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Mining News Pro - Tata Steel- one of India’s major steel maker has registered growth of 3% Q-o-Q basis in its its standalone crude steel output to 3.27 MnT in Q2 FY19 as compared to 3.18 MnT in Q1 FY19.

Mining News Pro - Indian steel major, Tata Steel has released its provisional crude steel and sales numbers and while the company`s India performance has improved, its Europe and South East Asia operations have recorded a drop y-o-y basis in their crude steel and sales output in Q2 FY19.

Mining News Pro - Tata Steel has decided to rechristen its recently acquired asset, Bhushan Steel as ‘Tata Steel BSL Limited’.

Mining News Pro - India’s steel major, Tata Steel today announced its decision to acquire of Usha Martin’s steel business for INR 4,300 – 4,700 crore and as per the latest market reports the deal is expected to be completed in 6-9 months.

Mining News Pro - The latest technology developed at Tata Steel Europe`s Ijmuiden site in the Netherlands promises to reduce carbon emissions like never before

Mining News Pro - According to latest reports, JSW, Tata Steel and UK based Liberty House have emerged as the top contenders for Usha Martin`s (UM) steel business, extending their rivalry over Indian stressed assets witnessed in the last six months. Currently, the companies are carrying out due diligence for the steel unit and price bids are expected to be called by the end of this month.

Mining News Agency -Tata Steel considered holding the majority of merger with ThyssenKrupp’s shareholdings, and it would achieve a sharpening of the steel business in Europe.

Mining News Agency -According to the statistic, Tata Steel`s crude steel capacity of 3.27 million tons in India, while the capacity of 2.67 million tons in Europe.

Mining News Agency - Tata Steel is waiting for a permit from Odisha’s state pollution control board to expand capacity at its Khandabandh iron ore mines in eastern India from 1 million tonnes per annum to 5 million tonnes per annum. This is according to a report by the Business Standard, which also says that Tata is planning to send all the product from its captive mines at Joda East and Noamundi to its Kalinganagar plant.

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