Tata Steel tracks the performance of the targets against each strategic goal. The Company's Recruitment Policy aim at:  Being fair and consistent.

Exe.Independent Director T Mukherjee Non Executive Director H M Nerurkar Executive Director 19 .Exe. medical and aviation.Independent Director B Muthuraman Managing Director Andrew Robb Non.Exe. Organisation structure : Name Designation R N Tata Chairman / Chair Person Nusli N Wadia Director Suresh Krishna Director Jamshed J Irani Director Jacobus Schraven Non.Tata Steel offers careers in various streams of competence embracing areas from technology and strategy to research.Independent Director Kirby Adams Additional Director James Leng Deputy Chairman S M Palia Director Ishaat Hussain Director Subodh Bhargava Director Anthony Hayward Non. marketing.

respectively.4 million tones overseas . crude steel and saleable steel production over the corresponding month. Production of hot metal. making it the fifth largest steel producer in the world. over June. Tata Steel completed the month of June with a significant increase in its hot metal. The figures are appended below: Production & Sales Performance Production & Sales Performance Figures in ‘000 tonnes Items June 2008 2009 % Q1 FY’09 FY’10 % Change Chang Hot Metal 499 Crude Steel 425 Saleable 382 578 514 526 e 16 21 38 1387 1253 1187 1685 1503 1542 21 20 30 Steel Sales 497 19 1159 1418 22 419 20 . last year.Production: Tata steel annually produces 9 millions tones of steel in india and 21. 2008. crude steel and saleable steel in June this year went up by 16 per cent. 21 per cent and 38 per cent.

201.322.35 36.83 6.43 580.49 7.70 6.543.00 7.094.12 45.52 363.06 0.367.46 3.44 15.52 21.41 271.47 202.479.44 5.14 58.799.92 2.194.468.00 7.157.97 23.85 0.699.960.00 5.91 4.18 0.83 -1.741.913.64 Net Current Assets Current Assets.00 4.75 1.59 8.68 3.19 6.00 0.11 off TOTAL 45.755.82 155.67 0.486.99 7.889.097.069.16 14.63 553.32 1.895.97 Notes: Book Value of Unquoted Investments 3.505.671.38 2.56 6.103.520.886.085.45 9.06 (Cr.78 8.83 5.34 14.00 8.67 147.96 2.45 9.790.477.48 0.48 12.12 2.411.707.318.256.97 252.37 0.42 553.196.11 4.49 0.845.322.497.119.80 Miscellaneous Expenses not written 155.799.271.440.191.62 0.506.25 369.472.252.878.279.42 Number of Equity shares outstanding 73.43 21 .00 6.97 73.933.392. Loans & Advances 38.58 1.41 324.97 252.432.78 0.916.18 4.90 4.66 12.05 55.758.62 7.010.18 3.17 6.741.21 763.889.74 2.62 7.61 Less: Current Liabilities & Provisions 9. cr Period & months SOURCES OF FUNDS Owned Funds Equity Share Capital Share Application Money Preferential Share Capital Reserves & Surplus Loan Funds Secured Loans Unsecured Loans TOTAL 2008/03 2007/03 2006/03 2005/03 2004/03 730.00 13.106.997.029.42 23.501.21 -1.00 8.48 12.00 8.09 -2.45 Investments 4.Finance: Balance sheet : Rs.239.27 214.223.00 0.935.78 252.271.12 16.41 Total Net Current Assets 28.35 55.00 0.11 5.) Bonus component in Equity Capital 252.00 9.00 4.14 USES OF FUNDS Fixed Assets Gross Block Accumulated Depreciation Less: Revaluation Reserve Net Block Capital Work-in-progress 16.793.65 2.146.67 0.07 5.872.73 13.58 3.368.53 253.407.

49 290.83 23.61 34.72 50.669.24 63.63 16.80 99.00 112.00 4.00 106.56 13.260.65 2.185.85 240.872.43 20.02 275.27 298.11 300.00 107.74 Profitability Ratios OPM GPM NPM RONW 41.crs 2014/03 2013/03 2012/03 2011/03 2010/03 Per Share EPS CEPS Book Value Dividend/Share Operating Profit / Share Net Operating Income / Share Free Reserves / Share 63.44 41.66 213.95 127.43 2.031.78 36.53 31.34 2.93 3.Market Value of Quoted Investments 3.41 47.00 43.88 33.94 37.35 77.979.40 147.76 22.74 86.78 16.50 119.00 94.31 15.10 36.250.61 261.48 122.76 22 .31 273.952.42 39.36 176.91 23.19 38.77 73.79 10.23 62.25 72.69 Contingent liabilities 9.47 26.92 86.85 75.079.05 2.08 7.27 32.48 64.26 13.02 Financial ratios: Rs.70 23.983.52 1.85 269.

693.28 8.37 29.82 3.956.87 8.454.61 1.85 0.54 -175.112.654.489.38 0.02 0.00 -48.224.25 0.29 36.288.699.39 15.53 1.95 6.02 1.43 -155.61 819.59 2.33 26.90 701.09 14.72 0.77 52.30 -112.51 2.349.89 1.93 Other Recuring Income Adjusted PBDIT 347.40 1.71 0.88 2.854.57 230.98 Turn Over Ratios Sales/Total Assets Sales/Fixed Assets Sales/Current Assets 0.53 3.17 Miscellaneous No of Days of Working Capital CAR 520.00 Profit & loss: Rs.53 2.364.56 0.224.93 0.62 4.60 0.77 1.244.82 485.884.66 15.89 256.75 902.14 7.91 9.684.80 2.00 131.08 3.95 2.29 775.68 7.72 0.82 1.024.679.83 64.409.50 4.74 0.58 1.92 1.41 17.351.75 5.73 1.538.00 -45.02 3.28 Cost of Sales 11.589.02 23 .87 10.00 -78.219.00 86.92 3.46 0.94 -4.55 6.03 Depreciation 834.56 3.73 1.70 10.17 156.19 -7.533.78 625.398.71 986.42 -204.18 853.132.69 1.589.391.591.68 0.10 618.52 9.69 1.25 0.20 -236.Liquidity ratios Debt/Equity Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Cover 1.913.45 0.38 Reported PBDIT 8.452.141.36 2.661. cr Period & months INCOME Net Operating Income 2014/03 2013/03 2012/03 2011/03 2010/03 19.51 80.03 -7.11 5.474.59 81.54 6.70 0.247.31 EXPENSES Material Consumption Manufacturing Expenses Personel Expenses Selling Expenses Administrative Expenses Capitalised Expenses 6.22 5.24 1.39 1.291.

441.36 Tax Charges 2.51 0.99 2.00 6.18 6.823.828.493.28 2.56 Adjusted PBT 6.03 4.Other Write-offs 0.60 5.00 0.828.38 3. Positive stimuli from construction industry Booming automobile industry 24 .447.03 251.42 SWOT Analysis: Strengths:        Tata Steel is the world’s sixth largest steel company Tata steel is the “ WORLD’s BEST STEEL MAKER “ Low labour wage rates.80 230.380.00 1.50 3.474.90 239.07 5.92 Finanical Expenses 929.734.058.21 368.366.22 APPROPRIATIONS Equity Dividend Preference Dividend Retained Earnings 1.16 1.79 1.00 0.197.476.907.506.47 39.463.19 7.222.00 0.17 -47. Mature production base.746.35 5.44 Adjusted PAT Non-recurring Items Other Non-cash Adjustments 4.98 0.46 943.25 168.328.264.91 0.44 228.290.47 1.77 REPORTED PAT 4.00 4.25 -4.63 5.15 3.21 6.00 Adjusted PBIT 7.92 -201.88 -123.93 22.37 47.00 0.16 719.79 3.29 3.13 0. Abundance of quality manpower.02 57.040.168.51 0.80 80.093.00 3.00 4.82 920.579.637.98 719.38 1.757.887.687.287.

  whereas in Western Europe the figure is around 600 tonnes. nearly 6% of  its crude steel is still produced using the outdated open-hearth process. Iron ore deposits are finite and there are problems in mining sufficient amounts of it. Labor productivity is still very low. 25 .  Big threat from Financial Crisis. According to an estimate crude steel output at the biggest Indian steelmaker is roughly 144 tonnes per worker per year.  Scarcity of raw materials. however. The company has a higher number of equity shares and its EPS is less even through the company obtained higher profits.  Introduce new technology steel products. Steel production in India is also hampered by power shortages. Company expansion all over the world. Labour productivity in India is still very low. Suggestions:  The company should manage its investments effectively.  The decrease in the value of earnings per share may tend to decrease in the share holders equity. s Insufficient freight capacity and transport infrastructure impediments too hamper the growth of Indian steel industry Opportunities:    They explore in titanium dioxide business in Tamil Nadu. India is deficient in raw materials required by the steel industry.Weakness:  Low perception among investors about the company’s management and ability to   sustain growth. Although India has modernised its steelmaking considerably.  Innovation products introduced by the competitors Findings:  Tata steel obtained cheaper financial resources than previous years.  Delayed payment from debtors and large inventory conversion period adversely  affect the company. India's hard coal  deposits are of low quality. Threats:  Heavy competition from his competitors. High carbon faro-chrome plant in South Africa.

 The company has to liberalize the credit sales policy to increase the sales of the company particularly in un-season. The company should provide exact information on the basis of cash due to high demand in market also reduce the collection period.  Company has to maintain adequate working capital with a proper administration it increase the short term profitability of the firm.com 26 .tatasteel. Bibliography www.