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U N D E R S T A N D I N G
U N I T Y
R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y
Published in March 2012.
The Tata Commitment
At the Tata Group we are committed to improving the quality
of life of the communities we serve. We do this by striving for
leadership and global competitiveness in the business sectors in
which we operate.
Our practice of returning to society what we earn evokes trust
among consumers, employees, shareholders and the community.
We are committed to protecting this heritage of leadership with
trust through the manner in which we conduct our business.
G r o u p
materials engineering information technology
An Introduction .....................................04 Metals Automotive Information Technology
• Tata Steel .......................................14 • Tata Motors ............................................... 22
Group History ........................................06
Subsidiaries / Associates / JVs
Subsidiaries / Associates / JVs • Tata Consultancy Services............ 38
• Jaguar Land Rover
• Tata Steel Europe (Corus) • Tata Marcopolo Motors
• Tata Elxsi ........................................ 42
International Locations .........................09 • NatSteel Holdings • Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company • Tata Technologies ......................... 44
• Tata Steel Thailand • Tata Motors (Thailand) • Tata Interactive Systems .............. 47
• Tata Hispano Motors Carrocera S.A.
• Tinplate Company of India • Tata Motors (SA) (PTY) • Tata Business Support Services ... 48
• Tayo Rolls • Telco Construction Equipment
Promoter Companies • Tata Steel Processing and Distribution • Tata Technologies
• TRL Krosaki • Tata Cummins Communications
• Tata Sponge Iron • TML Drivelines
• Tata Sons ............................................10
• TAL Manufacturing Solutions • Tata Sky ......................................... 49
• Tata Metaliks
Subsidiaries & Divisions • Tata Pigments • Tata Motors European Technical Centre • Tata Teleservices ........................... 50
• Tata Motors Finance
• Tata Consulting Engineers • Jamshedpur Injection Powder
• Tata AutoComp Systems
• Tata Communications ................... 52
• Tata Housing Development Company • TM International Logistics • TML Distribution Company
• Tata Petrodyne • mjunction services • Concorde Motors (India)
• Jamshedpur Utility and Service • Tata AutoComp Systems .......................... 28
• Tata Industries ...................................11
Divisions • Tata AutoComp Systems Limited Interiors and
• The Indian Steel and Wire Products Plastics Division
• Tata Strategic Management Group • Tata BlueScope Steel • Nanjing Tata AutoComp Systems
• Tata Interactive Systems • Dhamra Port Company • Tata Johnson Controls Automotive
• Lanka Special Steel • Tata Toyo Radiator
• Sila Eastern Company • Tata Yazaki AutoComp
• Tata Steel KZN • Automotive Stampings & Assemblies
• Tata NYK • Tata Ficosa
• TACO Composites
• S&T Mining Company • Tata AutoComp GY Batteries
• T.S. Alloys • TACO Hendrickson Suspensions
• Telco Construction Equipment
Associated Sector Company ................................................... 30
• TRL Krosaki .....................................18 Engineering Products & Services
Composites • Tata Projects .............................................. 31
• Tata Advanced Materials ...............19
• Voltas ........................................................ 32
• Tata Consulting Engineers ....................... 34
• TRF ............................................................. 35
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O v e r v i e w
energy services consumer products chemicals
• Tata Power ................................56 Hotels, Property Development • Tata Global Beverages ............ 76 • Tata Chemicals ........................88
Subsidiaries • Titan Industries .......................80 • Rallis India ...............................91
• Tata Power Delhi Distribution • Indian Hotels (Taj Hotels Resorts • Infiniti Retail............................83 • Advinus ....................................92
Limited (TPDDL) and Palaces) .................................62
• Powerlinks Transmission
• Trent .........................................84
• Tata Power Trading Co.
• Tata Realty and Infrastructure ....65
• Strategic Electronics Division • Tata Housing Development
(SED) Company ......................................66
• NELCO • JUSCO ...........................................67
• Drive India Enterprise Solutions
• Tata BP Solar ............................59 Limited (DIESL).............................68
defence and aerospace ...... 93
• Tata AIG Life
international operations ..... 94
Insurance Company .....................69
• Tata AIG General
• Tata International ...............................98
Insurance Company .....................69
• Tata Asset Management ..............70
• Tata Investment Corporation ......70 corporate social responsibility
• Tata Capital ..................................71
• Trusts .................................................... 100
Other Services • Institutes ............................................. 106
• NCPA..................................................... 108
• Tata Strategic ...............................72 • Tata Medical Center ........................ 109
• Tata Services ................................73 • Tata Council for
Community Initiatives.................... 110
• Product Index.................................... 111
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THE TATA GROUP
The Tata Group comprises operating companies in seven business sectors : Materials, Engineering, Information Technology and
Communications, Energy, Services, Consumer Products and Chemicals. The Group was founded in the last quarter of the 19th century in
India when the country had just set out on the road to gaining independence from British rule. Consequently, the founders of the Group
aligned business opportunities with nation building. This approach remains ingrained into the Group’s ethos even today even as it spreads
its operations to other geographies.
The Tata Group is today India’s largest conglomerate with revenues of $83.3 bn in the financial year ending March 31, 2011. The Group
companies had 424,365 people on their rolls on March 31, 2011. Its 31 publicly listed companies have a combined market capitalisation
which is one of the highest among all business houses in India and a shareholder base of over 3.6 million. Group companies export products
and services to over 85 countries and have operations in over 80 countries.
The Tata companies share a set of five core values derived from the Group’s early beliefs which even today drive all business decisions.
These values are : Integrity, Understanding, Excellence, Unity and Responsibility. The Group and its companies have been distinctive in
their adherence to business ethics and their commitment to corporate social responsibility. This legacy has earned the trust of the Group’s
stakeholders in a measure few business houses can match.
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GROUP HOLDING STRUCTURE
Board of Directors
Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Sir Ratan Tata Trust Other Tata-endowed Trusts
Mr. Ratan N Tata
Mr. Cyrus P Mistry
•• 66% shareholding
Mr. Farrokh K Kavarana
•• 50% shareholding
Mr. R Gopalakrishnan
• Tata Sons Limited
Mr. Ishaat Hussain
Mr. R K Krishna Kumar
Tata Consultancy Services
Tata Steel 04
Mr. Arun R Gandhi
Tata Industries Limited 05
Mr. Kishor A Chaukar
• Tata Global Beverages (Major shareholdings)
Mr. S Ramadorai
• Tata Advanced Materials
• Tata AutoComp Systems
Mr. B Muthuraman
• Tata Industrial Services
• Drive India Enterprise Solutions
Mr. Prasad R Menon
Tata Investment Corporation • Advinus Therapeutics
• Tata Teleservices
Mr. Ravi Kant
Tata AIG General Insurance Company
Mr. K R S Jamwal
Tata AIG Life Insurance Company
• Tata Asset Management
Mr. R R Bhinge
Tata Advanced Systems
• Tata Realty and Infrastructure
• Tata Petrodyne
• Tata Sons Limited • Tata Housing
• Tata Industries Limited •
Tata Consulting Engineers
• Tata Business Support Services
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Jamsetji Nusserwanji 1902 1910
Tata starts a
The Indian Hotels Company The first of the three
private trading firm 1917
is incorporated to set up the Tata Electric Companies,
laying the foundation The Tatas enter the
Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, the Tata Hydro-Electric
of the Tata Group. consumer goods
India’s first luxury hotel, Power Supply Company,
which opened in 1903. is set up to generate segment as
electricity. the Tata Oil Mills
Company is established
to make soaps,
1907 The Indian Institute
of Science is established
The Tata Iron and Steel
in Bengaluru to serve
Company is established to set
as a centre for
up India’s first iron and steel 1912
plant in Jamshedpur, which Tata Steel introduces 1932
1874 started production in 1912. eight-hour working Tata Airlines,
days, well before a division of Tata Sons,
The Central India
such a system was is established, opening
implemented by up the aviation
law even in most sector in India.
Company is set up,
marking the Group’s
entry into textiles.
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Tata Indica — India’s
1945 Management Services
1968 first indigenously
institutes the JRD QV
Tata Engineering and Locomotive designed, developed
Tata Consultancy Award, modelled on
Company (renamed Tata and manufactured car —
Services (TCS), the Malcolm Baldrige
Motors in 2003) is established is launched by Tata Motors,
India’s first software National Quality
to manufacture locomotive spearheading the
services company, Value Award of the
and engineering products. The Group’s entry into
is established as a division United States, laying the
company began manufacturing passenger cars.
of Tata Sons. foundation of the Tata 06
commercial vehicles in 1954 in a
Business Excellence 07
JV with Daimler Benz.
Titan Industries —
a joint venture between 1996
the Tata Group and the
Tata Teleservices Limited
Tata Chemicals is Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Tamil Nadu Industrial
(TTSL) is established to
established. India’s first Prime Minister, Development Corporation
requests the Group to (TIDCO) — is set up to
Group’s foray into the
manufacture cosmetics in manufacture watches.
India; and Lakme
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2001 The Tata Group acquires a
controlling stake in Tata Motors acquires
Tata-AIG — a joint the heavy vehicles unit
Videsh Sanchar Nigam 2005
venture between of Daewoo Motors, 2007
Limited (now Tata Indian Hotels adds
the Tata Group and South Korea.
Communications) — India’s New York's iconic Tata Steel acquires
leading international • Corus, the UK-based
Group Inc (AIG) — hotel, The Pierre, to
telecommunications Tata Steel makes its steel company, for Tata Motors acquires
marks the Group’s its portfolio as also its
service provider. first major overseas $ 12.1 bn, then the Jaguar Land Rover
re-entry into insurance. Ginger "Smart Basics"
• investment in NatSteel the biggest overseas businesses from Ford
The Group’s insurance hotels in India.
Tata Consultancy Services Asia, headquartered acquisition by an Motor Company and
company, New India in Singapore. unveils the Tata Nano,
becomes the first Indian Indian company.
Assurance, was among the world’s
software company to cross one Currently Tata Steel is
nationalised in 1956. cheapest cars. The Nano
billion dollars in revenues. among top 10 global
• steel companies with went on sale in 2009.
Titan launches Edge, crude steel production
2000 the slimmest watch capacity of over
Tata Tea (since named as in the world. 28 million tonnes
Tata Global Beverages) acquires • • per annum.
the Tetley Group, UK, Tata Consultancy Tata Communications
in the first major Services goes public in acquires
acquisition of an India's private sector's Tyco Global Network,
international brand largest initial making it one of the
by an Indian group. public offer. world's largest provider
of submarine cable
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Head Office Q Group Representative Office T JV/Subsidiary/Associate V
Production Facility/Property O Global Development Centres (GDC) O
R&D Centre/Centre of Excellence (CoE) M
United States T France Sweden Tanzania Tata AutoComp O
Tata Incorporated Q TCS V TCS V Tata International V Tata Technologies V
Tata Global Beverages VO Tata Communications V Tata Communications V Kenya Thailand
TCS VOM Tata Technologies V Tata Steel VO Tata Global Beverages V Tata Steel O
Tata Communications V Tata Steel VO O
Norway Tata Chemicals Tata Motors VO
Indian Hotels VO
Germany Tata Communications V Tata International V TCS V
Tata Technologies VOM
TCS V Tata Motors V Tata Technologies VO
Tata Chemicals O Botswana
Tata Steel VO Tata Technologies VO TCS V TCS V Malaysia
Tata Communications V Russia Tata Steel O
Tata Steel VO V V Indian Hotels O
TCS VO Tata Communications Tata Chemicals
Tata Communications V Belgium Tata Global Beverages VO Tata Steel V TCS V
Tata Technologies V TCS V Morocco Saudi Arabia Singapore
Tata Steel VO Tata Communications V TCS O Voltas V Tata Communications V
Mexico Tata Steel O Tata Chemicals O TCS V Tata Steel O
TCS VO Luxembourg Tata Motors V Tata Technologies QOM
Qatar Tata Motors V
Tata Technologies V TCS O Indian Hotels O Tata Consulting Engineers V VO
Tata Steel V Tata Communications V
Senegal Oman Tata Chemicals V
Chile Tata International V
Switzerland Voltas V Tata International V
TCS VO V
TCS Ghana Tata Steel V Tata Power V
Ecuador Tata Communications V Tata International V The Philippines
TCS Tata Steel O Tata International V Tata Steel O
Uruguay Poland Tata International V Indian Hotels O TCS VO
TCS VO TCS V Tata Steel V
Ivory Coast Vietnam
Brazil Tata Communications V Voltas V Tata Steel VO
Tata Steel V VO
TCS VO Netherlands TCS
Tata International V Malawi Tata Communications V Taiwan
Tata Steel V
Tata Global Beverages V Bahrain
Tata Communications V 08
Voltas TCS V
Argentina TCS V Namibia TCS V
TCS VOM Tata Chemicals O Tata International V Maldives TCS V
Columbia Tata Steel VOM Zambia Indian Hotels O Tata Power V
TCS VOM Tata Technologies V Indian Hotels O Tata Motors V
Bermuda Denmark Tata International V Tata Global Beverages VO South Korea
Tata Communications V TCS V Zimbabwe Sri Lanka Tata Motors VOM
Portugal Hungary Tata International V Tata Communications V Tata Technologies O
Tata Communications V TCS VOM South Africa T Indian Hotels O TCS V
Spain Tata Communications V Indian Hotels VO Tata Steel O Japan
Tata Motors VO M Czech Republic Tata International V Tata Global Beverages V TCS V
Tata Communications V Tata Global Beverages O TCS VOM Nepal Tata Communications V
United Kingdom T Tata Steel VO Tata Communications V Tata Technologies V
Tata Limited Q Tata Communications VO
TCS O Bhutan Australia
Tata Global Beverages QO M Tata Global Beverages V O TCS VM
VOM Tata Communications V Indian Hotels
TCS Tata Chemicals V Tata Steel VO
VO Tata Technologies V Bangladesh
Indian Hotels Tata Motors VO Indian Hotels O
Tata Communications V Italy Tata Power V Tata Global Beverages VO
VO Tata Communications V
Tata Motors M VO Tata Communications V Tata Motors
O Mozambique New Zealand
Tata Chemicals TCS V V China T
Tata Technologies VO Tata International
TCS# VOM TCS V
Tata Steel VOM Greece Tata Steel V
Tata Steel V Tata Chemicals V Tata International# V
Finland Tata Communications# V
Tata Steel V Turkey Uganda Tata Steel VO
TCS V Tata Steel V Tata International V Tata Global Beverages VO #
In addition ...
• TCS has 18 offices in USA including 3 Development Centres. In the UK, TCS has 11 offices including one • Tata Technologies has offices in the USA (10), Canada (1) , Mexico (3) , UK (2), Germany (2) , France (3) and South Korea (1).
Development Centre. TCS has an additional 111 offices in 42 countries around the world. • Tata International has offices in Ethiopia, China, Malawi, Vietnam, Thailand and Uruguay.
• Tata Steel Group has finishing facilities/offices in Ireland, Turkey, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Spain, Germany, • Voltas has offices in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Singapore and Bahrain.
France, among other countries. Also it has JV/Subsidiary/Associates in Portugal, Spain, Poland, Norway, Austria, • Tata Global Beverages has its corporate head office in the UK which supports its three regions
Romania, Czech Republic, Italy, Bulgaria, Jersey, Denmark, Isle of Man, Latvia and Hungary. comprising of CAA (USA, Canada, Australia and South America), EMEA (UK & Africa, Europe,
• Tata Interactive Systems has Development Centres in Germany, Switzerland. Its sales and marketing operations Middle East and Russia), South Asia.
span the US, Canada, the UK, Mainland Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and Asia. Please see pages 94-97 for details
• Tata Communications has subsidiaries in Guam, Puerto Rico and Austria.
• Tata Elxsi has offices in USA, UK, France, Germany, Japan, Seoul and UAE. Design studios in UK, Japan and on International Operations
• Titan has a sourcing office in Hong Kong and retail outlets in 29 countries.
Animation/VFX studio in USA.
• Indian Hotels has sales office in Japan and representative offices in Brazil, France and Germany.
• Tata Power through its subsidiaries has offices in Singapore, Indonesia and South Africa.
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Established as a trading ﬁrm by Jamsetji Tata in 1868, Tata Sons is the promoter of the major Tata companies and holds the majority promoter
holding in the Tata companies. The Chairman of Tata Sons is traditionally regarded as the Group Chairman.
About 66% of the equity capital of Tata Sons is held by public philanthropic trusts endowed by the members of the Tata family, the two
biggest being the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the Sir Ratan Tata Trust, both created from the estates of the sons of the Group’s founder. (Please
also see pages 100-105.)
Tata Sons is the owner of the Tata name and the Tata trademarks which are registered in India and several other countries and are used by
Brand Equity and Business Promotion Agreement signed between Tata Sons and the respective company.
Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata - Founder, Tata Group Amongst the various Brand Equity and Business Promotion activities, Tata Quality Management Services provides long and short-term initiatives
and training and assessment programmes, to maximise the companies’ performance through the Tata Business Excellence Model.
Besides other subsidiary companies which separately appear in this brochure, some of the operating subsidiaries of Tata Sons are:
Tata Consulting Engineers Limited is a premier consulting engineering organisation and is in this business for over 50 years, with over 3,000
highly qualiﬁed and experienced technical professionals offering the full range of engineering and consultancy services to its clients, spanning
concept development to commissioning support on their new or expansion projects. The sectors served are: Power (generation, transmission
& distribution), alternate energy, infrastructure, chemicals, oil & gas, industrial, steel and metals, mining and minerals. ISO 9001:2008 certiﬁed,
TCE has completed over 6,500 assignments in India and overseas. (Please also see page 34.) (www.tce.co.in)
Tata Housing Development Company Limited: Commencing operations in 1984, Tata Housing is one of the key players in the real estate
industry in India. Its primary business is the development of properties in the residential, commercial and retail sectors. Its operations span
various aspects of real estate development, such as land identiﬁcation and acquisition, project planning, designing, marketing and execution
and property management. The company caters to the needs of home buyers across all income segments – from low cost housing through
“Shubh Griha” homes, to “New Haven” in the affordable housing segment and distinctive projects in luxury and premium housing. (Please also
see page 66.) (www.tatahousing.com)
Tata Petrodyne: A 100% owned subsidiary, Tata Petrodyne owns interests in several oil & gas assets in India and a gas asset in the Southern
Gas Basin of the UK North Sea. It is a sole interest holder and operator of an offshore exploration permit in Australia. It has recently expanded
its geographical presence by acquiring interest in three onshore assets in Indonesia. (www.tatapetrodyne.in)
Contact : Chief, Group Corporate Affairs and Media, Tata Sons, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India. Tel : +91-22-6665 7209
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tata Industries was set up by Tata Sons in 1945 to function as a managing agency for companies promoted by Tata Sons. After the
cessation of the managing agency system, its mandate was recast in the early 1980s to promoting the group’s entry into new and high-
Tata Industries has initiated and promoted the group’s ventures into several sectors, which include auto components, advanced materials,
telecommunications and life sciences. Tata Industries continues to evaluate opportunities for promoting new business ventures and
pioneers the entry of Tata into emerging technologies which exhibit the potential to become large businesses. Tata Industries also has
two operating divisions which function as independent proﬁt centres:
Tata Strategic Management Group (Tata Strategic) is the largest Indian-owned management consulting ﬁrm. Its clientele includes
private sector companies in India, multi-national corporations, public sector/Government and companies promoted by Tatas. Over 50% of
its business comes from non-Tata clients and 20% from international clients.
Tata Strategic offers a wide range of solutions covering direction setting, driving strategic initiatives and implementation support. Bombay House - Head Office, Tata Group
It works with clients across the following industry domains: Automotive and Engineering; Infocom, Media and Education; Chemicals;
Energy; Consumer and Retail; Infrastructure; and the following functional areas: Strategy; Organisational Effectiveness; Delivery Excellence; 10
Marketing & Sales; Logistics and Sourcing. Tata Strategic is an IP driven ﬁrm with unique India insights and proprietary frameworks. Its
network of alliances expands its global footprint and offers clients advanced solutions, international experience and end-to-end services.
(Please also see Page 72) (www.tsmg.com)
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) is the pioneer and global leader in custom learning solutions. TIS’ learning solutions are designed to enable
organisational initiatives across industry verticals and have proven their effectiveness at more than 500 clients, 60 of them are Fortune 500
companies, leading educational institutions and government departments.
Leveraging its solid international experience over 21 years in developing interactive and media rich learning solutions, TIS has launched
CLASSEDGE, an innovative and comprehensive educational solution for Indian schools. CLASSEDGE is designed to help teachers deliver
high quality instruction, with an effective blend of classroom activities and interactive multimedia demonstrations.
TIS is the ﬁrst and only learning solutions organisation in the world to be assessed at Level 5 in both the SEI-CMM and P-CMM. Its solutions
have won nearly 50 prestigious international awards over the last 10 years. (Please also see Page 47) (www.tatainteractive.com)
Contact : Tata Industries Limited, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai - 400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6665 7373 Fax : +91-22-6665 7974 Email : TIL@tata.com
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TRL Krosaki Refractories
Tata Advanced Materials
Iron and steel was the foundation on which the Tata Group was built, and the
cornerstone of the country’s rise to industrial prominence. A saga that started
in 1907 continues to gather steam, with the pace-setting Tata Steel maturing
into one of the world’s largest steel producers and an innovator exploring new
applications and opportunities for growth and globalisation.
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Tata Steel is among the top-ten global steel companies with a crude steel production capacity of 27 million tonnes
per annum (mtpa). A Fortune 500 company, the Tata Steel Group is the world’s second most geographically
diversiﬁed steel producer, employing around 80,000 people across ﬁve continents in nearly 50 countries. The
A view of the main gate at Group’s vision is to be the world’s steel industry benchmark in “Value Creation” and “Corporate Citizenship”
Tata Steel Works, Jamshedpur through the excellence of its people, its innovative approach and overall conduct. Underpinning the vision is a
performance culture committed to aspirational targets, safety and social responsibility, continuous improvement,
openness and transparency.
Tata Steel’s global growth began with the objectives of attaining a larger geographic footprint and to service
a global customer base, including the mature markets of UK and Europe and the fast-growing South East Asia
and China markets. Apart from its Indian operations, the Tata Steel Group today comprises European operations
through Tata Steel Europe – (www.tatasteeleurope.com) and South East Asian operations through Tata Steel
Thailand (www.tatasteelthailand.com) and NatSteel Holdings, Singapore (www.natsteel.com.sg).
After more than a century of growth, the Tata Steel Group is well positioned to service a global customer base, to
enjoy economies of scale in plant utilisation and research and development and to deliver its ambitious vision
with a motivated and highly-skilled workforce.
Established in 1907, Tata Steel founded and developed India’s ﬁrst industrial city, now Jamshedpur, where the
company established one of Asia’s ﬁrst integrated steel plants. The Jamshedpur works currently comprises a
6.8 mtpa crude steel production facility (with plans to grow to 10 mtpa during 2012) and a variety of ﬁnishing
mills. Tata Steel has a signiﬁcant presence in allied and downstream areas through its various Strategic Business
Units, namely the Tubes Division, Wire Division, Bearings Division, Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division, Agrico
Division and Tata Growth Shop. The company also possesses and operates captive iron ore, coking coal, and
chrome ore mines.
Tata Steel is developing three greenﬁeld steel projects in the states of Jharkhand, Odisha and Chhattisgarh, which
will provide an additional capacity of 23 mtpa. Its 6 mtpa integrated greenﬁeld steel plant project at Kalinganagar
in Odisha is already underway.
Products & Brands: Tata Steel’s Jamshedpur works produces hot and cold rolled coil and sheet, galvanised sheet,
tube, wire rod and reinforcing bar. To differentiate its premium quality steel products, Tata Steel has introduced
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brands such as Tata Steelium (the world’s ﬁrst branded cold rolled steel), Tata Shaktee (galvanised corrugated
sheet), Tata Tiscon (rebar), Tata Bearings, Tata Agrico (hand tools and implements), Tata Wiron (galvanised
wire products), Tata Pipes (pipes for plumbing, irrigation and plant processes), Tata Structura (contemporary
construction material) and Galvano. 'H' Blast Furnace at the Jamshedpur works
In 2008 Tata Steel India became the ﬁrst integrated steel company in the world, outside Japan, to be awarded the
Deming Application Prize for excellence in Total Quality Management.
Tata Steel has a crude steel production capacity in Europe of around 18 million tonnes and has production
sites in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium, Spain and Turkey. Its long and ﬂat products cater to the
construction, automotive, packaging, engineering and other markets worldwide.
Comprising three operating divisions – Strip Products, Long Products and Distribution & Building Systems –
Tata Steel in Europe produces carbon steel at its integrated steelworks at Port Talbot, Scunthorpe and IJmuiden
in The Netherlands. With innovation and continuous improvement at the heart of its business performance,
Tata Steel in Europe aims to create value by offering a differentiated product range supported by unrivalled
South East Asia Operations
NatSteel Holdings (www.natsteel.com.sg) is one of the largest steel producers in the Asia Paciﬁc region. With
headquarters in Singapore, it has more than 3,200 employees in Singapore, China, Thailand, Vietnam and Australia.
It has a crude steel production capacity of 0.8 mtpa with additional rolling capacity so it can deliver around
2 mtpa of high quality steel products to the construction industry. NatSteel has associate steel companies in
several South East Asian countries, including the Philippines, China and Vietnam, as well as in Australia.
Tata Steel Thailand (www.tatasteelthailand.com) is 67.9% owned by the Group, has its headquarters in Bangkok
and is the largest producer of long steel products in Thailand, with a manufacturing capacity of 1.7 mtpa.
Owning iron ore mines and collieries in India have historically given Tata Steel a distinct advantage in raw materials
sourcing. Tata Steel is also working towards enhancing the security of the raw materials supply for its global 9.6 mtpa expansion project in Jamshedpur
operations through joint ventures in Thailand, Australia, Mozambique, West Africa, Oman and Canada.
Subsidiaries / Associates / JVs
Tinplate Company of India Limited (TCIL): With a market share of over 35%, TCIL is the industry leader in tinplate
manufacturing in India. (www.tatatinplate.com)
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Tayo Rolls Limited: India’s leading rolls manufacturer and supplier, the company’s products are used in integrated
steel plants, power plants, paper, textile and food processing, and the government mint. (www.tayo.co.in)
Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Limited (TSPDL): TSPDL is in the business of steel processing and
distribution. It offers hot and cold rolled ﬂat steel products in customised sizes and quantities through processing
and materials management services. (www.tspdl.com)
TRL Krosaki: TRL Krosaki produces high alumina, basic, dolomite, silica and monolithic refractories and offers
Tubes design, procurement and re-lining applications services. It is one of the few companies worldwide to produce
silica refractories for coke ovens and the glass industry. The company has a basic bricks manufacturing unit in
China. (www.trlkrosaki.com) (see also page 18)
Tata Sponge Iron Limited (TSIL): TSIL is the ﬁrst Indian sponge iron plant based on Tata Steel’s Direct Reduction
Tata Metaliks: Tata Metaliks is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling foundry grade pig iron. The
Bearings Galvanised sheets Pig Iron produced by Tata Metaliks is rated the best in India. (www.tatametaliks.com)
Tata Pigments Limited (TPL): It is a national player and one of the largest producers of synthetic iron oxide
pigments in India. TPL’s range of products includes oxides of iron, dry cement paint, exterior emulsion paint and
Jamshedpur Injection Powder Limited (JAMIPOL): JAMIPOL manufactures carbide de-sulphurising compounds
which are used for de-sulphurising hot metal for the production of low-sulphur, high-quality steel. (www.jamipol.
TM International Logistics Limited (TMILL): TMILL provides material handling and port operation services at
Haldia and Paradip Ports in addition to providing freight forwarding and chartering services. (www.tmilltd.com)
mjunction services limited: Mjunction, a 50:50 venture of SAIL and Tata Steel, is India’s largest e-commerce
Cold Roll Coils Steel Wires company and the world’s largest e-marketplace for steel. (www.mjunction.in)
Wire Rods TRF Limited: TRF is one of India’s leading companies in the business of design, manufacture, supply, installation
and commissioning of engineered-to-order equipment and systems in the areas of bulk material handling,
processing, reclaiming and blending. (www.trf.co.in) (see also page 35)
Jamshedpur Utility and Service Company Limited (JUSCO): Re-engineered out of Tata Steel’s town services,
JUSCO is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Steel and is the country’s ﬁrst enterprise that provides municipal and
Colourful cans civic services for townships. (www.juscoltd.com) (see also page 67)
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The IJmuiden plant at night
The Indian Steel and Wire Products Limited (ISWP): Acquired by Tata Steel in 2003, ISWP has two units – a wire unit
comprising wire drawing mills, wire rod mills and a fastener division and a steel roll manufacturing unit named Jamshedpur
Engineering and Machining Company (JEMCO). (www.iswp.co.in)
Tata BlueScope Steel Limited: A joint venture with BlueScope Steel Limited, Australia, Tata BlueScope Steel Limited offers
a comprehensive range of branded steel products for building and construction applications. The company is constructing
a state-of-the-art metallic coating and painting facility at Jamshedpur. (www.tatabluescopesteel.com)
Dhamra Port Company, Odisha: A joint venture between Larsen & Toubro Ltd and Tata Steel Ltd., the port has been
commissioned and commercial operations have begun. (www.dhamraport.com)
Lanka Special Steel Limited: The only unit in Sri Lanka manufacturing galvanised wires.
A view of Tata Steel, Thailand plant
Sila Eastern Company Limited: Established to develop limestone mines in Thailand, mainly for the captive use of Tata
Tata Steel KZN: Produces ferro chrome at its new plant in Richards Bay, South Africa.
Tata NYK: Tata NYK is a joint venture shipping company with Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line) catering to dry
bulk and break bulk cargo. Japan-based Nippon Yusen Kaisha NYK Line is one of the largest shipping companies in the
S&T Mining Company Pvt Ltd: Tata Steel has entered into an alliance with India’s largest steel making company, SAIL, for
raw material security. A JV company, S&T Mining Company Pvt. Ltd. was incorporated in September 2008 with its registered
ofﬁce in Kolkata. (www.stmining.com)
TS Alloys: Tata Steel owns 100% of the equity of Rawmet Ferrous Industries (now TS Alloys) which has a Ferro Alloy Plant
Cut-and-bend operations of NatSteel Asia, Singapore
near Cuttack (Odisha), with a production capacity of over 50,000 tpa of high carbon ferro chrome. (www.tsalloys.com)
Tata Steel was founded on the philosophy that society is not just another stakeholder in its business, but is, in fact, the
very purpose of its existence. As Tata Steel’s operations have expanded into new geographies, the company has retained a
collective focus on the various areas of corporate sustainability that impact the environment, people and their health, and
society at large. As a policy, all its businesses promote and encourage economic, social and educational development within
their communities while also giving active support to local initiatives. The Tata Steel Group’s focus in the area of corporate
sustainability includes social sustainability, environmental sustainability, social welfare, sports and inclusive growth in an
attempt to ensure that the Group’s successes are shared by all its constituents and stakeholders.
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A triathlon sponsored by Tata Steel Europe In India, the company is pledged to causes such as strengthening civic amenities in and around its areas of
operation, providing healthcare, education, training, employment and empowerment, and preserving culture and
heritage, especially of indigenous tribes. Tata Steel has expanded its reach from the city of Jamshedpur and its
adjoining areas, to over 800 villages in India, touching the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.
In Europe, initiatives like apprenticeships and graduate schemes, sponsorship of British Triathlon and several other
programmes have ensured that extended communities are beneﬁted by the Group’s businesses.
Tata Steel is a valued member of the Worldsteel Association (worldsteel) and has accepted a set of 11 sustainability
indicators to measure its economic, environmental and social performance within the steel industry. The Company
is also guided by frameworks such as the UN Millennium Development Goals, which are advanced through its
Contact : Head – Corporate Affairs & Communications, Tata Steel, Jamshedpur-831 001, India. Tel : +91-0657-2431 142
Fax : +91-0657-2425 182 Email : email@example.com
TRL KROSAKI REFRACTORIES www.trlkrosaki.com
TRL Krosaki Refractories Limited (TRL Krosaki) was known as Tata Refractories Limited till June 2011 when it
forged a strategic partnership with Japan’s premier refractories company, Krosaki Harima Corporation (KHC). KHC
acquired 51% equity of the company from Tata Steel, thereby reducing Tata Steel’s holding from 77% to 26%. This
partnership has strengthened the company’s technology and product offerings and transformed it into a global
company by improving its reach to its global customers.
TRL Krosaki has a production capacity of over 4 lakh tonnes from two modern plants and ﬁve operating units –
with its main works at Belpahar in Odisha having the highest plant capacity under one roof in the world – and
a wide product basket of six main product lines – silica, high alumina, basic, dolomite, ﬂow control products &
monolithics – catering to a range of industries in the metals, chemicals and petro-chemicals sectors.
View of TRL China Limited
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TRL Krosaki main entrance at Belpahar, Odisha
TRL Krosaki also offers value-added services in the form of total refractories solutions & total refractories management
through its Refractories Engineering Management Services department. It is also the number one exporter of refractories
from India with 24% market share.
Apart from its main works at Belpahar, the company has two captive mines in Odisha for quartzite and plastic clay; a
manufacturing unit in Bayuquan, Lioning Province, China; operations in Jamshedpur, Salem, Bhuj, Jhansi and Hyderabad in
India; and marketing ofﬁces in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jamshedpur, Bengaluru, Belpahar, Kuala Lumpur, UK and UAE.
TRL Krosaki has been certiﬁed to IMS certiﬁcation which includes ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
Contact : GM (PR & HRD), TRL Krosaki Refractories Limited, Belpahar, Dist - Jharsuguda, Odisha, India, Pin - 768218.
Tel : +91 6645 258393 Fax : +91 6645 250243 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Defence and Industrial Composites Division
TATA ADVANCED MATERIALS www.tamlindia.com
Tata Advanced Materials is engaged in the design, manufacture and assembly of composite products for applications in
the aerospace, defence and industrial sectors.
This division offers complete end-to-end solutions from concept to product for applications in space, aircraft & helicopter
in the area of :
Design & analysis; Tool design & manufacturing; Manufacturing & assembly of composite components; Material testing &
Its state-of-the-art facility consists of clean rooms, cold store, critical process & quality equipments like autoclaves, NDT, etc. Aerospace Division
backed up by quality systems & customer approvals. It’s an AS9100 & NADCAP certiﬁed (ﬁrst in India) company.
Its customer list includes Boeing, FACC, Spirit, Pratt & Whitney, Goodrich, SAAB, HAL, VSSC and NAL.
Defence and Industrial Composites
This division is actively engaged in offering solutions for personal armour, vehicle armour, and provides end-to-end
composite solutions for applications in urban transportation and medical segments. Its customer list includes Ministry of
Defence, Navy, State Police Forces, Tata Motors, and GE-Medical.
Contact : Sales & Marketing, Tata Advanced Materials, 10, Jigani Industrial Area, Jigani 562 106, Bengaluru, India.
Tel : +91-80-6695 5500 Fax : +91-80-2782 5570 Email : email@example.com (for Aerospace) & firstname.lastname@example.org
(Defence & Industrial)
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Tata AutoComp Systems
Telco Construction Equipment
Engineering Products & Services
Tata Consulting Engineers
The Tata Group has energised India’s immense pool of engineering talent in myriad
ways while delivering products, services and solutions that have enhanced the
country’s capabilities and improved the lives of its citizens. Exemplars of this spirit of
engineering excellence are the Indica, India’s ﬁrst indigenously produced passenger
car, and the Tata Nano, the world’s most affordable car.
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engineering 4/5/12 1:34:54 PM
Established in 1945, Tata Motors, India’s largest automobile company with a portfolio of commercial, passenger and
utility vehicles, is increasingly acquiring a signiﬁcant international presence.
Tata Motors is India’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, having entered the segment in 1954. It is the world’s
fourth largest truck and bus manufacturer.
Tata Motors is also India’s third largest passenger vehicle player, with its ﬁrst passenger vehicle entering the market in
1991. The Tata Indica, India’s ﬁrst indigenously designed car, was launched in 1998. Tata Motors unveiled the Nano, the
world’s most affordable car in 2008, and subsequently launched in 2009. It acquired Jaguar Land Rover, two iconic British
brands in 2008. It has had a strategic alliance with Fiat since 2005.
Tata Motors’ plants in India are at Jamshedpur (Eastern India), Pune and Sanand (West), Lucknow and Pantnagar (North),
Dharwad (South). Tata Motors and Fiat have set up a common manufacturing facility at Ranjangaon, near Pune. Besides,
Tata Motors’ subsidiaries and associate companies have manufacturing facilities in UK, South Korea, Thailand, Spain and
Apart from serving the robust Indian market, Tata Motors is also pursuing growth internationally through
exports and acquisitions. It acquired the business of Jaguar Land Rover from Ford Motors in 2008. Earlier,
in 2004, it had acquired the heavy vehicles business of Daewoo Motors. Today, the company’s subsidiary,
Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicles Co. in South Korea, is the country’s second largest truck maker and the
largest exporter of heavy trucks.
Hispano Carrocera, the reputed Spanish bus manufacturer is a fully-owned subsidiary of Tata Motors.
The company has a joint venture with Marcopolo, the Brazil-based body-builder of buses and
coaches. Tata Motors also has a joint venture with Thonburi Automotive Assembly Plant Company
of Thailand to manufacture and market the company’s pick-up vehicles in Thailand.
Tata Motors’ vehicles are exported to Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, South Asia and
South America. The company has joint venture/franchisee assembly operations in Bangladesh, Ukraine
and Senegal. Currently about 63% of its revenues is derived from its international business.The company
intends to increase its international business through organic and inorganic growth routes.
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The company’s product lines are :
Passenger Cars : Tata Indica hatchback, Tata
Indigo family of sedans and station wagons and
the Tata Nano, Jaguar luxury saloons.
Tata Xenon XT Tata Safari Strome Tata Aria
Utility Vehicles : A range comprising the Tata Aria
(Crossover), the Tata Safari (SUV), the Tata Xenon
XT (Lifestyle Pick-up), and the Tata Sumo Grande
MK II, the Tata Sumo range, the Tata Venture
(People Carriers) and the Land Rover 4 x 4s.
Commercial Vehicles for goods transportation
Small Commercial Vehicles : The Tata Ace range.
Tata Indigo Manza Range Rover Evoque Light & Intermediate Commercial Vehicles : Pick-
ups (2T GVW) and the Tata Ultra trucks ranging
from 5T GVW to 14T GVW.
Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles : Tata
Prima range of multi-axle trucks, tractor-trailers,
tippers, mixers, and special application vehicles,
ranging from 10T GVW to 75T GVW.
Commercial Vehicles for passenger
• Light, medium and heavy buses from 2T
• Multi-purpose vehicles – the Tata Magic,
the Tata Magic Iris, the Tata Winger and
the Tata Venture – for urban and rural
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Research and Development
Tata Motors has seven R&D centres in India, South Korea, Spain and the UK, with over 4,500 engineers and scientists.
The company’s R&D facilities include a crash-test facility and hemi-anechoic chamber for testing of noise and vibration.
The company also draws on the expertise of leading international design and styling houses. It is developing vehicles
running on alternate fuels (biofuels, hydrogen), as also electric and hybrid vehicles, both for personal and public
transportation. It has also been implementing several environment-friendly technologies in manufacturing processes,
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signiﬁcantly enhancing resource conservation.
Tata Motors’ R&D department has received several awards. Among them are India’s National Award for Research and
Development Efforts in Industry in the Mechanical Engineering Industries sector, the National Award for Successful
Commercialisation of Indigenous Technology by an Industrial Concern, and the CSIR Diamond Jubilee Technology Award.
The R&D Centre of Tata Daewoo’s Commercial Vehicle Company has won the Ministry of Science & Technology Award
from the South Korean government.
Subsidiaries and Associates
Tata Motors has made substantial investments in building associate and subsidiary companies and joint ventures that
complement and support its business activities. These include :
Tata Ace Zip
Jaguar Land Rover Ltd.: Comprising Jaguar luxury saloons & sports cars, and Land Rover 4 x 4s. Its plants are located in
the UK at Castle Bromwich, Halewood and Solihull. (www.jaguar.com) (www.landrover.com)
Tata Marcopolo Motors Ltd.: Manufacturing fully-built buses in India.
Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd. (TDCV): A 100% subsidiary of the company, TDCV is in the business of
producing heavy commercial vehicles. Its plant is at Gunsan in South Korea. (www.daewootruck.co.kr)
Tata Motors (Thailand) Ltd.: Manufacture and marketing of pick-up vehicles in Thailand. Its plant is in Bangkok.
Tata Hispano Motors Carrocera S.A.: A reputed Spanish bus manufacturing company. Its plant is at Zaragoza in Spain.
Tata Motors (SA) (PTY) Ltd.: A joint venture company of Tata Motors and Tata Africa Holding (Pty) Ltd. Tata Magic Iris
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Telco Construction Equipment Company Ltd.(TELCON): Engaged in the business of construction equipment
and allied services in which the company has 40% holding and Hitachi Construction Machinery Company
Limited, Japan, holds 60%. (Please also see page 30) (www.telcon.co.in)
Tata Technologies Ltd. (TTL): TTL along with its subsidiaries provides specialised Engineering &
Design services, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and product-centric information technology
services. It has two operating companies, INCAT and Tata Technologies iKS (Please also see page 44)
Tata Cummins Ltd. (TCL): TCL is engaged in the manufacture and sale of high horse power engines used in
the company’s range of M&HCVs. (www.tatacummins.com)
TML Drivelines Ltd. : A 100% subsidiary of the company engaged in the business of gear boxes and axles
for heavy and medium commercial vehicles. (www.tatamotors.com)
TAL Manufacturing Solutions Ltd.: A 100% subsidiary of the company engaged in the business of
providing factory automation solutions and design and manufacture of a wide range of machine tools.
Tata Motors European Technical Centre Plc (TMETC) : A 100% subsidiary of the company in the UK, engaged
in design engineering and development of products.
Tata Motors Finance Ltd.: A 100% subsidiary of the company, engaged in ﬁnancing customers of Tata
Tata Prima Tipper
Motors and its channel partners. (www.tatamotorﬁnance.com)
Tata AutoComp Systems Ltd.: A holding company for promoting domestic and foreign joint ventures in
auto components and systems and is also engaged in engineering services, supply chain management and
after market operations for the auto industry. (Please also see page 28) (www.tacogroup.com)
TML Distribution Co. Ltd. : Sales, logistics and distribution of Tata Motors’ vehicles.
Concorde Motors (India) Ltd. : A 100% subsidiary of the company, it retails Tata Motors’ range of passenger
Tata Divo Bus
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Tata Motors is committed to improving the quality of life of communities by working on four thrust areas
– employability, education, health and environment. The activities touch the lives of more than a million
citizens. The company’s support on education and employability is focused on youth and women. They
range from schools to technical education institutes to actual facilitation of income-generation. In health,
its intervention is in both preventive and curative health care. The goal of environment protection is
achieved through tree plantation, conserving water and creating new water bodies and, last but not the
least, by introducing appropriate technologies in its vehicles and operations for constantly enhancing
Electronic assembling branch of Tata Motors’ Grihini Udyog Society
Contact : Head – Corporate Communications, Tata Motors, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : + 91-22-6665 7613 Fax : + 91-22-6665 7616 Email : email@example.com
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AUTOCOMP SYSTEMS www.tacogroup.com
Established in October 1995, Tata AutoComp
Systems offers products and services in the
ﬁeld of auto components to Indian and global
Tata AutoComp has three major businesses -
Manufacturing, Engineering and Supply Chain
Management. The Tata AutoComp Group
comprises the holding company, Tata AutoComp
Systems Limited, its operating divisions, its joint
ventures with global auto component leaders
and subsidiaries in plastic interiors and exteriors
The Tata AutoComp group has 48 manufacturing
plants (including one in China) and 2 engineering
centres. Its current OE customers include Ashok
Leyland, Eicher Motors, Fiat, Ford, General
Motors, Honda, Mahindra and Mahindra,
Mahindra Renault, Mercedes-Benz, Skoda,
Tata Motors, Toyota and Volkswagen. Most of
the manufacturing units have received global
recognition from its customers.
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Sr. No. Name of Business Unit Partner Product Area
1. Tata AutoComp Systems Limited Interiors and 100% owned by Tata Plastic interiors and exteriors
Plastics Division AutoComp
2. Nanjing Tata AutoComp Systems Limited, China 100% owned by Tata Functional plastic parts and
3. Tata Johnson Controls Automotive Limited Johnson Controls Inc., Seating systems
USA & ISRINGHAUSEN,
4. Tata Toyo Radiator Limited T Rad, Japan Heat exchangers
5. Tata Yazaki AutoComp Limited Yazaki Corp, Japan Wiring harness Seat assembly at Tata Johnson Controls
6. Automotive Stampings and Assemblies Limited 75% owned by Tata Stampings and assemblies
AutoComp 25% owned
7. Tata Ficosa Limited Ficosa, Spain Visioning systems,
command & control systems
8. TACO Composites Limited 100% owned by Tata Composites (sheet moulded
AutoComp and bulk moulded)
9. Tata AutoComp GY Batteries Private Limited GS Yuasa, Japan Automotive batteries
10. TACO Hendrickson Suspensions Private Limited Hendrickson Truck and bus suspension
International, USA systems
Moulding facility at Interiors and Plastics Division
Tata AutoComp also provides a complete range of engineering services to its customers in a variety of product domains. Its
range of services include: Concept Design and Detailing, Analytically driven Design and Development, CAD, CAE, Simulation
and Optimisation, Product Design and Development, Knowledge-based engineering, Plastics and Sheet Metal Tool design.
Contact : Senior General Manager, Corporate Communications, Tata AutoComp Systems Limited, TACO House, Damle Path, Off Law College Road,
Pune-411 004, India. Tel : +91-20-6608 5000 (extn: 5119) Fax : +91-20-6608 5102 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tube mill at Tata Toyo Radiator
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TELCO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT COMPANY LIMITED www.telcon.co.in
Telcon is India’s leading provider of mining, infrastructure, construction and agricultural equipment and services. Started in
1961 as a division of Tata Motors, Telcon is now a joint venture between Tata Motors and Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. Ltd.
of Japan – world leaders in hydraulic excavator technology – with Hitachi holding 60% stake.
Telcon has state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities at Jamshedpur, Dharwad and, most recently, at Kharagpur and has rolled out
over 55,000 machines from its plants since inception. The company has over 225 sales, service and customer support ofﬁces and
an extensive dealership network across India. Telcon has been able to maintain its leadership position in the country in the area
of hydraulic excavators over the past two decades by virtue of its ability to offer technologically superior product offerings and
superior after sales support to its customers. Telcon also exports to Asian, African and Middle East countries and is on its way
to becoming a global production hub for supply of select hydraulic excavators and off highway dumpers through the Hitachi
Telcon’s mission & strategy is to become a Full Liner – providing the complete range of products and services to address the
needs of mining, construction, infrastructure and agricultural value chains. As part of its strategic growth path, Telcon acquired
Serviplem S.A. (Spain) in 2008 for its superior and proven technology in the design, manufacturing, sales and service of concrete
equipment as well as to gain manufacturing foothold in Europe and China. Telcon has leveraged the design and manufacturing
capabilities of Serviplem to launch the Transit Mixer Trucks for the Indian market. Telcon’s acquisition of Comoplesa Lebrero S.A.
(Spain) has given access to the latest technology and capabilities in design, manufacturing, sales and service of compaction
equipment like soil compactors, asphalt compactors, etc.
Products and Services
Telcon has a wide range of construction and mining equipment catering to the needs of nation building and infrastructure
creation. Its portfolio of products includes hydraulic excavators, mining shovels, off-highway dumpers, backhoe loaders, wheel
loaders, vibratory compactors, motor graders, crawler cranes, multi-utility loader, transit mixers, etc. Telcon’s strength lies in its
strong design and development set-up giving it the capability to customise solutions around customer needs and its wide
spread service network.
As an extension to its product line, Telcon offers a range of value-added services like full maintenance / service contracts, unit
exchange programmes, hydraulic aggregate repairs at Telcon’s own workshops, comprehensive refurbishing of machines, etc.
The company has collaborations with Hitachi Construction Machinery Company Ltd., Japan, for hydraulic excavators, Hitachi Truck
Manufacturing Ltd., Canada for Dumpers & TCM, Japan for Reach Stackers. It has agency supply agreements with Hitachi-Sumitomo
Corporation, Japan for Hydraulic Crawler Cranes, Hitachi Zosen for Tunnel Boring machines and Berco for undercarriages.
Contact : Sr General Manager – Sales & Marketing, Telco Construction Equipment Company, Jubilee Building, 45, Museum Road,
Backhoe loader Bengaluru-560 025, India. Tel : +91-80-6695 3301/02 Fax : 91-80-6695 3309 Email : email@example.com
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Power Generation Transmission &
Tata Projects Limited (TPL), established in 1979, is an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contracting company.
The company operates through seven Strategic Business Units (SBUs): Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Water
& Waste Water, Oil, Gas and Hydrocarbon, Railways, Metals & Minerals and Quality Services.
Currently, TPL has over 2000 employees spread across three Regional Ofﬁces and 75 projects at 63 locations, 15 Regional
Inspection Ofﬁces and three registered overseas ofﬁces - Abu Dhabi, South Korea and China.
The company has its own tower manufacturing unit near Nagpur, acquired a majority stake in Artson Engineering
Limited (design & manufacturing tanks / piping for OGH projects) and formed joint venture companies – Al Tawleed
(for projects in Saudi Arabia), TEIL Projects Limited (with EIL, a Central PSU) and TPL-TQA Ltd. (for Third Party Inspection
Services in South Africa).
Services offered by the SBUs
• Power Generation – EPC of total plant and balance of plant in coal and gas based power projects. Railways Metals & Minerals
• Transmission and Distribution – EPC of HV transmission lines up to 800 kV; 400 kV and GIS-sub-stations; rural
electriﬁcation; supply of transmission, telecom and metro rail towers. Oil, Gas & Hydrocarbon Quality Services
• Water and Waste Water – EPC of desalination plants; industrial water and efﬂuent treatment plants; manufacturing
of reverse osmosis water puriﬁcation units.
• Oil, Gas and Hydrocarbon – EPC of tank farms/terminals; process plants and reﬁnery expansion projects; offshore
structural revamping and piping works.
• Metals and Minerals – EPC of Iron (sinter and blast furnace) and steel making plants; mills; ore beneﬁciation &
• Railways – EPC of overhead electriﬁcation; complete railway infrastructure, including bridges, stations and signaling.
• Quality Services - Global presence in third party industrial inspection; certiﬁed welding inspection training courses
in collaboration with TWI/UK; ISO certiﬁcation body.
The company has been:
• Ranked the fastest growing construction company in India in FY 10-11.
• Rated amongst the Top Ten Most Admired Construction Companies in India consecutively for ﬁve years from 2007 to
Water & Waste Water
2011 by Construction World.
• Received the Construction Company of the Year Award from EPC World for 2011.
• Bagged D&B-Axis Bank Infra Award 2011 for Exemplary Execution of Power Plant.
Contact : Chief Corporate Affairs, Tata Projects, Mithona Tower-I, Prenderghast Road, Secunderabad-500 003, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Tel : +91-40-6623 8801 Extn. : 8737 Fax : +91-40-2789 1644 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org, Website : www.tataprojects.com
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Voltas projects sites: Burj Khalifa, Dubai ...
Set up in 1954, Voltas is India’s premier air conditioning and engineering services company. The company’s
core competence lies in (a) management and execution of electro-mechanical projects, most signiﬁcantly in
air conditioning (b) design, manufacture and marketing of cooling appliances, air conditioning & refrigeration
equipment and (c) supply, installation and servicing of engineering-based products and solutions. All these
capabilities are ISO 9001-2000 certiﬁed.
Areas of Business
Internationally, Voltas has been well known for over 30 years as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC)
contractor for electro-mechanical projects, with specialisation in HVAC&R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning
& refrigeration), building management systems, plumbing, public health, ﬁre ﬁghting & safety, ELV & specialised
systems, and power management. Project works have been successfully undertaken in the Middle East, South East
Asia, the CIS countries, Africa and SAARC countries.
Voltas is also known in both domestic and international markets as a total solutions provider for turnkey public
health projects as well as for water, efﬂuent and sewage treatment, and water pollution control projects.
In India, Voltas is recognised as a pioneer and leader in air conditioning and refrigeration. Voltas has designed and
executed a diverse array of HVAC&R applications, including intelligent ofﬁce complexes, airports, banks, shopping malls,
multiplexes, call centres, information technology parks, pharmaceutical production plants, clean rooms, hospitals,
electronics and telecommunication facilities, naval warships and mercantile ships, cold storages for horticulture and
meat produce, process chilling facilities, ordnance factories, atomic energy plants and power plants.
In recent years, Voltas has expanded its domestic business portfolio to include the entire range of electro-mechanical
services offered in overseas markets.
Voltas is also a pioneer in the design, manufacture and marketing of a range of popular cooling appliances for
the household, institutional and industry segments, including export markets. These include window and split
air conditioners (Vertis and Sensicool brands), water coolers and dispensers (Tushar and Mini Magic brands)
and commercial refrigerators (Coldcel brand). In addition, Voltas manufactures a range of air conditioning and
refrigeration equipment used in its projects. Voltas is also India’s major manufacturer of forklift trucks.
In the ﬁeld of engineering products and services, Voltas works in association with over 35 globally renowned
manufacturers to offer various engineering products and solutions. The company’s services span the spectrum
from design and sourcing to installation, commissioning, training, parts supply and maintenance. These services are
offered in the ﬁeld of textile machinery (of which Voltas is India’s largest supplier, with a complete range of products),
... and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad and mining and construction equipment and materials handling equipment.
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Voltas represents a number of leading Indian and international
manufacturers. These include Lakshmi Machine Works Limited,
Lakshmi Card Clothing Manufacturing Co. Pvt. Ltd., Lakshmi Ring
Travellers (CBE) Ltd., Lakshmi Caipo Industries Ltd., ELGI Electric and
Industries Ltd., Lakshmi Electrical Drives Ltd., Airmaaster Industrial
Visi cooler Mini Magic
Technologies, Kluber Lubrication India Pvt. Ltd., Adwaith Lakshmi water dispenser
Industries Ltd., Erbatech Machinery Pvt Ltd. and Terex Powerscreen
Range of Vertis air conditioners
(India); Terrot GmbH, Erbatech GmbH, Textile Plant & Equipment,
Brueckner - Textile-Technologies GmbH & Co. KG, Dilo Systems
GmbH, Thies GmbH & Co KG, Pleva GmbH, Hansa Industrie - Mixer
GmbH & Co.KG, and Wumag Texroll GmbH & Co. KG, (Germany); Steiger
Participations SA (Switzerland); Reggiani Macchine S.P.A. and Martex Srl
(Italy); Kobelco Cranes and Tadano (Japan); Terex Equipments Limited
and Flexi Narrow Aisle Limited (U.K); LeTourneau - Joy, and ESCO
(USA), Ruks Engineering and Dunline International (Canada); MIDEA,
Shenyang Sanyo Building Machinery Co. Ltd., NFLG, Shandong Rifa
Textile Machinery Co., Ltd., and Dadi Engineering Development
(Group) Co. Ltd., (China); Jaws Bucket & Attachment P Ltd. and Aury
Australia Pty Ltd., (Australia). Voltas 10T forklift, part of a range of
Joint Ventures & Subsidiaries: industrial and infrastructure usage
The Company’s strategic joint ventures are: LMW Ring Frame LR6 AX with auto doffer
Universal Voltas LLC, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Universal Weathermaker Factory LLC, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Olayan Voltas
Contracting Co. Ltd., Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Voltas Materials Handling Private Limited, India.
Voltas’ subsidiaries are:
Universal Comfort Products Limited; Rohini Industrial Electricals Limited; Simto Investment Company Limited;
Auto Aircon (India) Limited.
Voltas Netherlands B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands; Weathermaker Limited, Dubai, UAE; Saudi Ensas Company for
Engineering Services W.L.L., Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Lalbuksh Voltas Engineering Services & Trading
LLC, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman; Voltas Oman LLC, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.
Powerscreen track mounted screening plant for mining and road construction
Contact : Corporate Communications Department, Voltas Limited, Voltas House ‘A’, 4th Floor, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road,
Chinchpokli, Mumbai-400 033, India. Tel : +91-22-6665 6666 Fax : +91-22-6665 6288 Email : email@example.com
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CONSULTING ENGINEERS www.tce.co.in
Tata Consulting Engineers Limited (TCE), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons Limited, is a premier consulting engineering
organisation established in 1962. Headquartered in Mumbai, its ofﬁces are spread over several cities in India. It also has a
subsidiary in Doha, Qatar, a registered ofﬁce in the USA and a representative ofﬁce in South Africa.
Currently TCE has on its rolls over 3,000 highly qualiﬁed and experienced multi-disciplinary technical professionals. Its
competencies are wide and range from engineering to project management, environmental protection to safety assessment
and construction to commissioning. The depth and spread of competencies as well as professional experience of its staff
supported by extensive IT infrastructure and contemporary software enables TCE to position itself among the best in the
consulting engineering profession in the domains it serves.
Areas of business
TCE's projects: 4000 MW Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant ...
TCE offers the full range of engineering and consultancy services to its clients spanning concept development to
commissioning support on their grassroots or expansion projects. It also undertakes specialised assignments such as
system studies, plant betterment and renovation & modernisation of existing facilities. The sectors served are:
• Power – Generation (fossil fuel ﬁred and hydro), transmission and distribution
• Nuclear – Power, fuel fabrication, spent fuel processing and waste management
• Alternate Energy – Wind, bio-mass and solar
• Infrastructure – Water & waste water, rural and urban development, buildings & townships, environmental
engineering, ports and transportation
• Chemical – Oil and gas, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and other organic and inorganic chemicals
• Industrial – Cement, paper and pulp, glass, paint, automobiles and auto components
... Cauvery Water Supply Scheme
• Mining & Minerals – Coal, iron ore
• Steel and Metals – Steel and non-ferrous
TCE also excels in the design of special purpose projects which are one-of-a-kind. Outstanding examples are radio telescope
for astronomical research, fueling machine for nuclear reactors and solid propellant plant for space application etc.
It has to date completed more than 6,500 assignments in India and overseas.
TCE is ISO 9001-2008 certiﬁed.
Contact : 247 Park, Tower A, LBS Marg, Vikhroli (W), Mumbai-400 083, India. Tel : +91 - 22 - 6114 8181
Fax : +91 - 22 - 6114 8282 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
... TCS Techno Park Sirsuseri
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TRF LIMITED www.trf.co.in
Established in 1962 as Tata Robins Fraser Limited, TRF has emerged as a pioneer in solutions for material handling equipment
and processing systems required in infrastructure development and automotive applications.
The material handling equipment and systems business caters mainly to power, steel, ports, mining, etc sectors. Its two
principle business segments, products and projects, are further divided into the following business units:
• The Bulk Material Handling Equipment Division, specialising in design and manufacture of a wide range of material
handling equipment, such as wagon tipplers, conveying systems, screens and crushers, travelling wagon loaders, etc.
The division manufactures its products in its state-of-the art works at Jamshedpur, India.
• The Bulk Material Handling Systems Division, offering complete package of material handling and allied systems
and services on a turnkey basis.
• The Port and Yard Equipment Division, focusing on design, supply, erection and commissioning of material handling
equipment for ports and stockyards including level lufﬁng cranes, ship loaders and unloaders, container cranes,
• The Balance Of Plant (BoP) Division, offering complete EPC solution to power plant developers, comprises systems
and utilities like coal and ash handling plants, water treatment, cooling tower, electrical-BoP, civil work, HVACs and
compressed air, ﬁre prevention and fuel handling systems. Its services include system engineering for integration
within BoP packages and those between BTG and BoP.
• The Operation and Maintenance Services Division, providing operation and maintenance services to customers
using bulk material handling equipment.
The TRF group of companies comprises:
• Hewitt Robins International Limited, UK is engaged in the design, manufacture of mobile crushing plants and
screens, feeders, foundry equipment, etc. HRIL produces standard and custom-designed equipment to perform in the
toughest industrial environments.
• York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pte Limited, Singapore, engaged in the business of trailer under-gears, which
includes axles, suspension and other components. The company has manufacturing facilities in Singapore, Australia,
China and India.
• Adithya Automotive Applications Limited, an automotive applications unit, at Lucknow, India for ﬁxed body truck York TEA's ofﬁce in Singapore
applications. It provides end-to-end solutions through fabrication and machining for tippers, load bodies, refrigerated
• Dutch Lanka Trailer (DLT) Manufacturers Limited, Sri Lanka, a world class trailer manufacturing company with
manufacturing facilities in Sri Lanka, Oman and India. It exports trailers to over 30 countries.
TRF’s material handling products and systems are well known in the market for their reliability, productivity and longevity.
The company has been constantly upgrading and developing new products and systems with the help of internationally
reputed enterprises having cutting edge technical expertise.
Contact : Head – Corporate Communications, Jamshedpur-831 007, India. Tel : +91 657-3046407 Fax : +91 657-2345732
Email : email@example.com
Rock bucket tipper trailer
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Tata Consultancy Services
Tata Interactive Systems
Tata Business Support Services
information technology & communications Tata Teleservices
The Tata Group pioneered the infotech services industry in India when it established Tata Consultancy
Services — now India’s most valuable IT company and Asia’s largest software house — way back in 1968. Tata Communications
The Group has, since those early days, sharpened its focus on creating technology solutions to help and
connect the businesses and the people they touch. That is the philosophy driving the current Tata thrust
in telecom services.
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CONSULTANCY SERVICES www.tcs.com
Tata Consultancy Services is an IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation that delivers
real results to global business, ensuring a level of certainty no other ﬁrm can match. TCS offers a consulting-
led, integrated portfolio of IT, BPO, infrastructure, engineering and assurance services. This is delivered
through its unique Global Network Delivery Model (GNDM™), recognised as the benchmark of excellence
in software development. TCS has over 202,000 of the world’s best-trained consultants in 42 countries.
The company is listed on the National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange in India. For more
information, visit us at www.tcs.com
Key Business Areas
• IT Services – rich technology skills and integrated processes, delivered across the world with
unparalleled rigor and quality
• Business Solutions – comprehensive strategies, extending from analysis to ideation to solution,
drawing upon functional and industry knowledge
• Outsourcing – superior, scalable services and programmes, from optimising discrete functions to
managing entire business solutions and service areas with reduced risk and cost
The TCS Advantage
1. Customer-centric Engagement Model: TCS’ years of experience working across industries underpins
the vast array of services that it offers. TCS has structured its operations to focus on teams around
domain and technology requirements, offering specialised services and solutions that meet the
distinct needs of global business. TCS’ deep understanding across industries, combined with insights
from its Centers of Excellence, allows it to more efﬁciently equip the client’s business with proven
solutions that incorporate industry best practices. With engagement models that match the size and
scale of the operations, TCS supports the business goals and offers partnership opportunities based
on gain-share and risk-share models, as appropriate. Whatever the business needs or aspirations, TCS
has the in-depth knowledge, world-class processes and standards, and relationship-based approach
to put the right solution in place.
2. Global Network Delivery Model™ : TCS’ Global Network Delivery Model (GNDM™) delivers services
and solutions anywhere, with consistently superior quality. At the centre of this model are its people,
TCS House, Mumbai, India
providing skills at the appropriate scale and nurtured by the ﬁrm’s ability to attract and retain talent.
TCS has adopted a ‘follow-the-sun’ approach, meaning that no matter where the business is located,
TCS can help clients keep their business running 24/7, while providing a seamless experience across
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all operations. This combination of platform and people – assisted by collaborative tools – translates
to processes that are consistent and effective everywhere.
The model’s highlights are:
• Highly reﬁned processes that have earned TCS the ﬁrst global SEI-CMM Level 5 assessment
• Execution by a talented, scalable professional force
• On-site, domestic, and offshore stafﬁng
• Broad technology and domain expertise
• Effective and scalable talent management
• Delivery through a network of integrated, global development centres
• Multi-continent and interconnected development centre network
• State-of-the-art, redundant telecommunications network
• Global collaboration tools
The ﬁrm’s solution centres are at the heart of this delivery process and are located across the world. Each Specialised Training Centre - Ignite, Chennai, India
centre is classiﬁed as Global, Regional or Near Shore, and provides a unique set of services and solutions
to our clients.
• Global Solution Centres: Brazil, China, India
− Very high scale
− Serves large customers
− High depth & breadth of skills
− Matured processes
• Regional Solution Centers: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Hungary, Mexico, Morocco and
− Medium scale
− Serves local customers
− Select capabilities
− Addresses language and cultural challenges
• Near-Shore Solution Centres: Canada, Luxembourg, Singapore, South Africa, UAE, UK and USA
− Smaller scale
Jamsetji Tata Building, Montevideo, Uruguay
− Customer geography & time zone
− Helps to build customer comfort
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3. Focus on Innovation : TCS Innovation Labs work across domains, new technology areas and are spread
across geographies. These Labs attract the best R&D talent globally, are equipped with state-of-the-art
infrastructural resources, and have to their credit many achievements across software engineering
standards, business & domain innovations, and technology products. The work being carried out in TCS
Innovation Labs includes areas such as next generation software processes, human-computer interface,
bioinformatics, nanotechnologies, embedded solutions, grid computing and utility computing. TCS offers
research-based solutions in advanced technologies that help support its customer’s business objectives.
TCS’ R&D offerings are addressed to support business objectives and they include:
• Promote business agility: SaaS platforms, Agile enterprise architecture, Decision Support Systems
• Enable simpliﬁcation and transformation: Virtualisation, Cloud Computing, Managed Evolution of
• Manage enterprise risk and compliance: Smart Cards, Copyright protection offerings
The Tata Research Development and Design Centre (TRDDC) at Pune, India • Facilitate the enrichment of the user experience: Surface Computing, Uniﬁed Communications
and Multimedia Gateway solutions
TCS’ clients also beneﬁt from its Co-Innovation Network (COIN™), which identiﬁes and reﬁnes useful emerging
technologies. The work of the Innovation Labs is strengthened through collaborating with universities such as
MIT and Stanford and teaming with technology leaders such as IBM and Microsoft. This blending of ideas and
best practices helps TCS maintain clients’ technological edge.
The Network’s highlights are:
• Proven innovation from India’s ﬁrst and largest software R&D unit
• Partnerships with both current market leaders and entrepreneurs with rule-changing approaches
• Investments in research to develop next-generation solutions
• Close collaboration with clients to generate relevant, actionable innovation
4. Full Services Portfolio: TCS’ full services portfolio combines traditional IT and Remote Infrastructure
services with knowledge-based services such as Consulting and Business Process Outsourcing. This
enables TCS to provide integrated solutions that’s helps Clients recognise value quickly by reducing
costs and improving business agility. The efﬁciency and seamlessness of its engagements makes TCS an
TCS Training Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, India excellent partner to companies looking for an integrated approach to managing all IT and operational
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Intellectual property—from software products, to technology and business components, to service and
process frameworks—is the culmination of our business knowledge, technology excellence and process
innovation and helps transform businesses around the world.
• Industry speciﬁc software products in Banking and Financial Services, Insurance,
Retail, Healthcare, Telecom, Government and Hi-Tech sectors provide customers with a
• TCS’ library of Technology and Domain components enables it to build high quality solutions
and bring them to market faster.
• It’s service and process frameworks improve operational efﬁciencies and business agility.
Corporate Sustainability (CS) in TCS is focussed on health and education initiatives together with ensuring
diversity in the workforce, ethical global sourcing and concern for the environment. While TCS endeavours
to use its IT core competence to address societal problems, one key differentiator for TCS is the involvement
of its employees through volunteer activities conducted under the umbrella of Maitree, an association of TCS Hangzhou, China
TCS employees and their families across the globe that is active in various communities and is a key
vehicle of CS within the company. Maitree also addresses TCS’ internal stakeholders and engages TCSers
and their families in a variety of meaningful activities including music, dance and sport.
CS activities include structured engagement with stakeholders, especially with academics and students;
and the use of IT core competence to address large-scale societal problems and launch new solutions like
mKrishi, anSMS-based agro advisory service. Be it girl child education in South Asia in collaboration with
UNICEF or adult literacy programmes in South India, TCS believes in using IT as an instrument for social
development and change.
Other TCS community initiatives have been in areas addressing environmental and civic problems; setting
up and maintaining infrastructure for urban beautiﬁcation, pollution reduction and healthcare; waste
management in the ofﬁce environment; water treatment; and building a world-class super-specialty
hospital for children in Mumbai city.
TCS Seven Hills Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Contact : Head – Corporate Marketing, Tata Consultancy Services, TCS House, 3rd Floor, Raveline Street,
Mumbai-400 001, India. Tel : +91-22-6778 9974 Fax : +91-22-6630 9994 Email : corporate.ofﬁce@tcs.com
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TATA ELXSI www.tataelxsi.com
Tata Elxsi is a design company that blends technology, creativity and engineering to help customers transform ideas into
world-class products and solutions.
The company addresses the communications, consumer products, healthcare, media & entertainment, semiconductor
and transportation sectors. This is supported by a talent pool of over 3500 employees and a network of design studios,
development centers and ofﬁces worldwide. Its core practice areas cover embedded electronics and software development,
industrial design, systems integration, Animation and Visual FX services. Headquartered in Bengaluru, Tata Elxsi is a public
Embedded Product Design
The Embedded Product Design division provides technology consulting, new product development, system integration and
testing services for leading product companies, ODMs and service providers. This is backed by an in-depth understanding
of technology, a large multi-disciplinary product development team and mature processes and systems including SEI
High-end technology products enabled by Embedded
Product Design CMMi Level 5 and ISO 9001.
The division also creates and licenses intellectual property and software components, helping customers create product
differentiation and reduce development costs and time-to-market.
It offers solutions across a diverse range of industries including broadcast, industrial and consumer products, transportation,
energy, medical technology, wireless communications and convergence.
The Industrial Design division helps customers develop endearing brands and products by using design as a strategic tool
for business success.
The division's extends across consumer insight, branding, industrial design, visual design & merchandising, design
engineering and manufacturing support.
Its in-depth understanding of consumers and rapidly changing market dynamics, backed by a multi-disciplinary design
team, enables it to service a broad spectrum of industries. This includes automotive, communications, consumer products,
healthcare and retail.
The division has supported the launch of over 50 brands and products across the world. Its work has been recognised with
several international awards and patents for design and innovation.
Industrial design and product development by
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Visual Computing Labs
Visual Computing Labs (VCL) is an award-winning digital production studio providing Animation, Visual Effects and 3D
stereoscopic content for feature ﬁlms, episodic television and advertising.
VCL hosts world-class studios in India and Los Angeles and a creative team that includes Academy Award® winning and
BAFTA nominated professionals.
Recent awards include a Golden and a Silver Lotus at the 56th National awards, for exemplary Animation and Visual Effects.
VCL was also nominated for best-animated ﬁlm at the Visual Effects Society awards for “Roadside Romeo” in 2009.
VCL also offers custom content development for visualisation and product marketing, and is a leading developer of mobile,
online and console games.
The Systems Integration division implements and integrates complete systems and solutions for high-performance
computing, CAD/CAM/CAE, broadcast, virtual reality, storage and disaster recovery.
The division addresses the broadcast, manufacturing, government, defence and education sectors, with an expert team of
integration specialists and support engineers located across a wide network of ofﬁces.This is backed by strategic partnerships Animation and special effects created by Visual Effects
with best-in-class software and technology providers.
The Professional Services Group under Systems Integration extends maintenance and support services for data mining,
facilities management, network management, storage consultancy and management, in India and overseas.
Contact : CEO’s Ofﬁce, Tata Elxsi, ITPB Road, Whiteﬁeld, Bengaluru-560 048, India.
Tel : +91-80-2297 9103 Fax : +91-80-2841 1474 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Virtual reality expertise from Systems Integration
Tata Technologies, founded in 1989, enables ambitious manufacturers to design and build better products through
engineering services outsourcing and the application of information technology to product development and
manufacturing enterprise processes.
Manufacturers are increasingly challenged to provide safer, environmentally friendly, innovative, content-rich products
at the same or lower cost. Tata Technologies helps its customers meet these challenges through four lines of service:
VPD – Vehicle Programs & Development (VPD)
The VPD provides complete outsourced program management, concept development, detail design, validation and
manufacturing planning services. Projects of this scale and complexity are achieved through a combination of vehicle
experts in the US and Europe, coupled with India’s most experienced automotive engineers. Programs include electric
vehicles, or EV variants that help achieve sustainability targets, while providing mobility at an affordable price point. The
Automotive Engineering and Design
eMO electric vehicle, designed by Tata Technologies, showcased at the 2012 International Auto Show in Detroit, was a
ﬁrst for any India-based engineering services ﬁrm.
E&D – Outsourced Engineering & Design
The services of this group include concept development, VA/VE, CAE, detailed engineering, embedded software
development, product veriﬁcation, and manufacturing process design and validation, applied to major product sub-
systems and components. Services include the provision of offshore engineering centers in India and Thailand.
ESG – Enterprise Solutions Group
The ESG provides consulting and IT solutions
that help customers in optimising critical
enterprise processes through the application of
ERP, manufacturing execution systems, MES, and
CRM improving manufacturing performance.
It also has extensive experience and templates
used to rapidly integrate the systems and data of
companies acquired by manufacturers.
PLM – Product Lifecycle Management
The PLM optimises product development
processes, implementing collaborative PLM
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tools, a major contributor to ER&D investment efﬁciency, especially for global engineering teams with
extensive supply chains. Tata Technologies is the world’s largest independent reseller of PLM technology. It
and its customers are among the world’s top users of PLM technology. The company’s engineers use these
products to deliver services to our customers worldwide. It packages the insights and practices learned
into service offering templates to improve the efﬁciency of engineering teams at Tata Technologies and its
Tata Technologies serves leading automotive, aerospace and construction equipment manufacturers in 25
countries through its six global delivery centers, Pune and Bangalore (India), Detroit (USA), Coventry (UK),
Stuttgart (Germany) and Bangkok (Thailand) and the international headquarters at Singapore.
The company’s value proposition is built on its understanding of the unique business requirements of
customers, insights into both mature and emerging markets, extensive domain experience, an effective
blend of global and local resources, ability to scale rapidly, and a talent pool of over 5,000 engineers –
the largest and most experienced engineering services team in India. Combined with its distributed R&D Aerospace Engineering and Design
model, PLM-based perspective and solution-focused IT expertise, Tata Technologies brings together people,
processes and technology, with a proven record of improving the business performance of the world’s top
manufacturers. The company also caters to their tier 1 suppliers and extended supply chains.
• eMO Concept – unveiled in January 2012 at the International Automotive Show in Detroit is the
world’s ﬁrst complete vehicle program developed by an India-based engineering services company.
This program features innovation in automotive packaging and design, as well as EV engineering
benchmarks; and was created to go to market at the disruptive price point of $20,000.
• The Tata Technologies joint venture with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Tata HAL Technologies, is
the ﬁrst Indian aerospace engineering organisation to deliver a joint conceptual deﬁnition of a jet
• The application of frugal engineering principles to new industries including Construction/Heavy
Machinery on a global scale.
Engineering Knowledge Management
Tata Technologies industry-leading proprietary applications and services enable engineers to better use
technology; and to capture, embed, and reuse their knowledge.
• iGETIT – a knowledge management tool used by more than 110,000 engineers worldwide eMO – Electric Mobility Concept
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• iCHECKIT, iCOMPAREIT – quality- and standards-maintenance of engineering data for manufacturers
• iSUPPORTIT – world HelpDesk, is an innovative tool, delivering engineers critical resources and support worldwide
The company uses and implements leading software technology. In addition, it also sells and supports PLM products
• Dassault Systèmes
• Siemens PLM
Comprehensive PLM Products and Services • Oracle (CRM)
The company is accredited with AS 9100C certiﬁcation for services delivered from its Center for Advanced Engineering
and Design at Hinjawadi in Pune, India. In addition, the company owns an ISO 9001:2008 for engineering services for its
Delivery Centers at Pune, Bangalore and Thailand. The Pune Center is also a certiﬁed ISO/IEC 27001:2005 for compliance to
information security management systems. Quality is delivered consistently to customers through our standardised Global
Engagement Model (GEM).
Corporate philosophy – Better for the Community, Better for you
Tata Technologies commitment to the communities it operates is demonstrated by providing jobs. Over 70% of its employees
are citizens of the countries in where it operates. This ensures a better customer-company relationship and enables the
company to service its customers better and faster for the long term.
Its Corporate Sustainability Programs include technical education (through Ready Engineer™), environmental responsibility
(applicable to Tata Technologies facilities as well as the products the company engineers), and community service strives to
make things better for the planet, better for people, better for business, better now, and better for the future.
Websites: www.TataTechnologies.com, www.BetterInnovation.com, www.MyIgetIt.com
Contacts : International Headquarters, Singapore. Tel : +65-6779 4733 Fax : +65-6372 4955 Email : email@example.com
Asia-Paciﬁc Headquarters, Pune, India. Tel : +91-20-6652 9090 Fax : +91-20-6652 9043
North America Headquarters, Novi, MI, USA. Tel : +1 248 426 1482 Fax : +1 248 426 8398
Europe Headquarters, Coventry, UK. Tel : +44 (0) 8443 759685 Fax : +44 (0) 2476 158749
Tata HAL Technologies Limited, Bengaluru, India. Tel : +91 80 6583 7174 / 7175
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INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS www.tatainteractive.com
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) is a pioneer and global leader in custom learning solutions. TIS’ offerings address
training needs arising out of key organisational initiatives such as full training or learning outsourcing, a major
enterprise-wide system like SAP, large scale recruitment and new employee on-boarding, new customer
philosophy initiative, workforce re-skilling associated with the rollout of a process improvement initiative such
as lean, leadership development, regulatory & compliance training etc.
The industry verticals TIS services include Education; Government and Defence; Telecommunications, Media and
Technology; Healthcare and Life Sciences; Banking, Financial Services and Insurance; Airlines, Transportation,
Logistics and Hospitality; Consumer Package Goods and Retail; and Manufacturing, Energy and Construction.
Tata Interactive Systems also offers innovative and comprehensive educational solutions for Indian schools
under the brand name CLASSEDGE. Based on TIS’ instructional framework—the Multiple Learning Experiences
Model—CLASSEDGE is designed to help teachers deliver high quality instruction with an effective blend of
classroom activities and interactive multimedia. This solution aims to encourage students’ social and thinking
skills along with ensuring a thorough understanding of the curriculum content.
With a team of over 800 multi-disciplinary specialists, TIS creates 3000+ hours of learning content across 220+
concurrent projects every year. TIS’ solutions have proven their effectiveness at more than 500 clients, 60 of
whom are Fortune 500 companies, leading educational institutions and government departments.
TIS is the first and only learning solutions organisation in the world to be assessed at Level 5 in both the
SEI-CMM and P-CMM. Its solutions have won over 50 prestigious international awards in the past 10 years
including Brandon Hall, APEX, BETT and BIMA to name a few.
Areas of Business
The TIS product range includes:
E-Learning & Blended Learning; Simulations; Serious Games; Story-based Learning; Learning Portals; Mobile
TIS often uses a combination of product formats for maximum effect. For example, e-learning is often combined
with simulations or serious games.
TIS has development centres in Germany, Switzerland and India. Its sales and marketing operations span the
US, Canada, the UK, mainland Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, India and the rest of Asia.
Contact : Chief Marketing Ofﬁcer, Tata Interactive Systems, Leela Business Park, Andheri-Kurla Road, Andheri (E),
Mumbai-400 059, India. Tel : +91-22-6643 8000 Fax : +91-22-6643 8800 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES www.tata-bss.com
Tata Business Support Services (TBSS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Sons Limited, providing outsourced
customer care and allied services to utilities, travel agencies/airlines, ﬁnancial services, media companies, retail
companies, Governments and NGOs. TBSS has state-of-the-art infrastructure and a distributed delivery capability
across sixteen centres in India. The company offers voice based services in 14 Indian and foreign languages and
integrates many aspects of ﬁeld services and associated logistics. It also works alongside and complements the
BPO portfolio of TCS.
An important effort at TBSS is to build service offerings at price performance points appropriate for India’s rapidly
expanding domestic markets for various kinds of outsourced services. Given the modest scope for factor cost
arbitrage for clients within India, the company is focused on innovation with regard to delivery models and
A hub centre in Mohali While Tata Group companies have collectively constituted an important ‘home’ market for TBSS, the company
is also focused on pursuing opportunities in the emerging market for public private partnerships, including in
several kinds of citizen services.
• Customer care administration: Answering queries and processing requests concerning product/service
features, delivery & installations, warranties, claims, etc.
• Problem registration & resolution support: Helpdesk support, coordination with dealers, clients and client
franchises, customer updates, billing issues, etc.
• Analytics based services: Lead generation for direct marketing & cross selling, market surveys, churn &
loyalty programme management, etc.
• Third party administration: Services for auto and healthcare markets and retail ﬁnancial services.
A satellite centre in Jamshedpur
Contact : India : Tata Business Support Services Ltd., Gowra Trinity, Chiran Fort Lane, S.P. Road, Begumpet, Hyderabad-500 003,
India. Mobile : +91 - 92465 35301, +91 - 92461 59894 Email : email@example.com
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TATA SKY www.tatasky.com
Tata Sky is a JV between the TATA Group and STAR. The company has invested in state-of-the-art digital infrastructure,
partnered with global leaders to provide superior technology and set-up high-end 24x7 call centers across the country
manned by multi-lingual customer service associates to offer professional and efﬁcient customer service.
Launched in 2006, Tata Sky has empowered every Indian viewer with ‘Choice, Control and Convenience’ by offering them
a most comprehensive channel line-up ranging from movies, news, entertainment and sports channels in DVD picture
quality and CD quality sound.
Tata Sky was the ﬁrst DTH Company to launch interactive services customised for the Indian market, like education
services for the young, hi-end games across specialised genres, cooking recipes-on-demand, 24x7 darshan of leading
temples on TV and English speaking lessons for housewives.
In 2008, Tata Sky brought about a complete paradigm shift in the DTH market with the launch of Tata Sky+, offering
the breakthrough ‘Personal Video Recorder’ (PVR) technology for the ﬁrst time in the Indian subcontinent, with unique
features such as Pause, Record & Rewind Live TV. This was further enhanced with the launch of Tata Sky HD at an
affordable price point.
Tata Sky rolled out its most anticipated Tata Sky+ HD, the new generation PVR with the capability of delivering stunning
HD picture quality in 1080i resolution with Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound. Equipped with a humongous 500 GB hard
drive, users can now record every minute of action of their favourite sport, shows and movies in HD.
The company recently simpliﬁed its packages and introduced TruChoice, a genre based packaging model which clubbed
channels of the same genre in ONE pack. Riding on its success, the company introduced ‘Make My Pack’ service which
empowers subscribers with the option of creating their own pack.
Tata Sky recently launched its Video on Demand service - a combination of Catch Up TV and VoD Library of Movies and
TV concerts for subscribers for easy download. To enjoy the service, subscribers need to connect the Tata Sky+ HD Set Top
Box to their broadband connection through an Ethernet cable and download their favourite content.
The Tata Sky brand has achieved signiﬁcant milestones, industry accolades and is rated as the No 1 DTH brand by the ET
Brand Equity 2011 most trusted brand survey. It is also the ﬁrst DTH brand to get the prestigious ‘Superbrand’ status.
The company has a presence in over 8,000 towns with a subscriber base of over 8.5 million premium connections.
Tata Sky has established itself as the leader in terms of revenue share becoming the fastest growing premium pay TV
platform in India.
Contact : Chief Marketing Ofﬁcer or National Manager – Corporate Communications, Tata Sky, 3rd Floor, C-1 Wadia International
Centre (Bombay Dyeing), Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Mumbai-400 025, India.
Tel : +91-22-6613 3000 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Communications is among the Tata Group’s larger investments, with over $7.5 billion already committed.
The Group’s objective is to provide end-to-end telecommunications solutions for business and residential
customers across the nation and internationally. The Group’s communications activities are currently spread
primarily over four companies—Tata Teleservices Limited, its associate Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited,
Tata Communications (erstwhile VSNL) and Tata Sky. Together, these companies cover the full range of
communications services, including:
• Telephony Services: Fixed and Mobile
• Media & Entertainment Services: Satellite TV
• Data Services: Leased Lines, Managed Data Networks, IP/MPLS VPN, Dial-up Internet, Wi-Fi and
• Value-added Services: Mobile and Broadband Content/Applications, Calling Cards, Net Telephony and
• Infrastructure Services: Submarine Cable Bandwidth, Terrestrial Fiber Network and Satellite Earth Stations
and VSAT Connectivity
Tata Teleservices Limited (TTL) spearheads the Tata Group’s presence in the
telecom sector. Incorporated in 1996, TTL is the pioneer of the CDMA 1x
technology platform in India and embarked on a growth path after the acquisition
of Hughes Telecom (India) Limited [renamed Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra)
Limited] by the Tata Group in 2002. It launched mobile operations in January
2005 and today enjoys a pan-India presence through existing operations in all
of India’s 22 telecom Circles. The company is also the market leader in the ﬁxed
wireless telephony market and also enjoys leadership position in the enterprise
Tata Teleservices Limited has established a signiﬁcant presence in the GSM
space, despite having entered the market less than three years ago in a joint
venture with NTT DOCOMO of Japan, and offers differentiated products and
services under the Tata DOCOMO brand name. Tata DOCOMO arises out of the
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Tata Group’s strategic alliance with Japanese telecom major NTT DOCOMO in November 2008. Tata DOCOMO has a
pan-India license to operate GSM telecom services—and has also been allotted spectrum in 18 telecom Circles. The
company rolled out GSM services in all of these 18 telecom Circles in the quick span of just over a year and is today one
of India's best-recalled private telecom operator brands.
Tata DOCOMO marks a signiﬁcant milestone in the Indian telecom landscape, and has already redeﬁned the very face
of telecoms in India, being the ﬁrst to pioneer the per-second tariff option—part of its ‘Pay for What You Use’ pricing
paradigm. Tokyo-based NTT DOCOMO is one of the world’s leading mobile operators—in the Japanese market, the
company is the clear market leader, used by nearly 55 per cent of the country’s mobile phone users.
Tata Teleservices Limited was also the ﬁrst Indian private telecom operator to launch 3G services in India under the brand
name Tata DOCOMO, with its 3G launch in all the nine telecom Circles where it bagged the 3G license in November
2010. In association with its NTT DOCOMO, the Company ﬁnds itself favorably positioned to leverage this ﬁrst-mover
TTL also has a strategic partnership agreement with retail giant Future Group to offer mobile telephony services under
the brand name—T24—on the GSM platform. The exciting new brand was unveiled last year and the company ﬁrst
launched GSM operations in the city of Hyderabad. It has since launched T24 GSM services in all 18 Circles where TTL
has a GSM license.
In December 2008, TTL announced a unique reverse equity swap strategic agreement between its telecom tower
subsidiary, Wireless TT Info-Services Limited, and Quippo Telecom Infrastructure Limited—with the combined entity
kicking off operations with 18,000 towers, thereby becoming the largest independent entity in this space—with the
highest tenancy ratios in the industry. Today, the combined entity—which has been re-christened as VIOM Networks—
has a portfolio of nearly 40,000 towers.
Tata Teleservices Limited, along with Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited, serves over 85 million customers in
more than 450,000 towns and villages across the country, with a bouquet of telephony services encompassing Mobile Tata Docomo state-of-the-art Experience Centers
Services, Wireless Desktop Phones, Public Booth Telephony and Wireline Services across one uniﬁed and integrated
Contact : Rajeev Narayan, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Tata Teleservices Limited, 2A, Old Ishwar Nagar, Main Mathura Road,
New Delhi-110 065 Tel : +91-11-6655 8100, +91-11-6655 1013 Fax : +91-11-6655 9808/ +91 - 11 - 6655 9809
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile : +91-92-121 05151
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TATA COMMUNICATIONS www.tatacommunications.com
Tata Communications is a leading provider of communications solutions to global enterprises and service providers and
Indian small & medium enterprises. Tata Communications’ range of services for global enterprises and service providers
includes transmission, IP, converged voice, mobility, managed network connectivity, hosting and storage, managed
security, managed collaboration and business transformation.
The company owns and operates one of the world’s largest and most advanced submarine cable networks and a Tier-1
IP network. These capabilities have been built through a mix of organic efforts and several global acquisitions including
that of Tyco Global Network (TGN) in 2005 and Teleglobe in 2006. The company has ofﬁces in 80 cities in 40 countries and
an employee base of around 7,500.
Tata Communications Limited is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India and its
ADRs are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. (NYSE: TCL)
Tata Communications is structured along two major business units:
Global Voice Solutions
This business unit gives Tata Communications the distinction of being among the world’s largest providers of wholesale
international voice services to service providers, carrying over 40 billion minutes of traffic annually. The company’s
customer base includes over 1,600 carriers, mobile operators and ISPs. The company also provides a variety of
value-added services like international toll free services and account calling, and domestic long distance services
in India. Tata Communications has been recognised as the best wholesale carrier at several prestigious telecom
industry events, including the World Communications Awards and the Capacity magazine’s Global Wholesale
Global Data Solutions
Through this business unit, Tata Communications serves the communication, connectivity and collaboration needs
of global enterprises and service providers as well as Indian small & medium businesses. Tata Communications offers
global MNCs connectivity solutions like international and India domestic private leased lines, MPLS virtual private
networks and global ethernet services as well as managed services like hosting, collaboration, including Telepresence,
Tata Communications Building-VSB, Mumbai hosted applications and security. In India, Tata Communications has established itself as a leading provider of enterprise
data services offering customised vertical solutions to major industries, including banking & ﬁnancial services, IT and
IT-enabled services, and media & entertainment services.
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Tata Communications entered the cloud computing space in 2010 to further its promise of bringing productivity
enhancing services to Indian businesses. ‘InstaCompute’ provides secure and elastic, on-demand computing
and storage resources to businesses over the network, as and when they need them.
Tata Communications is also a leading provider of bandwidth, IP connectivity, mobility and other value-added
services to service providers globally. It further leverages its skills in network engineering, operations and
management to provide such services on an outsourced basis to other telecom companies, enabling them to
achieve signiﬁcant transformation in performance, quality and cost.
Tata Communications’ depth and breadth of reach in emerging markets includes leadership in Indian enterprise
data services, leadership in global international voice, and strategic investments in South Africa (Neotel), Sri Lanka
(Tata Communications Lanka Limited) and Nepal (United Telecom Limited). In South Africa, Tata Communications
has a controlling stake in the country’s ﬁrst converged services operator, Neotel, which caters to wholesale,
business and home customer needs.
Centralised Network Operations Centre, Mumbai
Tata Communications is one of the world’s largest owners of submarine cable bandwidth, with its own cables
connecting four continents and all major countries. Tata Communications also has a vast terrestrial ﬁbre network
in India that includes over 40,000 route kilometres of inter-city network. The Tata Global Network includes one
of the most advanced and largest submarine cable networks, a Tier-1 IP network, with connectivity to more than
200 countries across 400 PoPs, and nearly 1 million square feet of data center and co-location space worldwide.
Tata Communications is the world’s ﬁrst communications provider to offer public Telepresence rooms, and
currently has the largest global network of public Telepresence rooms in 21 countries across ﬁve continents,
which are offered on a pay per use basis and enable access to this cutting-edge technology at an affordable
Contact : DGM-Corporate Communications, Tata Communications, 4th ﬂoor, C Tower, Plots C21 & C36, ‘G’ Block, Bandra-Kurla
Complex, Mumbai-400 098, India. Tel : +91-89760 68777 Fax : +91-22-6694 1912 Email : email@example.com
Tata Communications Montreal facilities
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Tata BP Solar
The seemingly simple but daring idea of harnessing water ﬂowing down the hills near
Mumbai to create energy marked India’s entry into the league of nations capable of
generating hydroelectric power. This remarkable vision has made the country’s ﬁnancial
capital an island that burns bright, and placed the Tata Group at the forefront of an industry
being deregulated and unshackled to address India’s ever-growing energy requirements.
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Originally established as The Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Company Ltd. in 1911 to supply power to Mumbai, Tata
Power is India’s largest integrated private power utility with an installed generation capacity of over 4771 MW and a
presence across the entire value chain in power generation (thermal, hydro, solar, wind and geothermal), transmission,
distribution, trading, fuel and logistics.
Having served Mumbai’s consumers for over nine decades, Tata Power has since spread its footprint across the country and
overseas. The thermal power stations of the company are located at Trombay in Mumbai, Jojobera in Jharkhand, Haldia in
West Bengal, Power House #6 in Jamshedpur and Belgaum in Karnataka. Its hydro stations are located in the Western Ghats
of Maharashtra, and wind farms in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka. It has also implemented a 3 MW Solar power plant
at Mulshi in Maharashtra.
The company has been a front runner in introducing state-of-the-art power technologies in India. Among the achievements
the company has to its credit are the installation of India’s ﬁrst 500MW unit at Trombay, the ﬁrst 150MW pumped storage
unit at its hydro plant at Bhira, and a ﬂue gas de-sulphurisation plant for pollution control at Trombay. An optimum mix of
hydel and thermal capacity enables the company to supply power at competitive tariffs to its customers. The company’s
transmission and distribution losses are among the lowest in the country at a mere 1.8 per cent.
The company’s growth plans include signiﬁcant capacity addition in the next three years, scaling from the current 3000 MW
to 8000 MW by 2013. The new projects under implementation are as follows:
4000 MW, Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project (UMPP): The Mundra UMPP is progressing well and on schedule with
engineering, procurement and construction activities in full swing. The ﬁrst unit was ready for synchronisation on June
29, 2011, awaiting transmission evacuation system, which was made available by September 30, 2011. Post availability of
transmission capacity, Unit 1 has been synchronised with the grid and has achieved full load. Commissioning is targeted
within Q4 FY12. Work on Unit 2, 3, 4 and 5 is also on track and is progressing well.
1050 MW Maithon Project: Unit 1 has been commissioned. In Unit 2, Boiler steam blowing was completed on November
20, 2011. Unit 2 is expected to be synchronised by end February 2012 and on full load by March 2012.
114 MW Dagachhu Project: A partnership with The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB), this project is progressing well.
Major ordering for the project has been completed. All statutory clearances, land, water and environment clearances have
been received and the PPA for the entire quantum of power has been signed for the project. Infrastructure activities like
approach road, bridges, construction power, etc. have been completed. Given the geological conditions, the project is
facing some delay but all efforts are being made to commission the unit by 2014.
236 MW Dugar Hydro Power Project: The Tata Power - SN Power Consortium JV won the bid for the 236 MW Dugar Hydro
Power Project in Himachal Pradesh. The run of the river “Dugar Hydro Electric Project” will primarily feed the northern grid.
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The project team has carried out route survey, geological mapping and contour mapping of the project site.
Currently, the project is being optimised for 500 MW.
Kalinganagar, Odisha 3X67.5 MW (Gas based) +3X150 MW (Coal+gas based): The project is being executed
through Industrial Energy Limited, a JV with Tata Steel Limited. Tata Steel has obtained Environment Clearance
for the gas based plant along with its steel plant. Water allocation has also been obtained. The process has been
initiated for obtaining coal linkage, water allocation, EC, etc. for coal based plant.
1600 MW Coastal Maharashtra Project: All statutory clearances required to start the project implementation
are in place. Land acquisition is in progress. The company has also signed an agreement with the Maharashtra
state government for the R&R package for the farmers in the Dehrand / Shahpur villages. Economic options for
coal sourcing and logistics are under evaluation.
660 MW Naraj Marthapur, Odisha: The major clearances for the project have been obtained. Land acquisition 4,000MW Mundra ultra mega power project
is in progress.
1980 MW Tiruldih Power Project, Jharkhand: The process of land acquisition for the project is in progress. In
principle clearance has been received from Indian Railways for the transportation of coal from Tubed.
International Opportunities: The company has prioritised seven countries in three geographies for a
purposeful international play. These include South Africa and other Sub-Saharan Africa countries, Indonesia,
Vietnam, Turkey and the Middle East. The company is in the process of deploying resources in these geographies
to understand the market dynamics and scout for opportunities.
Projects in Renewables
Wind Power: Tata Power is the leading private wind generation company with an installed capacity of 375 MW.
Tata Power’s wind farms are spread across four states: Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, the
leading states in promoting wind power generation in India.
Solar Power: The company has completed its 3 MW plant in Mulshi, Maharashtra. The company has also
developed a 25 MW solar PV plant in Mithapur, Gujarat and has signed a PPA with GUVNL for the same. The
plant was commissioned on January 25th, 2012 and is steadily generating supply.
Geothermal Power: The Tata Power-led consortium along with Origin Energy, Australia and PT Supraco,
Indonesia won the 240 MW Sorik Marapi Project. The expected COD for the project is June 2015.
Indonesian coal companies: The company has 30 per cent equity stake in two major Indonesian thermal coal
producers, PT Kaltim Prima Coal and PT Arutmin Indonesia, as well as related trading companies owned by PT
Bumi Resources Tbk. 1050MW Maithon project
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Joint Ventures and subsidiaries
Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL): A subsidiary in joint-venture with the Government of Delhi, this
company distributes and supplies power to the north and north-west areas of Delhi. The company serves over 4.5 million
consumers spread over an area of 510 sq km. Since commencing operations in July 2002, TPDDL has successfully reduced
aggregate technical and commercial (AT&C) losses from a high of 53 per cent to less than 20 per cent and launched a
series of technological improvements for upgrading reliability and other consumer services.
Tata Power also has a 51 per cent stake in Powerlinks Transmission Limited, a joint venture with the Power Grid Corporation
of India Ltd., for the 1,200 km Tala Transmission Project of the 1,020MW Tala Hydro-electric project based in Bhutan. The
Tala Transmission Project represents India’s ﬁrst inter-state transmission project with public-private partnership since the
enactment of the country’s Electricity Act in 2003, which had set out the regulatory structure for the opening up of the
Wind farms power sector in India. The successful commissioning of the Tala Transmission system ahead of schedule in 2006 led to the
synchronisation of the central and northern grids to make it one of the largest power grids in the world.
Tata Power Trading Co. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary, is the ﬁrst company to have been awarded a power trading
licence by the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission enabling it to carry out transactions all over India.
The company’s Strategic Electronics Division (SED) designs and develops electronic products and systems for India’s
defence and other core sectors. SED has received seven manufacturing licences under new defence procurement
procedures, making it eligible to receive RFPs for major programmes from the Ministry of Defence. It is also developing
a program to modernise the airﬁeld infrastructure for the Indian Air Force.
NELCO Limited (a subsidiary) has its core competence in the areas of systems integration and project management
for defence electronics, energy network management, power electronics, VSAT networks and automation. A pioneer in
several segments of its operations, the company caters to core segments like defence, railways, steel, cement, automobile,
oil and gas, paper, power plants, ceramics and services.
3 MW Mulshi solar plant Corporate Sustainability
Tata Power is proud to be a sustainability steward and is working on leading the industry towards responsible growth.
The company’s sustainability initiatives comprise investing in clean energy production, building a strong renewable
portfolio, focusing on bio-diversity conservation, streamlining water use, and planting thousands of trees in the vicinity
of the plants to reduce the carbon footprint.
The company has also created a sustained platform called Tata Power Club Enerji (TPCE) for the school children of the
country to practise energy conservation. It believes in involving school children to propagate efﬁcient usage of energy
for a greener and safer tomorrow. TPCE has become a nation-wide movement and has covered more than 400 schools
till date across ten cities in India, i.e., Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jamshedpur, Lonavla, Haldia
and Belgaum. The club has over 40,000 Energy Champions and has sensitised over 2.5 million citizens and saved more
than 3.4 million units of energy.
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Over the last 30 years, Tata Power has continued to contribute to eco-restoration and eco-development programmes
in the Western Ghats, one of the most sensitive eco-systems in the world. Over seven million saplings of 60 tree
species have been planted in this fragile and valuable area.
It was in the early 1900s that the Group’s Founder Jamsetji Tata had vowed to provide the country and its people
with cheap, clean and abundant power. Tata Power is only trying to make good on that promise and take pride in
Lighting up Lives!
Contact : Head - Corporate Communications, Tata Power, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6665 8282 Fax : +91-22-6665 8801 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
TATA BP SOLAR www.tatabpsolar.com
Tata BP Solar India Limited (JV) was incorporated as a Joint Venture between Tata Exports Ltd. (renamed Tata
International Limited) and BP Solar India Holdings Limited (renamed BP Alternative Energy Holdings Limited) (BP) in
1989 for the purpose of manufacturing photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules. Tata Power has signed share purchase
agreement with BP Alternative Energy Holdings to purchase their 51% Equity and Preference shares in the Joint
Venture - Tata BP Solar (the “Company”). On completion of transaction, Tata Power will own 100% of the company.
3MW Solar Power Plant for Tata Power at Mulshi, Maharashtra
Tata BP Solar has a 125 MW solar module manufacturing capacity.
Tata BP Solar provides customised solar solutions to various segments: (1) Access to energy (illuminating village
homes and communities). (2) Energy to business (telecom towers, railways, banks, green buildings, offshore oil
platforms). (3) On to grid – Centralised MW solar farms and grid-connect residential/commercial rooftops. The
company has executed several MW solar projects during 2011 aggregating to approximately 57 MW under the ﬁrst
phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission and Gujarat’s Solar power policy.
Tata BP Solar’s world-class manufacturing facilities for solar photovoltaic products and solar water heating systems
are among the largest and ﬁrst of their kind in the country.
Tata BP Solar regularly exports products and systems to several countries.
40kWp at Nyoma Leh – 40kWp Solar Power Plant at Nyoma, Leh
Contact : Tata BP Solar, 78, Electronics City, Hosur Road, Bengaluru-560 100, India. Tel : +91-80-4070 2000, 3000
Fax : +91-80-2852 0116 Email : email@example.com
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The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
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Property Development & Infrastructure
The Indian Hotels Company Limited
(Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces)
Tata Realty and Infrastructure
Tata Housing Development
Drive India Enterprise Solutions Limited (DIESL)
Tata Asset Management
services Tata Investment Corporation
Legend has it that it all started in the early 1900s when an Indian took umbrage at not Tata Capital
being allowed entry to a hotel because he had the wrong skin colour. Jamsetji Tata, Other Services
the founder of the Tata Group, responded by creating India’s ﬁrst luxury hotel, the Taj Tata Strategic Management Group
Mahal Palace and Tower. Those following in his footsteps have built on the legacy with Tata Services
enterprises across the services spectrum, including insurance and other ﬁnancial services.
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INDIAN HOTELS www.tajhotels.com
The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) and its subsidiaries are collectively known as the Taj Group. IHCL
operates in the luxury, premium, mid-market and value segments of the market through the following brands: Taj
Hotels Resorts and Palaces (luxury full-service hotels, resorts and palaces); Vivanta Hotels & Resorts by Taj (upper
upscale hotels: full-service hotels and resorts); The Gateway Hotels & Resorts (upscale/mid-market full service hotels
and resorts) and Ginger (economy hotels).
Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur Established in 1903, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is one of Asia’s largest and ﬁnest group of hotels, comprising
93 hotels in 53 locations across India with an additional 16 international hotels in Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, UK,
USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. From world-renowned landmarks to modern business hotels,
idyllic beach destinations to authentic grand palaces, from dazzling resorts to pastoral safari lodges, each Taj hotel
offers an unrivalled fusion of warm Indian hospitality, world-class service and modern luxury. For over a century,
Taj Mahal Palace, the iconic ﬂagship has set a benchmark for ﬁne living with exquisite reﬁnement, inventiveness
At the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces luxurious living and ﬁne dining ﬁnd common ground. Whether it is taking
exotic world cuisines to India or taking authentic Indian fare to the world, the Taj Group is renowned for the eclectic
culinary experiences it brings to its guests.
The Taj Mahal, Bombay, the ﬂagship hotel of Taj Hotels Resort and Palaces, was born out of Jamsetji N. Tata’s dream.
Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur Mr. Tata believed that Bombay (now Mumbai), the commercial capital of India, required a grand hotel, one that
would enhance its reputation amongst the great cities of the world. The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai opened on
December 16, 1903 and epitomised a philosophy that still holds true today: to provide impeccable service and
unparalleled facilities so every stay is a memorable one.
The ﬂagship hotel is an architectural marvel and brings together Moorish, Oriental and Florentine styles. Offering
panoramic views of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India, the hotel is a gracious landmark of the city of
Mumbai, showcasing contemporary Indian inﬂuences along with beautiful vaulted alabaster ceilings, onyx
columns, graceful archways, hand-woven silk carpets, crystal chandeliers, a magniﬁcent art collection, an eclectic
collection of furniture and a dramatic cantilever stairway.
Drawing strength from its leadership position in India, the Taj in recent years has embarked on a complementary
strategy to expand its international footprint. The most signiﬁcant additions to its portfolio have been The Pierre,
the iconic landmark hotel on New York’s Fifth Avenue; Taj Boston; Taj Campton Place, San Francisco; Taj Cape Town,
Rambagh Palace, Jaipur South Africa; and Blue, Sydney.
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The Taj West End, Bengaluru
Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi
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The Taj has strengthened its presence in the Indian Ocean rim with the Exotica Brand, evolved as part of Taj Hotels
Resorts and Palaces’ intent to position it as a brand clearly differentiated by its product philosophy and service design.
The Taj Exotica Resort and Spa in Maldives is centered on high-end accommodation, intimacy and an environment
that allows its guest’s unrivalled comfort and privacy.
Taj Hotels has further expanded its global footprint by securing management contracts at Palm Island, Jumeirah in
Dubai; Marrakech in Morocco and, Beijing and Hainan in China.
The presence of Taj Group globally has been developed through a network of Taj regional sales and PR ofﬁces in
the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Dubai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Brazil & the United States of
The Pierre - A Taj Hotel, New York In a new foray in the service apartment’s category, the Taj operates the Taj Wellington Mews Luxury Residences as
a complex of 80 luxurious serviced apartments in South Mumbai. The Taj has also entered the high-end wildlife
tourism segment in partnership with “& Beyond” Africa. The properties under this venture are Mahua Kothi at the
Bandhavgarh National Park, Baghvan at the Pench National Park, Banjaar Tola at the Kanha National Park, and Pashan
Garh at the Panna National Park, all situated in Madhya Pradesh, India.
Taj also operates Taj Air, a luxury private jet operation with state-of-the-art Falcon 2000 LX and Avanti II aircrafts, and
Taj Yachts, two 3-bedroom luxury yachts which can be used by guests in Mumbai, and Kochi in Kerala. It also operates
Taj Sats Air Catering Limited, the largest airline catering service in South Asia, as a joint venture with Singapore
Airport Terminal Services, a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines.
Additionally, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces established the Indian Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad in
1993. The institute offers a three-year diploma, designed with the help of international faculty and has afﬁliations
with several American and European programs.
Associate Companies and Joint Ventures
The Indian Hotels Company Limited is the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces’ main company, owning around a third of
the group’s inventory of rooms. The balance of the room inventory is with associate companies and joint ventures.
Corporate Social Responsibility
The key theme of corporate social responsibility at The Indian Hotels Company Limited is to build livelihoods with a
clear focus on women, craftsmen and artisans; and education of children. The core competencies of the hospitality
business have been utilised to make these themes truly relevant and meaningful.
Contact : Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, Oxford House, 15/17 N. F. Street, Apollo Bunder,
Mumbai-400 001, India. Tel : +91-22-6665 1236 Fax : +91-22-2281 8849 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Taj Cape Town
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REALTY AND INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED www.tata-realty.com
Real estate and infrastructure have been identiﬁed as sectors with strong growth prospects in India and Tata Realty and
Infrastructure Limited (TRIL) — a 100% subsidiary of Tata Sons — has been set up to cater to the sector’s potential for
The company’s current work dossier comprises:
Real Estate Projects
• A world-class IT/ITES SEZ development — Ramanujan IT City at Taramani, Chennai (25 acres).
• A retail and city-centre development — Trilium in the heart of Amritsar.
• Development of IT SEZs for TCS at Hinjewadi in Pune, Rajarhat in Kolkata and Garima Park in Ahmedabad. Proposed premium residential apartments, Tritvam, Kochi
• A water-front premium residential development — Tritvam at Marine Drive, Kochi.
• A city-centre mixed use residential & retail development — Capitol Heights at Nagpur.
• Multi-tenanted IT Park - IT4 at Malad (E), Mumbai.
• TRIL is currently implementing the Rs. 1,370 crore Pune-Solapur Highway Project & has submitted RFQs for other road
projects across India.
• TRIL is in discussions for the development of a 2,500 acre multi-product SEZ in Odisha.
• TRIL is also in the process of setting up 14 logistics parks across India, of which land acquisition has commenced at
• TRIL is promoting the use of monorail and Personal Rapid Transport (PRT) for urban transport solution.
Fund Management Proposed Ramanujan IT City, Chennai
TRIL has recently completed its commitment of the offshore fund – Tata Realty Initiatives Fund-1 (TRIF-1) which had an
available corpus of US$ 750 mn for the development of real estate projects; it is also now planning its 2nd real estate fund.
Proposed Infrastructure Fund
TRIL also plans to set-up an infrastructure fund – Tata Infrastructure Initiatives Fund-1 (TIIF-1) – to develop prestigious
Contact : Marketing, Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited, Elphinstone Building, 2nd Floor, 10 Veer Nariman Road, Fort, Mumbai-400 001,
India. Tel : +91-22-6629 4000 Fax : +91-22-6629 0520 Email : email@example.com Proposed retail mall, Trilium, Amritsar
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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMPANY www.tatahousing.com
Incorporated in 1984, Tata Housing Development Company Ltd. is a 99.76% subsidiary of Tata Sons.
The company is currently developing more than 43 million square feet in pioneering innovative projects for different
consumer segments, with its residential offerings ranging from Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 14 crore.
Its primary business is the development of properties in the residential, commercial and retail sectors, with operations
spanning land identiﬁcation and acquisition, project planning, designing, marketing and property management. All its
projects are conceptualised after in-depth consumer and market research, with the design expertise of leading international
architects. All its projects are constructed and designed as per the guidelines of the Indian Green Building Council.
The company has set up a wholly owned subsidiary ‘Smart Value Homes Ltd.’, which focuses on developing products in
Artists' impression: Promont, Bengaluru ... the Value and Affordable Housing segments, priced between Rs. 5 lakh and Rs. 35 lakh. Tata Housing will also continue
to provide Premium and Luxury Housing projects.
Currently, in India, the company has a presence in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh,
Pune, Lonavala, Bhubaneswar and Talegaon. The company is now expanding to other tier I and II Indian cities. It has also
expanded its presence to international locations such as Maldives and Sri Lanka and is actively looking at other SAARC
nations as well. Some of its current projects are:
• Shubh Griha, Boisar & Vasind – Expansion of India’s ﬁrst true value housing project.
• New Haven Crest, Boisar – Premium Row houses at New Haven Boisar.
• La Montana, Talegaon, Pune – A mixed use Mediterranean theme based development.
• Crescent Lake Homes, Chennai – A sustainable integrated township.
• Eden Court – Primo, Kolkata – Luxury housing at affordable prices at Rajarhat’s prime location.
... Primanti, Gurgaon
• Prive, Lonavala – Luxury hillside residences built on the theme of open architecture.
• Louvre, Duplex Living at Raisina Residency, Gurgaon – Exclusive Duplex Apartments within a premium modern
residential complex conceptualised around the theme of ‘Art and Culture’.
• Aquila Heights – Bengaluru’s tallest residential development.
• Promont – Exclusive gated community spread across 14 acres on a hillock in Bengaluru.
• Primanti – Premium luxury housing project at sector 72, Gurgaon.
• Amantra – A luxurious residential township on the Thane-Kalyan Road.
Tata Housing has received various industry recognitions in the form of awards, including: multiple awards at Asia Paciﬁc
Property Awards for 2009, 2010 & 2011, Developer of the year Residential (Primanti) & Developer of the year Luxury
(Promont) by Real Estate Awards 2012 and Developer of the Year Award by Construction Week Awards 2011.
Contact : Head - Marketing Services, Tata Housing Development Co. Ltd., 12th Floor, Times Tower, Kamala Mills Compound,
Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (W), Mumbai-400 013 Tel : + 91-22-6661-4444 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
... Shubh Griha, Boisar
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JUSCO is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Steel Limited which was created in 2003 by transferring the Town Services
Division of Tata Steel. It is India’s ﬁrst comprehensive urban infrastructure services provider in the private sector. It works
with industries, state governments, urban local bodies, communities and individuals to deliver sustainable infrastructure
• Engineering & Construction: One stop shop for urban and industrial infrastructure like roads & bridges, residential,
recreational, civil and structural construction.
• Power Distribution: Licensee, franchisee, O&M, consultancy, engineering & construction.
• Water and Wastewater: End-to-End solutions for all municipal and industrial sectors viz O&M, EPC, BOTs etc.
• Municipal Solid Waste Management: O&M, Turnkey, BOT and EPC.
• Salt Lake, Kolkata: India’s ﬁrst urban water sector PPP project under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal
Mission (JNNURM) in DBOOT mode for 30 years. This project is in collaboration with M/s. Voltas and was awarded in Water treatment plant
2007. The project was inaugurated in January 2011.
• Haldia, West Bengal: India’s ﬁrst, and so far only, Lease-cum-BOT urban water project for 25 years (started operations
in November 2008).
• Mysore, Karnataka: India’s largest urban water management project for rehabilitation and conversion to 24x7 supply
in 6 years under JNNURM (started operations in January 2009).
• Seraikela-Kharsawan District, Jharkhand: One of the few regions in India where two parallel distribution licensees
are providing power to consumers (started operations in October 2007).
• Jamshedpur, Jharkhand: Construction of 4-lane bridge with 8-lane toll plaza and approach roads on BOT basis.
• Kollam, Kerala: Establishment of an integrated municipal solid waste processing and disposal facility. The project got
inaugurated in July 2010.
• Mysore, Karnataka: Construction of engineered Landﬁll and O&M for 14 years (started construction in October 2010).
In the last seven years JUSCO has received several awards at various forums for its service delivery.
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Contact : Head - Corporate Communications, JUSCO, Sakchi Boulevard Road, Northern Town, Bistupur, Jamshedpur-831 001, Jharkhand, India.
Tel : + 91 657 6652101/ 6652013 Fax : + 91 657 2424219 Email : email@example.com
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DRIVE INDIA ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS LIMITED (DIESL) www.diesl.in
Established in 2003, Drive India Enterprise Solutions Ltd. (DIESL) is a leading provider of third party logistics services
(3PL) in India. The company is a 50:50 JV between Tata Industries and Tata International.
DIESL caters to a wide range of industries including telecommunications, consumer durables, FMCG, retail,
automobiles, DTH and also undertakes project logistics. DIESL is privileged to work with more than 100 high proﬁle
brands, which include both Tata and non-Tata companies. Its service offerings to these segments include:
• Warehousing Solutions: Warehousing, order execution, stock yard management and inventory control.
• Distribution: Primary & secondary transportation, reverse logistics, store replenishment, express and home
Distribution Centres, at Bengaluru... delivery, e-fulﬁllment.
• International Logistics Solutions: Trading, import, customs clearance, freight forwarding.
• Value Added Services: Kitting, packaging, MIS, pre delivery checks, cash management etc.
Network: DIESL has a pan-India presence with 165 operational warehouses across 28 states with a combined area
of 5.5 million square feet under management. DIESL’s distribution network currently connects over 7,000 towns
across the country. With a strong focus on technology implementation, all of its warehouse locations are connected
with SAP and provided with warehouse and distribution management software.
Awards and Recognitions: DIESL has won “The Best 3PL Company of the Year Award" 2 years in a row (2010 &
2011) at the ELSC Conclave and the “Brand and Customer Loyalty Award 2011” for the Logistics Sector at the Loyalty
DIESL is an ISO 9001:2008 certiﬁed company and its processes and operations are continuously reﬁned, upgraded
and set in accordance with international quality and standards.
Contact : Head – Corporate Communication, Corporate Ofﬁce, 7th Floor, Kamla Executive Park, Andheri (East), Mumbai-400059, India.
... and Kochi Tel : +91-22-6777 9032 Fax : 91-22-6777 9001 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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TATA AIG www.tata-aig.com
The Tata presence in the insurance segment is through two companies — Tata AIG Life Insurance Company Limited and Tata AIG
General Insurance Company Limited (collectively ‘Tata AIG’).
Tata AIG Life Insurance Company Limited
Tata AIG Life is a joint venture between Tata Sons (74%) and AIA Group Limited (26%), the largest, independent, listed pan-Asia life
insurance group in the world spanning 15 markets in the Asia Paciﬁc.
Tata AIG Life provides insurance solutions to individuals, groups and corporate houses. It offers a wide spectrum of life insurance
solutions to the rapidly expanding consumer base which includes around 50 products spanning various categories and life-stage
needs. As on March 2011, the company had 1,93,3000 individual policies in force.
The company uses multiple channels of distribution like agency, bancassurance, corporate agency, direct marketing (including
online sales), broking, etc. to reach out to different market segments. As on January 2012, it had 310 sales ofﬁces in over 258 cities
and towns across India. It employs over 5,000 people and has approximately 52,000 advisors.
The company has launched several new initiatives in the insurance market by anticipating customer needs. It was an early entrant
in the highest NAV guaranteed product space and, in fact, the only player to offer highest NAV guarantee plans on a pure pension
platform. It was one of the ﬁrst private life insurers to launch Whole Life insurance plans as well as health insurance plans.
Tata AIG General Insurance Company
Tata AIG General is a joint venture between Tata (74%) and American International Group (AIG) (26%).
The company offers a range of general insurance covers structured under Commercial & Consumer Lines. Commercial Lines cover
energy, marine, property and several specialised ﬁnancial covers, while Consumer Lines offer a range of general insurance products
such as insurance for automobile, home, travel, accident and health. The company’s products are available through various channels
of distribution like agents, brokers, banks (through Banc Assurance tie ups) and direct channels like tele-marketing, e-commerce,
website etc. By end of March 2012, the company would have 69 ofﬁces, employing approximately 1735 people and 7500 advisors.
The company has stayed ahead of its competition by launching several innovative products and services which have been game
changers in the sector. These include the ﬁrst 24X7 claims processing call center, tailor made insurance covers for HNIs and ultra HNIs
and faster processing of claims through hand held devices. The company also supports extended warranty cover with electronic
goods retailers. With a comprehensive product range across 19 lines of business, it is a market leader in liability, marine cargo,
personal accident and travel.
Contact : Corporate Communications, Tata AIG Life Insurance Company Limited (Regn. No.110), Delphi – B Wing, 2nd Floor, Orchard Avenue,
Hiranandani Business Park, Powai, Mumbai-400 076, India. Tel : +91-22-6647 9000 Fax : +91-22-6702 4123 Email : email@example.com.
Insurance is the subject matter of the solicitation. Information provided in this article is subject to change.
Contact : Marketing & Corporate Communications, Tata AIG General Insurance Company Ltd., A-501, Building No. 4, Inﬁnity IT Park, Dindoshi, Malad
East, Mumbai, India. Tel : +91-22-6693 0000 Fax : +91-22-6693 0050 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website : www.tataaiginsurance.in
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ASSET MANAGEMENT www.tatamutualfund.com
Tata Asset Management Limited has a track record of more than 17 years in investment management. It currently manages around Rs. 21,000
crore (as on February 29, 2012). The company offers a range of investment solutions for financial planning and wealth creation for investors.
The core strength of the company stems from its intellectual capital and its robust risk management framework based on in-built controls
The company currently services its client base of around 14,00,000 investors from over 63 branches nationally.
Products and Services
Tata Asset Management manages funds across the entire risk-return continuum. These include equity funds, balanced funds and debt funds.
The company also offers portfolio management services to high net worth individuals and advisory services to offshore investors/funds
investing into India.
Corporate Social Responsibility
As part of its social initiative, Tata Asset Management has taken a lead in providing financial planning education to distributors and investors.
The company supports the underprivileged by way of donations and charities to noble initiatives such as Goonj, Childline India Foundation,
Earthy Goods and Cancer Patients Aid Association.
Contact : Head – Investor Services, Tata Asset Management, Mafatlal Centre, 9th Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021, India.
Tel : +91-22-6657 8282 Fax : +91-22-2261 3782 Email : email@example.com
INVESTMENT CORPORATION www.tata.com
Tata Investment, promoted by Tata Sons in 1937, is an NBFC registered with the Reserve Bank of India. The company is one of the few publicly
held investment companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. and the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. The Company became a
subsidiary of Tata Sons in February 2008. Tata Sons, together with other Tata companies, hold over 70% of the paid up capital of Tata Investment.
The Company’s activities comprise primarily of investing in long-term investments in equity shares and equity-related securities of companies in a
wide range of industries. Tata Investment has a paid-up capital of over Rs. 55 crore ($ 11 million) and reserves of over Rs. 1,700 crore ($ 340 million)
as on December 31, 2011, apart from the increase in reserves that may arise from normal operations. Tata Investment has a portfolio of investments
with a book value of approximately Rs. 2,000 crore ($ 400 million) and an approximate market value of Rs. 4,000 crore ($ 800 million) as on December
The Company has been rated by CRISIL (India’s leading credit rating agency) since 1994, and has been assigned their highest rating of ‘AAA’ (triple
A) which rating has been re-afﬁrmed from year to year and is valid to date.
Tata Investment, jointly with Tata Sons, was among the ﬁrst companies to receive an in-principle approval to set-up a mutual fund and is the
promoter of the Tata Mutual Fund.
Contact : Executive Director & Secretary, Tata Investment Corporation Ltd., Elphinstone Building, 10 Veer Nariman Road, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6665 8282 Fax : +91-22-6665 7917 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tata Capital Limited (TCL), a subsidiary of Tata Sons Limited, is registered with the Reserve Bank of India as a Systemically Important Non Deposit
Accepting Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC). It offers fund and fee-based ﬁnancial services to retail, corporate and institutional customers. TCL
is headquartered in Mumbai and has a network of over 100 branches across key Indian cities and subsidiaries in London and Singapore. The essence
of brand Tata Capital is encapsulated in its proposition – ‘We only do what’s right for you', a resolve to deliver ﬁnancial solutions that are ‘right’ for
customers and the society at large.
Commercial Finance: Caters to small, medium and large corporates via offerings like - Term Loans, Working Capital Loans, Channel Finance, Bill
Discounting, Promoter Funding and Structured Products.
Infrastructure Finance: Caters to the specialised needs of the infrastructure sector via products like - Equipment Finance, Project Finance, Equipment
Rentals, Reﬁnance, Top Up Loans and Loan Syndication.
Investment Banking: Tata Capital Markets Limited* offers a bouquet of services comprising M&A Advisory, PE Syndication and Debt and Equity
Capital Market services.
Private Equity: Tata Capital Limited and its subsidiaries advice and manage a bouquet of Private Equity Funds which includes - Tata Opportunities
Fund; Tata Capital Growth Fund; Tata Capital Innovation Fund; Tata Capital Healthcare Fund and Tata Capital Special Situations Fund.
Securities: Tata Securities Limited* offers, both institutional and retail customers, quality products and services like equity broking and research.
Wealth Management: Offers a range of Investment Advisory services and markets third party investment products like Portfolio Management
Services, Private Equity/Venture Capital Funds, Structured Products, Mutual Funds, Fixed Deposits and Bonds.
Consumer Loans: Offers loans such as Auto Loans, Personal Loans, Business Loans, Education Loans, Loans against Property, Loans against Shares#,
Loans against Gold#.
Home Loans: Tata Capital Housing Finance Limited* offers customised and ﬂexible Home Loans to customers at attractive rates of interest.
Tata Cards: Tata Card is a White Label Credit Card issued, managed and operated by the Tata Capital and SBI.
Travel Related Services: TC Travel and Services Limited* offers a wide range of services such as airline ticketing, visa and passport facilitation, hotel
accommodation, car hire and surface transport.
Foreign Exchange: TT Holdings & Services Limited* offers a complete range of travel related foreign exchange products.
(*Wholly-owned subsidiary of TCL. #Currently available in select cities only.)
Contact : Head (Brand Marketing & Corporate Communication), Tata Capital , One Forbes, Dr. V. B. Gandhi Marg, Fort, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6745 9197 Email : email@example.com
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STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT GROUP www.tsmg.com
Tata Strategic Management Group (Tata Strategic) is the largest Indian owned
management consulting firm. Its clientele includes private sector companies in
India, multi-national corporations, public sector / Government and companies
within the Tata Group.
Today over 50% of its business comes from non-Tata clients and 20% from
international clients. Tata Strategic has a team of more than 70 consultants,
recruited from top business schools or laterally from industry. The team is aided
• Vision • India Entry
• Market insights • Alliance & Acquisition Planning by a panel of experts, each with extensive industry expertise. Tata Strategic is
Set Direction • Growth Strategy/Business Plans • Strategic due diligence organised along the following industry domains and functional areas :
• Rural Strategy • Scenario Planning
• Digital Strategy • Manufacturing Strategy
Industry Domains Functional Areas
• Automotive and Engineering • Strategy
• Infocom, Media and Education • Organisational Effectiveness
• Chemicals • Delivery Excellence
Organisation Effectiveness Marketing & Sales Operations
• Consumer and Retail • Sales & Marketing
• Organisation Structure • Revenue Enhancement • Supply Chain Optimisation
• Corporate Center Design • Product Innovation • Throughput enhancement • Infrastructure • Logistics
Drive Strategic • Roles & Decision rules • Market Share – • Superior Ful¿llment • Energy • Sourcing
Initiatives • Performance Management Rural/Urban • Project Excellence Tata Strategic offers a comprehensive range of solutions covering direction setting;
• Capability Assessment • Go to Market • Procurement Transformation
• Dealer Effectiveness
driving strategic initiatives in the areas of organisation effectiveness, marketing &
• Talent Management • Strategic Cost Reduction
• Delegation & MIS • Vendor Compliance
sales and operations; and implementation support.
Tata Strategic is an IP driven firm with unique India insights and proprietary
Implementation Support International Experience
Support • Implementation Plan
Implementation Tata Strategic works with clients in South Asia, West Asia, Africa and Europe
• Program Management
addressing local market issues or for their India plans.
• Re¿nements/Course Corrections
Tata Strategic has a network of alliances with the following companies: Acxit
Capital; Tata International; Tata Capital and Tata Consulting Engineers.
The alliances help Tata Strategic to bridge capability gaps and expand its global footprint. Along with its alliance partners Tata Strategic offers
clients advanced solutions, international experience and end to end services.
Contact : Tata Strategic Management Group, B-1001, Marathon Futurex, N.M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel (East), Mumbai 400 013. India. Tel : +91-22-6637 6789
Fax : +91-22- 6637 6600 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tata Services Limited was incorporated in 1957 to provide Group companies centralised services on a ‘no-profit no-loss’ basis. The
company has specialised divisions and departments to look after relevant areas which include:
Department of Economics and Statistics (DES): Provides economics and business research inputs for strategic decision making to
Tata companies. Publishes the Statistical Outline of India and the Global Statistical Outline.
Group Corporate Affairs and Media: Manages the group media relations, and Tata Brand in India and in specific international
Public Affairs Department: Works as a facilitator for value creation to Group companies. Guides the engagement of Tata companies
with the external regulatory and business environment, and stimulates ideas for new business opportunities. Annual Economy Update
from the DES
Group Legal Department: Is a Group level resource and provides legal services — advisory and transactional — to Tata companies
on corporate and commercial laws, joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions and dispute resolution.
Tata Management Training Centre: Established in 1959, TMTC undertakes Applied Research and designs and delivers Leadership
and Functional Development programs for Tata and non Tata organisations.
Group HR: Talent Acquisition: Sustains & develops Tata Group’s talent pipeline through structured talent acquisition & development
initiatives and improves the position Tata Group as a preferred employer through Group Level programmes that are in line with
Tata Council for Community Initiatives: Coordinates and organises programmes to institutionalise corporate sustainability,
community development and environmental management initiatives within Tata Group Companies. (Please also see page 110).
Labour Relations Bureau: Advises and conducts labour and IR-related matters in courts for Tata companies. Tata Central Archives, Pune
Network Communication Department: Responsible for IT Security for e-mail and internet browsing, Bombay House LAN and the
Email Domains of other Tata companies hosted and supported by TSL.
The Tata Central Archives: A Pune-based archival repository which consists of important documents, correspondence, photographs,
awards, trophies, medals, citations, paintings, video and audio clips and other material relating to the genesis and development of
the Tata Group. Organises thematic archival exhibitions on the Tata Group companies.
Infrastructure Group: Manages; Holiday Homes and facilities such as medical, telephones, canteen, access control & reception and
central receiving section at the Group’s headquarters.
Contact : General Manager - Corporate & Company Secretary, Tata Services, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India. Tata Management Training Centre, Pune
Tel : +91-22-6665 8152 Fax : +91-22-6665 8153 Email : email@example.com
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Tata Global Beverages
Consumer products bearing the Tata stamp of quality and trust — from tea, coffee and salt to
watches, jewellery and readymade clothes — have long been part of millions of Indian homes.
Following the acquisition of the famous British tea brand, Tetley, and several other acquisitions in
other geographies, discerning consumers in over 70 countries across all ﬁve continents have also
been getting to savour merchandise carrying the Tata name.
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TATA GLOBAL BEVERAGES www.tataglobalbeverages.com
Tata Global Beverages is today an integrated beverage business that has set out on a journey to become a global leader in branded
‘good for you’ beverages through innovation, strategic alliances and organic growth. With over 200 years of history in the beverage
market and a heritage of innovation and development, Tata Global Beverages has successfully evolved from a predominantly domestic
Indian tea farming company to a marketing and brand focused global organisation with a portfolio of strong brands. The company
recently announced a Joint Venture with Starbucks called Tata Starbucks Limited to own and operate Starbucks cafés beginning
with stores in Delhi and Mumbai. The stores will be branded as Starbucks Coffee 'A Tata Alliance.' In a separate sourcing and roasting
agreement, Tata Coffee will roast coffee to supply to Tata Starbucks Limited and to export to Starbucks coffee company.
Tata Global Beverages is the second largest player in branded tea in the world. Over 70% of its consolidated revenue originates from
markets outside of India. More than 90% of its turnover is delivered by its branded products.
Formerly known as Tata Tea, the business has diversiﬁed and expanded signiﬁcantly over the last decade. Tata Global Beverages now
employs around 3,000 people with a signiﬁcant presence in over 70 countries worldwide. Its global corporate headquarters are in
the UK (Uxbridge, West London). The group is making strong strides towards its mission of making the world a better place through
life-enhancing sustainable hydration through NourishCo, its JV with PepsiCo India in the area of non-carbonated ready-to-drink
beverages, focused on health and enhanced wellness. NourishCo recently launched Tata Water Plus – India's ﬁrst nutrient water. Tata
Global Beverages also holds a stake in Activate TM, a performance beverage and bottled water company in the United States.
Tata Tea has been rated as the second most trusted hot beverage brand in India and has been accorded “Super Brand” status in the
country. The Tata Tea brand covers all geographies and segments of the market and has four national variants - Tata Tea Premium,
Tata Tea Gold, Tata Tea Agni and Tata Tea Life. Tata Tea Premium, its ﬂagship brand is the single largest tea brand in India in volume.
The regional variants of Tata Tea include Chakra Gold, a leading premium brand in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh; Gemini, the
undisputed market leader in Andhra Pradesh; and Kannan Devan, a heritage brand that brings the freshness of the Kannan Devan
hills and rules the taste buds in Kerala on the southern coast of India.
In recent years, the Tata Tea brand has sought to redeﬁne the awakening attributes of tea to transform itself from a medium of physical
and mental rejuvenation to a medium of social awakening through its 'Jaago Re' (Awakening) campaign. This process began with the
‘Jaago Re One Billion Votes’ campaign in 2007 to encourage India’s youth to participate in the electoral process. The campaign was
a huge success with over 620,000 citizens registering to vote. Building on its success, the Tata Tea brand launched the next phase of
their campaign to “awaken” the country, this time to the issue of corruption. Recently, the 'Jaago Re' campaign has taken on the theme
of 'Soch Badlo' (Change your perspective) to commemorate 25 years of brand Tea Tea. With Soch Badlo, Tata Tea encourages people
to look at the positive side of a situation and take ownership for making positive change happen. The brand is doing this both by
inspiring change and enabling change.
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Ever since the Tetley brothers started selling tea in 1837, the quintessentially British Tetley has built its brand by listening to tea
drinkers around the world and developing great tasting and innovative products to meet their needs. As a brand Tetley is always
looking for new ways to revolutionise the tea industry.
Whilst still producing mainstream, accessible teas, Tetley’s heritage and reputation as experts in tea gives consumers the
conﬁdence they need to branch out and try something new. As a result Tetley now has a portfolio brimming with branded
products to suit all cultures, tastes and moods – from every day black teas to green, red and white, fruit and herbal infusions, iced
teas, tea concentrates, spices teas, organic and decaffeinated variants and Ready to Drink (RTD).
Tetley is proud too of the way in which they get these products into the hands of the tea drinker. Having ﬁrst invented the
ubiquitous tea bag, Tetley then changed the shape of the market by introducing the round tea bags in 1989 and then the ‘no-
drip’ drawstring bags in 1997 and a range of ‘stay fresh’ packaging formats subsequently.
Tetley is on sale in over 70 countries, with 45 million cups consumed every day. It has continued its strong performance
in the UK maintaining its market leadership with Tetley mainstream as well as with Tetley Redbush and Tetley
Decaf. Tetley Infusions are ﬁrst-of-their-kind liquid tea mixes launched in Canada where the brand is also the
market leader. These mixes combine real-brew Tetley tea with natural fruit juice but with no artiﬁcial colours, ,
ﬂavours or sweeteners. Tetley Chai Latte was recently launched in Australia. Chai Latte comes in three ﬂavours -
classic, vanilla & berry - and offers consumers an ideal combination of tea and coffee which isn’t high in caffeine.
The Tetley Chai Latte range differs from its main competition by using real spices (cinnamon, cloves, cardamon, ,
and ginger). It primarily competes with powdered milk coffees and hot chocolates. Tetley Cold, refreshing fruit
infusions specially created to brew in cold water, have recently been developed. These are naturally caffeine free
with no added sugar, no artiﬁcial sweeteners and contain only four calories per serving.
Eight O’ Clock Coffee
A brand with a 150-year heritage, Eight O’ Clock Coffee is America's best-selling whole bean coffee, the third largest national coffee
brand by volume and the number one player in the ‘value gourmet’ coffee segment. Eight O’ Clock Coffee has also substantially
grown volume and value share in the grocery segment, and increased distribution amongst key customers and other important
The brand has updated the look of its packaging with new, modern graphics developed with consumer inputs – the brand’s
biggest change in decades. Relevant social media activity and consumer purchase incentives are helping to spur its overall
growth, as is the increased media exposure and the brand’s commitment to producing award winning quality coffee.
Himalayan is redeﬁning the category of bottled water with its unique proposition of ‘hydration and wellness’ and its “Live
Natural” brand philosophy. Its certiﬁcate of purity derives from its source in the Shivalik range in the Himalayas. Himalayan is
internationally accredited by the US Food & Drug Administration, the European Union, the health ministries of Japan and France
and the Institute de Fresenius of Germany as the only internationally accepted natural mineral water from India. Himalayan has
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established itself as the beverage of choice at lifestyle destinations and is recognised by its discerning consumers as comparable in
quality to some of the ﬁnest natural mineral waters in the world. It is noticeable by its unique pink bottling. Currently on sale within
India, it has ambitions to expand its geographical footprint. The brand is now being marketed and distributed through NourishCo (the
JV between Tata Global Beverages and PepsiCo in India).
The Good Earth brand specialises in ﬂavoured and herbal teas. Vanilla, Caramel, Acai (an Amazonian fruit) and Mate (a South American
herb and natural energiser) are some ingredients plucked from nature which then ﬁnd their way into the Good Earth teas. Re-launched
recently in the US with 12 new organic blends, the original sweet and spicy ﬂavoured Good Earth is still the most popular blend. Good
Earth teas have also made a successful UK debut.
Tata Coffee is involved in every aspect of the coffee making process; from the growing and curing of coffee to the manufacture and
marketing of value-added coffee products. The company retails its coffee products under its own brands in the Indian market which
include Mr. Bean, Coorg Pure, Coorg Filter Coffee and Mysore Gold. Its instant coffees include Tata Café and Tata Kaapi.
Vitax is a leading player in the specialty tea segment in Poland with an array of fruit, herbal and green variations. Since its acquisition
by Tetley, the brand has come to represent Tata Global Beverages’ largest single fruit & herbal offering. In 2009 the group acquired
Premium Foods, the country’s second largest distribution business, to help support the brand’s ambitions to grow organically.
Jemˆ is a leading brand in the highly competitive Czech Republic tea market and the market leader in black, green and fruit and
herbal teas. Growing from strength to strength and extending its range of offerings to consumers, the company celebrated the 50th
anniversary of its factory in Jemnice in 2009, with the inauguration of a new “World of Tea” museum.
Joekels is the third largest player in the South African tea market. Its key brands are Phendula Tips, Rooibos Laager, the economy Tea
Time range, and Tea4kidz as a special blend for children comprising of three Rooibos variations, which were launched in response to
demand from parents for healthier children’s beverages. Low in tannin, Rooibos, which is an Afrikaans word meaning ‘red bush’ and is
a herb found in South Africa, has anti-spasmodic properties, which relieve cramps and colic in infants, and contains no caffeine.
Grand is a Russian umbrella brand offering coffee, cappuccino, cocoa, hot chocolate, hot tea and instant iced tea. Grand stands for
quality beverages at moderate prices, made with natural and environmentally friendly materials.
Global company values
To help achieve its goal, Tata Global Beverages' culture is based on ﬁve directional themes that guide its actions and decisions :
Consumer is our Heartbeat
We don’t just make drinks, we make special moments in each consumer’s day. We have a passion for our brands which we want our
consumers to share. What will you do today to make that happen?
We are not like our competitors, we are different! Let’s ditch the conventional, forget the tried and tested and think of fresh ways to
achieve great things.
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Doing business is fun. We know we can deliver results without taking ourselves too
Individually Excellent, Collectively Brilliant
Exceptional individuals pulling together. Imagine what we can achieve. No fears. No
We make responsible choices that help improve the world.
Joint Venture Companies
Tetley ACI (Bangladesh) Ltd.; Southern Tea LLC; Empirical Group LLC;
Tetley Clover (Private) Ltd.; Tata Coffee (Uganda) Ltd.; Zhejiang Tata Tea Extraction Company Ltd.;
NourishCo Beverages Limited; Rising Beverage Company LLC; Tata Starbucks Limited
Estate Management Services Pvt. Ltd., Sri Lanka; Watawala Plantations Ltd., Sri Lanka; Amalgamated Plantations Pvt. Ltd.
Tata Global Beverages has placed sustainability at the heart of its business by making it one of its principal strategic pillars and including
it at the core of its mission to make the world a better place through life-enhancing, sustainable hydration. This means that business
strategy and employee actions are guided by the need to ‘make choices that grow our business and help improve the world’.
To focus efforts appropriately, the organisation has identiﬁed four core sustainability issues – Packaging, Climate Change, Water and
Ethical Sourcing – and set stretch ﬁve-year targets for each of them. Working as a business partner of Forum for the Future, the UK’s
leading sustainable development charity, the group has started to progress towards achieving these targets. A range of projects have
been initiated, each of them with the objective of developing a sustainable product or a sustainable supply chain for the future.
Signiﬁcant progress has also been made with ethical tea sourcing through continued active membership of the Ethical Tea Partnership. In
February 2010 Tetley announced its commitment to achieve global Rainforest Alliance Certiﬁed™ status by 2016.
The group also continues to support some of the people and communities who have long been touched by its business. This includes
running the General Hospital, the High Range School and the Srishti Project on the tea estates in Munnar in Kerala, promoting child
literacy through book donations in the US, reading with primary school children in the UK and providing funding for the Canada Breast
Contact : Corporate Communications, Tata Global Beverages, Parkview, 82 Oxford Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UX.
Tel : +44 (0)20 8338 4000 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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TITAN INDUSTRIES www. titan.co.in
Titan Industries was established in 1984 as a joint venture between the Tata Group and the Tamil Nadu Industrial
Development Corporation. The company brought about a paradigm shift in the Indian watch market when it
introduced quartz technology and complemented it with international styling in watches retailed under the Titan
Today, the company is not only the largest Indian watch maker but also the world’s ﬁfth largest integrated watch
manufacturer. Subsequent diversiﬁcations have also made Titan Industries the leader in the Indian market in
branded jewellery under the Tanishq brand name. With its own retail network for selling watches and jewellery,
Titan is among the country’s leading retailers. The company has also diversiﬁed into precision engineering and,
most recently, into prescription eyewear. Titan Industries currently employs over 5,900 people and Titan and
Tanishq are among the most admired brands in their categories.
The Titan brand of watches was followed by Sonata, as a value brand of functionally styled watches at affordable
prices. Then followed a brand focussed on the youth – Fastrack. The company also later acquired a license for
premium fashion watches of global brands such as Tommy Hilﬁger, Hugo Boss, FCUK and launched its ﬁrst Swiss-
made watch brand – Xylys.
In 1995, the company diversiﬁed into jewellery under the brand name of Tanishq to capitalise on a fragmented
market operating with no brands in urban cities. In 2005, the company launched its second jewellery retail brand,
Gold Plus, to focus on opportunities in small towns and rural India. In 2009, the company launched Zoya, as a retail
chain in the luxury jewellery segment.
In 2002, the company leveraged its manufacturing competencies and branched into Precision Engineering
Products catering to global majors across industry verticals like aerospace, automotive, oil & gas, engineering,
hydraulics, solar and medical instruments.
The company entered into prescription eyewear in 2007 and launched the Titan Eye+ chain of world class optical
With over 765 retail stores across a carpet area of over 9,74,000 sq. ft. Titan Industries has India’s largest retail
network. The company has over 420 exclusive network of watch showrooms and over 820 after-sales-service
centres. Titan Industries is also the largest jewellery retailer in India with over 130 Tanishq boutiques, over 30
Gold Plus stores and over 185 Titan Eye+ stores. The company has two exclusive design studios for watches and
jewellery and manufacturing/assembly units at Hosur (Tamil Nadu—the company’s ﬁrst and still its largest unit),
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Dehradun (Uttaranchal), Roorkee (Uttar Pradesh), Bengaluru (Karnataka), Pant Nagar and Goa. The Hosur units for
both watches and jewellery are certiﬁed under ISO 9001:2000.
Watches: Titan Industries produces 13 million watches a year and has sold more than a 135 million pieces the world
over and the Titan portfolio owns over 60% of the domestic market share in the organised watch market in India.
Its main brands are:
• Titan, for the mid-premium segment
• Fastrack, for the youth
• Sonata, India’s largest selling watch brand
• Xylys, for the high-end connoisseur and new-age achiever
The Titan brand architecture comprises several sub-brands, each of which is a market leader in its own space.
Notable among them are: Automatic, Raga, Purple, Nebula, HTSE, Zoop, Octane, Tycoon, Edge, Bandhan and Orion.
The company’s watches are sold through exclusive ‘World of Titan’ and Fastrack showrooms in over 12,000 outlets
in over 2,500 cities in India. The watches are also offered internationally in 29 countries, with a special focus on the
Middle East and Asia Paciﬁc regions. The company also has a large network of exclusive service centres across India
with after-sales service that is benchmarked to deliver among the fastest turnaround time in the world.
Jewellery: Tanishq offers a premium range of gold jewellery studded with diamonds and precious, semi-
precious stones in various hues in 18 kt and a wide range of plain gold jewellery in 22 kt pure gold. Platinum
jewellery also forms part of the product range. Gold Plus retails plain gold jewellery offerings with designs
specifically created for the semi urban and rural Indian market and offers unique designs crafted with
diamonds, American diamonds and other precious stones. Zoya offers premium studded jewellery catering to
the needs of the elite.
Eye wear: Titan Eye+ offers a variety of differentiated products to the end consumer consisting of frames, lenses,
contact lenses and accessories. Frames are available in both international brands (Levis, Esprit, Hugo Boss etc.)
and in-house brands – Titan Eye+ and Dash. Customers are offered a unique browse-select-buy format where all
products are accessible, using world class equipment for zero-error eye testing by qualiﬁed optometrists trained at
Sankara Netralaya and style consultants to help buyers make the right choice of frames and lenses.
Precision Engineering: The division’s products span precision engineering components & sub-assemblies,
machine building & automation solutions, tooling solutions and electronic sub-assemblies. The division is ISO
9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 certiﬁed. Additionally, the unit catering to the aerospace segment is AS 9100B
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certiﬁed and the unit catering to automotive segment is TS 16949 certiﬁed. The unit has recently been selected
for the National Aerospace and Defence Contractors’ Accreditation Programme for its non destructive testing
Some of the company’s prominent awards include:
• Jewellery Division: “Gold Award” in “Engineering sector” in the Economic Times India Manufacturing
Excellence Awards 2011 in partnership with Frost & Sullivan.
• Titan Industries: 1st position in both the Retail Industry category & Workplace Diversity & Inclusion in the
Economic Times 2011– Great Place to Work Institute study.
• Tanishq: Most Admired Retail Brand 2011 in the luxury segment and Most Admired Retail Professional of the
Year 2011 for the Managing Director at the India Retail Forum 2011.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Titan Industries has a clearly deﬁned policy on social responsibility. CSR initiatives include children’s education,
enabling the disabled, Artisan Parks, Women’s empowerment, environment management programmes and other
community initiatives. Titan is a signatory to the Global Compact and has been awarded the Helen Keller and
Mother Teresa awards and also the President of India’s Award for employing the disabled. The Hosur units for
both watches and jewellery are certiﬁed under the ISO 14001 Environment System Standard. The company has
been sharing, since 2007, the top slot along with ten other companies in the Karmayog CSR rating of India’s Top
500 companies by the noted NGO.
Contact : Corporate Communications Department, Titan Industries, Tower A, Golden Enclave,
Old Airport Road, Bengaluru, India.
Tel : 00-91-80-6660 9939 Fax : 00-91-80-2526 9923 Email : email@example.com
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INFINITI RETAIL www.cromaretail.com
Inﬁniti Retail Limited is a 100% subsidiary of Tata Sons Ltd., operating a national chain of multi-brand electronics
megastores in India under the brand name of Croma.
Inﬁniti Retail has entered into a technical and sourcing agreement with an Australian retail giant, Woolworths
Ltd., which currently operates more than 2,000 stores across Australia in 12 different formats, including consumer
electronics retailing. Inﬁniti Retail owns and runs the retail operations in India while Woolworths provides technical
support and strategic sourcing facilities from its global network.
The company’s electronics megastores offer the country’s widest range of consumer electronics products across
Croma's ﬁrst electronics megastore in Juhu, Mumbai
categories and brands. Croma retails products in six categories – home entertainment, small appliances & personal
care, large appliances, IT, communication & imaging, and gaming. Store sizes range between 5,000 sq. ft. and 15,000
sq. ft. Inﬁniti Retail has also launched its new format ‘Croma Zip’, with stores size ranging from 1,000 sq. ft. to 6,000
sq. ft. which retail only digital products like home entertainment, IT, communication and imaging and gaming.
The ﬁrst Croma store was inaugurated on October 9, 2006 in a suburb of Mumbai, Juhu. The chain has since grown
into a national chain of 73 stores with presence in Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot,
Bengaluru, Delhi NCR, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Hyderabad, and Chennai. Currently there are 8 Croma Zip
stores in Mumbai & Delhi. Croma will have 100 operating stores before the end of the ﬁnancial year 2012-2013.
With the philosophy of ‘We help you buy’, Croma stores provide world-class service through a team of highly
qualiﬁed and trained staff, the best product range in India to choose from and great prices on a consistent basis.
Croma has been awarded as the “Most Admired Retailer-Consumer Durables” for four consecutive years by India
Croma's zip store at Horniman Circle, Fort, Mumbai
Contact : Chief Executive Ofﬁcer or Head – Business Development, Inﬁniti Retail, 202 Akruti Centre Point,
Next to Marol Telephone Exchange, MIDC, Andheri (East), Mumbai-400 093. Tel : + 91-22-6761 3600 Fax : + 91-22-6710 1903
Email : ajit.joshi@inﬁnitiretail.com or priyanka.gidwani@inﬁnitiretail.com
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Established in 1998, Trent is one of the pioneers of modern large format retailing in India. Trent operates ‘Westside’, one of India’s
largest and fastest growing chain of lifestyle retail stores, and one of the most recognised retail brands in the country. In 2004, Trent
entered the hypermarket business with ‘Star Bazaar’, which addresses the varied shopping needs of the entire family from groceries,
staples to apparel. 2005 saw the acquisition of ‘Landmark’ by Trent, a leisure and family entertainment destination chain of stores.
Trent has also entered into a joint venture with Inditex to bring Zara and its other brands to India. Trent has thus established its
presence in all major retail market segments and is acknowledged to be one of the leading and respected organised Indian retailers
with a national presence.
Westside. High quality, latest in-style products, international shopping experience and value for money pricing with a focus on private
label merchandise is the hallmark of the Westside offering. Currently, there are 62 Westside stores measuring 8,000–34,000 square
feet across 34 cities across India. With a variety of designs and styles, everything at Westside is exclusively designed with merchandise
ranging from stylised clothes, footwear and accessories for men, women and children to well coordinated table linen, artifacts, home
accessories and furnishings. Well-designed interiors, sprawling space, prime locations, customer friendly policies, a rewarding loyalty
program and coffee shops enhance customers’ shopping experience. Gourmet West, an offering for gourmet food, cheese, meats and
other food and convenience merchandise from across the world was launched in a Mumbai store in 2011 and is expanding to more
Star Bazaar. Star Bazaar is a chain of hypermarkets, currently numbering 14 stores of 50,000-60,000 square feet size stores across
Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolhapur, Mumbai and Pune with plans to expand rapidly. It offers customers a choice
of good quality products and wide range across all categories including staples, vegetables, fruits, dairy and non-vegetarian products,
beverages, health and beauty products, live bakery, consumer electronics, household items and garments for men, women and kids
at economic prices. In August 2008 Trent entered into an exclusive franchise agreement with Tesco Plc., the world’s 3rd largest retailer
which allows Star Bazaar to access the extensive retail expertise and technical capabilities of Tesco.
Landmark. Landmark is the largest leisure and family entertainment retail chain in India. It offers a wide range in the categories of
toys, gaming, books, music, home entertainment, stationery, gift items and tech accessories. It has a very strong brand and a loyal base
of customers built over many years and is well known for the literary and kids events it hosts. www.landmarkonthenet.com is the
chain’s e-commerce website with over 10 million products, the largest in India. Landmark currently has 18 large format stores across
10 cities in India and 3 smaller, convenience oriented stores.
Zara. Trent has entered into a joint venture with Inditex to bring Zara and its other brands to India. Zara is one of the world’s leading
and most innovative fast fashion brands present in 78 countries with a strong brand equity worldwide. This format has been highly
successful in India too and Zara currently runs 7 stores across Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Bangalore with plans to add several more.
Contact : Head - Marketing, Westside; Trent House; Plot No C-60, Beside Citibank, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai-400 051, India.
Tel : +91-22-6700 9000 Fax : 91-22-6700 9200 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cracking the code for making soda ash, a secret till then known to only a handful of companies
outside India, was the spark that ignited the Tata Group’s interest in the chemicals industry. That
initial idea has evolved into a business presence that today includes fertilisers and pesticides,
as also the provision of sophisticated agricultural services to Indian farmers and, most recently,
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Tata Chemicals Ltd. (TCL) is currently the second largest producer of soda ash in the world with
manufacturing facilities in India, UK, Kenya and USA. It is India’s leading Crop Nutrients Player with
its own manufacturing of urea and phosphatic fertilisers and a leading player in crop protection
business through its subsidiary Rallis (see also page 91) TCL is the pioneer and India’s market leader in
the branded, iodised salt segment and Tata Salt has been recognised as India’s No.1 Food Brand for
more than ﬁve years.
TCL has undertaken several key steps to leverage its expertise in sciences to develop high-tech and
more sustainable products. It has set up the TCL Innovation Centre in Pune to develop world-class
R&D capability in the emerging areas of nanotechnology and biotechnology. TCL has also invested
in a Centre for Agriculture & Technology (CAT) at Aligarh to provide advice on farming practices in
general and crop nutrition practices and solutions in particular. The company has also entered into a
JV with Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory Ltd. (TLL), Singapore, for development of jatropha seedlings
and agronomic package of practices.
TCL Businesses are structured in order to address all major segments of consumers in society namely
Household (Living Essentials), Industry (Industry Essentials) and the Farmer (Farm Essentials) - LIFE.
The pillar of Living Essentials covers products that are basic/essential to daily living e.g. salt, sodium
bicarbonate or baking soda products, fresh produce and now water related products.
The Consumer Products Business (CPB) comprises predominantly of Tata Salt, a
branded iodised edible salt, and Sodium Bicarbonate and water puriﬁers among
other offerings. The company has launched a new reﬁned salt, i-Shakti. The special
Tata Salt Lite caters to the niche market of low sodium salt users with 15% less
sodium than ordinary salts. Topp Salt is a brand of edible salt created for export.
i-Shakti, a cooking soda, is targeted to help the leavening of the consumers.
To meet the challenge of providing safe drinking water to India’s population, TCL,
launched ‘Tata Swach’ in December 2009 – a unique, innovative and low-cost water
puriﬁer that combines low-cost ingredients such as rice husk ash with nano–
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India depends heavily on pulses as its staple food. Extending the i-Shakti brand from salt to other food
essentials, TCL unveiled India’s ﬁrst national brand of pulses – ‘i-Shakti Dals’ and launched four popular
varieties of pulses in the Indian market in December 2010.
The second pillar, Industry Essentials, consists of products that are essential raw materials required for key
industries such as glass, detergents, mining and chemical processing.
TCL’s journey as a soda ash manufacturer began in Mithapur, on the western coast of Gujarat. For many
years, the synthetic soda ash plant at Mithapur represented the sum total of TCL’s soda ash manufacturing
Soda ash plant at Mithapur, Gujarat, India ....
activities. In 2006, TCL’s soda ash capacity took a signiﬁcant leap when it acquired the UK-based Brunner
Mond Group. Through this acquisition, manufacturing facilities in Northwich, UK and in Lake Magadi,
Kenya joined the TCL fold. In early 2008, TCL successfully completed the acquisition of US-based General
Chemical Industrial Products (GCIP). This acquisition increased TCL’s soda ash capacity to around 5 million
tonnes per annum. Moreover, about 60% of this capacity is based on natural soda ash units at Wyoming
and Lake Magadi. TCL’s customer base now encompasses some of the world’s leading and recognisable
companies such as Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Church & Dwight, Saint Gobain, Pilkington, Asahi, Owens
Illinois, Guardian, PPG, Vale and Xstrata.
In line with its strategy of deepening its presence in Farm and Food sector, TCL acquired 100% stake in
British Salt, UK in December 2010. The company has recently invested in Natronx, a tripartite joint venture
in the US with Church & Dwight Company and FMC Corporation that will focus on environment products
.... Wyoming, USA
for climate change. The new company will make and sell sodium-based, dry sorbents for air pollution
control, in an emerging market.
In April 2011, the company rebranded the acquisitions to reﬂect both the uniﬁed name and the global
spread — Brunner Mond became Tata Chemicals Europe, GCIP became Tata Chemicals North America
and Magadi Soda Company became Tata Chemicals Magadi. This helped the company consolidated its
many chemicals businesses into a single unit - The Global Chemicals Business.
Inputs needed to improve productivity of the farm as a whole e.g. fertilisers, pesticides, specialty nutrients,
seeds, agri-services and crop protection constitute the third pillar of TCL. The Crop Nutrition and Agri-
Business has its presence across all the three key agro-nutrients; viz. nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and
potassium (K). While the nitrogenous fertiliser, urea, is manufactured at Babrala in the northern state of
Uttar Pradesh at one of the industry’s most efﬁcient plants, phosphatic fertilisers DAP and complexes are
manufactured at Haldia in West Bengal in eastern India and MOP is imported. To secure the raw material
and .... Winnington, UK
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supply of phosphatic rock for its Haldia plant, in 2005 TCL acquired an equal partnership in the Moroccan company Indo
Maroc Phosphore S.A. (IMACID), along with Chambal Fertilisers and the global phosphate major, OCP of Morocco.
The company also helps small farmers enhance the yield from their land by providing end-to-end solutions through its
network of Tata Kisan Sansars (Tata Farmer Centres) in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand
and West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand. The centers are one-stop resource centers; they stock seeds, pesticides and fertilisers;
lease out farm equipment and implements to farmers who cannot afford to buy expensive modern machinery; provide
agronomy services like soil testing and mapping and fertiliser testing; facilitate credit ﬁnance, arrange crop insurance and
even provide buyback facilities. Demonstrating its customer centric approach, TCL launched its customised fertiliser Paras
Farmoola in 2010. This will provide soil and crop speciﬁc fertilisers for the beneﬁt of the farming community.
A Tata Kisan Sansar outlet in India
The company is a signatory to Responsible Care, a voluntary global initiative of the chemical industry that demonstrates
allegiance to safety, health and environmental issues. Its Mithapur and Babrala plants have won the British Safety Council’s
5-star rating. The Babrala fertiliser plant in UP has won the British Safety Council’s Sword of Honour Award, four times in
a row and also the Globe Award for environmental sustainability. These accolades,
recognised as the pinnacle of achievement in safety management systems, are
awarded to businesses that demonstrate sustainable performance through a clear
and measurable commitment to environmental management. The company has also
developed the Mithapur salt works as a natural habitat for thousands of migratory
Fertiliser plant at Babrala, Uttar Pradesh, India Tata Chemicals’ Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) nurtures rural populations in
and around the facilities, and helps people achieve self-sufﬁciency in natural resource
management, livelihood support through self-help groups and the building of health
and education infrastructure. Continuing with its sustainability activities, TCL and
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) have signed an MoU for a conservation project that will
create awareness and undertake research to save the endangered species of Whale
Shark that visits the coastal shores of Gujarat.
Tata Chemicals has assessed the carbon footprint of all its operations and is developing
plans for reduction of the carbon intensity of its products by 20% by 2020.
Contact : Head - Corporate Communications, Tata Chemicals, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Soda ash manufacturing facility at Magadi, Kenya Tel : +91-22-6665 8282 Fax : +91-22-6665 8144 Email : email@example.com
Web: www.tatachemicals.com / www.facebook.com/tatachemicals
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RALLIS INDIA www.rallis.co.in
Rallis is a subsidiary of Tata Chemicals, in its Farm Essentials vertical. It is one of India’s leading crop
care companies. The company’s 2,300 distributors reach more than 40,000 retail counters across the
country covering more than 80% of India’s districts. Rallis is known for its deep understanding of Indian
agriculture, sustained contact with farmers, quality agrochemicals, branding and marketing expertise
and its strong product portfolio of comprehensive crop care solutions.
Areas of Business
• Domestic formulation business : This includes insecticides, fungicides and herbicides, with some
of the biggest brands in agrochemicals such as Contaf, Asataf, Applaud, Ergon, Ralligold, Taarak,
Tatamida, Takumi, Tata Metri, Fujione, Atrataf and Fateh.
• Domestic institutional business : This unit caters to the bulk and technical requirements of
domestic institutional customers all across India.
• International business : Rallis exports its range of agrochemicals to many parts of the world
based on alliances with distributors and its own registrations. The export basket includes technical Rallis products
grade pesticides, branded formulations and contract manufactured products. The international
business activity currently contributes about 25% of the turnover of Rallis.
• Seeds : Rallis has a majority stake in Metahelix Life Sciences, a Bangalore-based seeds research
company with a portfolio of seeds successfully commercialised over the last three years. This has
provided a strong platform in the entire value chain that comprises breeding, production and
marketing of seeds. Metahelix has good products in hybrid rice, maize, pearl millet, sunﬂower,
vegetables, etc. It also has its own sales presence through its subsidiary Dhaanya seeds.
Plant Growth Nutrients : Rallis has a good range of specialist solutions which give the plants the
micro nutrients and growth requirements for a healthy crop. Ralligold GR is one of the branded yield
Agri. Services : Rallis seeks to increase productivity through sharing best practices and the latest
technology through ‘Rallis Kisan Kutumba’. The company has also launched an ICT-based platform,
‘Samrudh Krishi’, towards the same objective.
Rallis has four factories with a manufacturing capacity of 11,500 MT/annum for technical grade Dahej plant
agrochemicals and 20,000 MT/KL per annum for formulations. Rallis also manufactures a high
end specialty polymer Poly Ether Ketone Ketone (PEKK) at its Ankleshwar plant used in aerospace
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The company is focusing on strengthening its international presence and established new capacities for contract
manufacturing. A greenﬁeld multipurpose technical manufacturing plant at Dahej, Gujarat was commissioned in June,
Corporate Social Responsibility
The company’s key focus areas are partnership in the ﬁeld of agriculture with farmers and their families, empowering
women and children and improving employability. The Rallis Ujjwal Bhavishya Yojana (RUBY) programme focuses on
improving the employability of rural youth hailing mainly from underprivileged section of society and also to support the
Tata Group’s Afﬁrmative Action programme. Rallis provides social support to blind women at various institutes, cancer
patients and houses for the aged. Programmes on environmental awareness, conservation of natural resources, AIDS
awareness, afforestation, etc. are delivered through volunteering efforts of employees.
A farmer meeting in progress
Contact : Manager, Managing Director & CEO’s Ofﬁce, Rallis India Limited, 156/157, 15th Floor, Nariman Bhavan, 227,
Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021, India. Tel : +91-22-6665 2815 Fax : +91-22-6635 2996 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
ADVINUS THERAPEUTICS www.advinus.com
Promoted by the Group in 2005, Advinus Therapeutics is an R & D company, focused on new drug discovery and development
of pharmaceutical and agrochemical products.
Advinus operations are organised into two separate businesses centered around Discovery and Development respectively.
Drug Discovery, based out of Pune, is focused on generating novel small molecule therapies for metabolic disorders,
inﬂammatory diseases, CNS disorders, pain and neglected diseases.
Advinus’ Development business provides services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and agrochemical companies for global
registration of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals. The drug development and agrochemical development services operate
Pune facility out of two separate locations in Bengaluru, with their own dedicated infrastructure. By focusing only on R & D and related
services Advinus is able to ensure that there is no dilution of the scientiﬁc and managerial focus.
Advinus provides comprehensive pre-clinical and early clinical development services on a fee-for-service. With large
pharmaceutical companies Advinus also works in a collaborative, risk/reward sharing format for both drug discovery and
Advinus works with some of the leading global pharmaceutical, biotechnology and agro chemicals companies. Included in
its growing client list from over 100 companies are companies like Eli Lilly, Johnson and Johnson, Merck and Novartis and
Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi).
Contact : Senior Vice President & Chief of Operations, Advinus Therapeutics, 21 & 22, Phase II, Peenya Industrial Area, Bengaluru-560 058, India.
Tel : 91-80-2839 4959 Fax : 91-80-2839 4015 Email : email@example.com
Development Centre, Bengaluru
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DEFENCE AND AEROSPACE www.tataadvancedsystems.com
With increasing liberalisation of the Indian defence sector, Tata is endeavouring to create a meaningful presence in the sector.
Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) and Tata Industrial Services Limited (TISL) lead this effort. TASL has started operations
in manufacturing, assembly and systems integration in the defence sector, as well as in homeland security, while TISL has
signed several MOUs with key foreign entities for offsets management and begun its implementation.
In Hyderabad, Tata Advanced Systems Limited has built three export-oriented manufacturing and assembly facilities:
assembly of the empennage and parts of the fuselage for the C130 military transport aircraft as part of Tata Lockheed Martin
Aerostructures Limited; assembly of the fuselage for the S92 Sikorsky helicopter as part of TASL’s operations; and manufacture
of detail parts for helicopters as part of the Tata Sikorsky JV. Both the C130 aircraft and S92 helicopter aerostructures are
shipped to their respective OEMs for integration into their platforms. These projects comprise a start towards acquiring the Graphical representation of
capability to build complete platforms. In Hyderabad, another joint venture Tata defence cluster at Hyderabad
with Augusta Westland will start assembly of the AW119 helicopters shortly.
In Delhi, TASL has started operations in homeland security through Avana, a
JV with AGT International, to leverage AGT’s unique technology and offer
integrated solutions to prevent occurrences through predictive systems. Avana
is expected to complete its first large integrated security project for a large
industrial plant by March 2012.
Going ahead, TASL will continue to look for opportunities in India that are based
on exports, while also addressing Indian defence proposals.
These initiatives through the new companies have enlarged the existing
defence footprint of the Group. TAL Manufacturing Solutions, a subsidiary of
Tata Motors, is expected to soon start production of a hybrid floor beam for
export to Boeing for the 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Other Tata companies with
existing operations include Tata Motors in land platforms, Tata Power SED in
electronics, Tata Advanced Materials in composites and TCS, CMC and Tata
Technologies in the design of various platforms and weapon systems.
Contact : Tata Advanced Systems, Thapar House, Western Wing,124,Janpath,
New Delhi - 110001, India. Tel : +91-011-66222666–740 Fax : +91-11-23341585
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Tata group has been international in its approach to business from its inception.The Founder, Jamsetji Nusserwanji
Tata, began his business career in international trade in China and England. The businesses he later established in
India measured up to international standards and used world-class technology. Tata Exports (now Tata International)
was set up in 1962 and currently Tata companies export their products and services to over 85 countries.
In 2010-11 the Tata group had international sales of $48.3 billion, 58 per cent of its total revenues, with the UK and
the US being the two main overseas revenue contributors.
Each operating Tata company develops its international business as an integral element of its strategy, depending on
the competitive dynamics of the industry in which it operates. While individual operating companies have differing
geographical focuses, the group has identiﬁed a number of regions and countries expected to be of importance for
the group as a whole. These include the following:
international United States and Canada (http://northamerica.tata.com)
Tata is the largest India-headquartered multinational in North America, with 11 companies and more than 17,000
operations employees. The group’s presence includes:
• Tata Sons’ representative ofﬁce in Washington DC.
Contact: Kapil Sharma Tel: +1 -703 243 9787; Email: email@example.com
• Tata Chemicals: headquartered in New Jersey with mining and manufacturing facilities in Green River, Wyoming,
one of the largest soda ash facilities in North America (Page 88).
• Signiﬁcant operations and dealerships of Jaguar and Land Rover (Page 22).
• Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, which manages The Pierre, New York’s iconic luxury hotel (Page 62) and also
owns and operates the Taj Campton Place, San Francisco, and the Taj Boston.
• Tata Communications (Page 52) manages telecommunications and enterprise IT communications solutions for
large US corporations through its North American network, data centers and PoPs across 25 major cities.
• 21 ofﬁces of TCS (Page 38) with more than 20,000 consultants, 5 delivery centres and 4 centres of excellence.
• Tata Steel Europe (Page 15), with manufacturing facilities in Warren, Ohio and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
• Tata Global Beverages (Page 76), with sales of Tetley and Good Earth teas and Eight ‘O Clock Coffee and
production facilities in Florida, Maryland, Georgia and New Jersey.
• Tata Technologies’ (Page 44) ofﬁce in Novi, Michigan.
• Sales ofﬁces of Tata Interactive Systems, Tata Business Support Services and Tata Consulting Engineers.
Also: Tata Motors and Tata Communications are listed on the NYSE.
United Kingdom (http://uk.tata.com)
With 19 Tata companies employing over 45,000 people and generating revenues of over £11 billion, Tata is now one
of the biggest industrial employers in the UK, and its presence includes:
• Tata Limited, a Tata Sons’ subsidiary in London, established in 1907 as the group representative in Europe.
Contact: Anwar Hasan, Director, Tel: +44-20-7235-8281; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Headquarters of Jaguar Land Rover of Tata Motors, with three manufacturing locations. Tata Motors also has its European
Technology Centre in Warwick.
• Tata Steel's plants at Port Talbot and Stocksbridge and a research and development facility in Shefﬁeld.
• Headquarters of Tata Global Beverages, which owns the Tetley brand, in Uxbridge, with a manufacturing plant in Eaglescliffe.
• TCS’ ﬁve ofﬁces, a development centre in Guildford and a back ofﬁce processing centre in Peterborough.
• Tata Chemicals with plants and ofﬁces in Cheshire.
• The Crowne Plaza St. James Hotel and 51 Buckingham Gate, both in London, owned and operated by Indian Hotels.
• UK headquarters of Tata Technologies in Coventry, with an ofﬁce in Bristol.
• Tata Communications operates three data centers with managed hosting and co-location as well as key cable landing stations
that act as the connectivity gateway.
Key markets in other parts of Europe for Tata include:
• Germany, where TCS, Tata Steel, Tata Autocomp Systems, Tata Chemicals, Tata Communications, Tata Elxsi and Tata Interactive
Systems all have operations.
• The Netherlands, where Tata Steel has a major plant in IJmuiden.
• France, where Tata Chemicals has operations.
• Spain, where Tata Motors owns the leading bus and coach manufacturer, Tata Hispano. 95
Tata Africa Holdings, a subsidiary of Tata International, was established in 1994 in Johannesburg as the headquarters of the Group’s
operations in Africa. Tata Africa has an extensive presence on the continent with subsidiaries across 11 countries: South Africa,
Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, Nigeria, Malawi, Uganda and Ghana. The Group's activities:
• Tata Automobile Corporation South Africa: distribution of commercial vehicles.
• Accordian Investments: JV with Imperial Group to distribute Telcoline pickup and passenger cars in South Africa.
• A commercial vehicle assembly plant in Rosslyn, Pretoria, South Africa for local value addition and employment generation.
• Bus body fabrication plant in South Africa by Tata Automobile Corporation.
• A 50:50 joint venture with ZESCO, the Zambia state electricity utility, for a 120 MW hydroelectric power project under
• Neotel, South Africa’s ﬁrst converged communications services operator; Tata Communications and Tata Africa own 68.5% of
• Taj Cape Town: 166 rooms, jointly owned by Taj Hotels, Tata Africa and Eurocape, and operated by Taj Hotels.
• The Taj Pamodzi Hotel, a 193-room 5 star hotel in Lusaka, Zambia, managed by Taj Hotels.
• Tata Consultancy Services; providing IT services and business solutions to business and government establishments in South
Africa and the region.
• Tata Steel’s ferro-chrome plant at Richard’s Bay, South Africa, with a capacity to smelt 130,000 tons per annum.
• Tata Global Beverages’ stake in Joekels Tea Packers, the third largest player in the South African tea market. Indian Hotels' The Pierre, New York
• Tata Chemicals Magadi: Africa’s largest soda ash manufacturer and one of Kenya’s leading exporters.
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• Tata Farms and Food has the second largest agricultural base in Zambia spread over 508 hectares of farm land
and 8 hectares of greenhouses, growing high quality vegetable produce and roses for export to Europe.
• Cometal SARL engages in large railway wagon manufacturing and steel fabrication in Mozambique
Contact: Raman Dhawan, Managing Director; Tel: +27-11- 459 1700; Email: email@example.com
Tata companies employ over 3,400 employees and generated more than $6.4 bn of sales in China in 2011 and
purchased goods and services worth $1.3 bn from it. Their presence comprises:
• Tata Sons: Group representative ofﬁce in Beijing.
Contact: James Zhan, Group Chief Representative - China, Tel: +86-10-8441 7530; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Packing Tetley tea bags at Eaglescliffe, UK • Tata International: trading ofﬁce in Shanghai to trade steel and other products.
• TCS: JV with three Chinese companies and Microsoft; and ﬁve Global Delivery Centres in Beijing, Shanghai,
Hangzhou, Tianjin and Shenzhen; 2,000 employees.
• Tata Steel: two rolling mills in China and a signiﬁcant trading business.
• TRL Krosaki Refractories (Page 18): factory in Yingkou in China’s north eastern Liaoning province.
• Tata AutoComp (Page 28): factory in Nanjing to produce and supply plastic parts.
• Tata Global Beverages: JV with Zhejiang Tea Import & Export to manufacture and market green tea, green tea
extracts, and other value-added tea products.
• TKM Global Logistics Limited and Tata Projects: ofﬁces in Shanghai.
• Jaguar Land Rover, a unit of Tata Motors, sold 36,087 Land Rover SUVs and 5,976 Jaguar cars in 2011, up 54%
and 123%, respectively. Tata Teleservices purchases basic telecommunication equipment from leading Chinese
manufacturers like Huawei.
Bus body fabrication plant in South Africa by Tata Automobile Corporation Singapore
Tatas have had links with Singapore since the early 1970s when the group established the Tata-Government
Training Centre in tool and die making. Singapore is now one of the group’s major markets and a hub for many
group companies’ international and regional operations, with the following footprint:
• Tata Steel: Headquarters of NatSteel, a subsidiary. Its Singapore plant has one of the largest single cut-and-
bend operations worldwide; Tata Steel International (Singapore), the entity responsible for the Tata Steel
Group’s global sales and marketing activities; The Asia Paciﬁc regional hub for Kalzip, a subsidiary of Tata Steel
(Europe) and an international supplier of tailored metal solutions for building envelopes.
• International headquarters of Tata NYK Shipping Pte. Ltd., a 50:50 joint venture between Tata Steel India and
NYK Line, a Japanese shipping major, to meet the bulk carrier needs of the growing sea trade of Tata companies
and of the Indian market. The company has a wholly-owned subsidiary in India with two ofﬁces in Kolkata and
• Headquarters of York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of TRF. York companies manufacture
trailer axles, assemble trailer suspension kits and distribute a full range of truck/trailer components.
Tata AutoComp Systems' plant at Nanjing (China) (www.yorktransport.com)
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• The international headquarters of Tata Technologies for all its operations outside India. The Singapore unit also provides
engineering, design and related services to automotive, defence and aerospace customers.
• The regional hub for East and South East Asia operations of Tata Consultancy Services, employing over 1,400 associates.
• Headquarters for the international business of Tata Communications, and home to the state-of-the-art Tata Communications
Exchange (TCX) data centre, built to meet the growing IT outsourcing needs of enterprises in the Asia Paciﬁc region.
• Trust Energy Resources Pte Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power and Energy Eastern Pte Ltd., a Coastal Gujarat
Power Limited subsidiary, which supports Tata Power in managing the international fuel supply chain.
• Multi-million dollar projects in mechanical, electrical & waste water management for Voltas Limited.
• JOil (S) Pte. Ltd., a JV of Tata Chemicals, Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, Toyota Tsusho and other investors; focused on plant
science (including biotechnology) aspects of Jatropha curcas, a bioenergy crop.
• Tata Capital Pte. Ltd.: a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Capital which functions as the international headquarters and the
holding company for all the international operations of Tata Capital. It has three key subsidiaries which are:
• Tata Capital Advisors Pte. Ltd., which manages three private equity funds with over US$640 million in commitments as
of December 2011; Tata Capital Markets Pte. Ltd., which offers investment banking and corporate ﬁnance services to
corporates in Asia Paciﬁc Region; Tata Capital Plc., United Kingdom which is a FSA licensed entity.
The Tata group considers the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries as a huge market and is keen on expanding its presence 96
in these countries especially in IT, hotels, engineering goods, steel, automotive, power, chemicals etc. The group’s footprint in the 97
region began in the early 1990s and has been steadily increasing since then. Currently, the footprint includes:
• Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces operates the Taj Palace Hotel in Dubai and is developing the Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, a
luxury resort at the Palm Island Jumeriah crescent in Dubai.
• Tata Communications recently completed the construction of new Tata Global Network (TGN)-Gulf and TGN-EA cable systems
in partnership with several major telecommunications operators in the Middle East. These new routes will act as a gateway
to the Tata Global Network connecting the region with reliable high speed bandwidth to all key cities around the world. This
is in addition to several other strategic engagements in the region on MPLS, Ethernet, IP, Telepresence and Voice Services.
• Tata Consultancy Services operates in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar, offering IT Consulting, IT Services
and its own products in the banking and insurance sector to clients.
• Tata Consulting Engineers’ subsidiary, TCE QSTP-LLC, based in Doha, Qatar, focuses on research work related to nano
technology, applied research pertaining to energy, water and material science and project engineering services.
• Tata International’s subsidiary, Tata West Asia FZE, based in Dubai, looks after operations in the MENA region and spearheads
the steel trading activity of the company. It also engages in trading of minerals, chemicals and engineering products and
stock-and-sell of various steel products.
• Apart from having a presence in Turkey, Tata Motors’ passenger cars business is expanding its footprint in other parts of the
Middle East. It has also developed a fast growing market for its commercial range of vehicles through a well-established
distributor network in the region.
• Tata Global Beverages has a growing presence in the GCC with its Tetley, Tata Tea and Kanan Devan brands available in
around 5,000 supermarkets and tea shops across Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain. Taj Palace Hotel, Dubai
• The Titan brand currently holds the No. 2 position in the Middle East, and is a market leader in Oman and Bahrain.
• Tata Elxsi and Tata Interactive Systems have sales ofﬁces.
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Established in 1962, Tata International Limited (TIL), is the trading arm of the Tata Group. Its global businesses
include automobile distribution, manufacturing and trading in ﬁnished leather and leather products, products for
engineering sector, steel, chemicals, minerals and solar energy. The company operates through its network of ofﬁ ces
spanning Africa, Europe, Middle East, Latin America and Asia. It leverages its global presence along with sourcing
and marketing expertise to offer a gamut of products and services. Over the years, Tata International has formed
strong strategic alliances and partnerships that have reinforced its role in international trade and business.
The company currently operates the following principal businesses:
Trading : This business is primarily engaged in value-added trading that includes international marketing, global
sourcing, distribution and supply chain management in select industries. Among the sectors catered to are
automotive, steel, power, construction and infrastructure (material handling / earthmoving and other equipments),
chemicals, steel, metals, minerals and solar energy. The business has various long term representation agreements,
marketing and distribution tie-ups with reputable manufacturers for various geographies. It operates across its
global network to provide value to customers by sourcing the right materials at a fair value.
Leather : TIL is India’s leading manufacturer, trader and supply chain integrator of leather and leather products. It
Leather products from Tata International
exports to over 35 countries. Its products include ﬁnished leather, ladies’, men’s and children’s footwear, garments,
articles and performance leather. TIL has built enduring associations with major global brands like Marks & Spencer,
Gabor, Aerosoles, Zara, Wolverine, Mango and others.
Rated as a world-class manufacturer with a large pool of skilled resources, the Leather business has a state-of-the-
art manufacturing facility and processing plant in Chennai and Dewas (Central India), with a total capacity of 48
million sq ft for fashion leather, 6 million pairs per annum for footwear and the only performance leather capability
in India of 12 million sq ft per annum. The company is India’s largest children’s footwear exporter. It also has a major
stake in Move-On Shoes, which retails shoes in Europe. The company is constantly seeking to partner the best in
class and believes in pursuing synergistic growth opportunities globally.
It also retails footwear and leather articles in India under the brand TASHI.
Tata International's retail venture - Tashi
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Tata Africa : A subsidiary of TIL, Tata Africa, headquartered in South Africa, has established a substantial presence in
Africa. Since 1974, it has served as a ﬂag bearer for the Group in the continent and has been steadily expanding its
footprint. Tata Africa currently spans 14 countries in sub Saharan Africa across sectors like automobile distribution,
chemicals, steel, engineering, IT, hospitality, power, leather and health care. It has played a signiﬁcant role in the
promotion, distribution and after sales service of TATA vehicles. It has also facilitated several business collaborations
and has successfully created a niche for the TATA brand, its values and commitment to the larger community. Tata Africa's operations
Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures
The company, through subsidiaries and joint ventures worldwide, has business interests in ﬁve star hotels, bus
body building, vehicle assembly plant and trailer manufacturing facilities. With Tata Industries, it jointly owns DIESL,
a complete end-to-end logistics solutions company.
The company is deeply committed to being a proactive, integral and responsible member of the community and 98
the environment in which it operates. Stringent goals for the reduction of its carbon footprint and greenhouse 99
gases in the leather plant and other facilities, coupled with empowering and enhancing the livelihoods of local
communities in equal measure, drives the company's long term sustainability agenda for a better tomorrow.
The company has pioneered initiatives aimed at promoting co-operatives, self help groups as well as impartment Taj Pamodzi, Lusaka
of skills to women and underprivileged sections of the society both in India and overseas. The company has won
several prestigious national awards and International certiﬁcations for Environment and Quality. It is a signatory to
the UN Global Compact.
Contact : Tata International Limited, Block A, Shivsagar Estates, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai-400 018, India.
Tel : 91-22-6665 2200-10 Fax : 91-22-6661 2833 Email : email@example.com
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Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the Allied Trusts www.dorabjitatatrust.org
Established in 1932 by Sir Dorabji Tata, the elder son of the group founder Jamsetji Tata, the Sir Dorabji
Tata Trust is one of India’s oldest philanthropic foundations. With its Allied Trusts, it is the single largest
private sector donor in the country.
corporate The Trusts make ﬁnancial contributions to institutions, provide ﬁnancial support to more than 600
NGOs in the country and offer monetary assistance to students and needy patients. Their vision of
constructive philanthropy has been sensitive to the fast-growing needs of a developing nation, and the
sustainability projects and programmes they support bear contemporary relevance.
The Allied Trusts, administered by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust are the Jamsetji Tata Trust, the R.D. Tata Trust,
the J.R.D. Tata Trust, the Tata Education Trust, the Tata Social Welfare Trust, the J.R.D. and Thelma J. Tata
Trust, the J.N. Tata Endowment for the Higher Education of Indians, the Lady Tata Memorial Trust and
the Lady Meherbai D. Tata Education Trust.
The grant-making pattern of the Trusts is based on three broad segments of philanthropy:
Trusts • Grants to institutions set up or signiﬁcantly facilitated by the Trusts.
Institutes • Grants to Non-Government Organisations (NGOs).
• Grants to individuals (educational and medical).
Tata Medical Center
The Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the Allied Trusts have pioneered several leading institutions, the ﬁrst
Community Initiatives of their kind in India, and in doing so, have created centres of excellence in several ﬁelds–particularly
medicine, science and education.
Institutions supported by the Trusts are:
• Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
• Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
• Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai
• Tata Medical Center, Kolkata
• Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai
• National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai
• National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru
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Non-Government Organisations (NGO) Grants
The pattern of grant making support extended to NGOs is in accordance with the chosen strategy. The
grants are made in six social development areas:
• Natural Resource Management and Rural Livelihoods
• Urban Poverty and Livelihoods
• Civil Society, Governance and Human Rights Tribal farmers operating weeders in the System of Rice Intensification
• Media, Art and Culture – Centre for World Solidarity, Odisha
Natural Resource Management and Rural Livelihoods
This portfolio addresses food security at the household level and promotes ecological security. It accounts
for the largest number and value of grants. The portfolio’s grants are dominated by two programmes, namely
the System of Rice Intensiﬁcation and Diversion Based Irrigation, as well as some emerging programmes
such as Goat Based Livelihoods. 100
Urban Poverty and Livelihoods 101
This portfolio deals with the issues of mitigating the travails of internal migration suffered by over 120
million persons migrating for work seasonally. It also addresses issues of the informal sector livelihoods,
urban planning and governance, and employability.
This portfolio is focused on supporting projects, related to elementary education, child protection, Migrant workers learning the value of savings
adolescent education and skills development, and women’s literacy in the underprivileged sections. – Aajeevika Bureau, Rajasthan
Even though India is making increasing public investment in healthcare, access to health services still
remains highly inequitable. The overarching approach of this portfolio is rooted in community-based health
interventions and spans the sub-thematic areas of non-communicable diseases with a focus on cancer,
disability, public health and services, and domestic violence.
Civil Society, Governance and Human Rights
This portfolio works towards strengthening the civil society, improving governance and supporting the
protection of human rights with a focus towards the vulnerable sections of society.
Media, Art and Culture
The portfolio aims to build and promote the arts scholarships and archival facilities, protect and conserve
cultural heritage and dying art forms, support research and development activities of the Arts, provide
Students, including the speech and hearing impaired, learning
support to media projects engaged in the development discourse and develop proactive areas in folklore.
fundamental sciences through experiments
– Muktangan Science Exploratory Centre, Maharashtra
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In the event of natural or man-made disasters, the Trusts provide ﬁnancial succour towards relief and rehabilitation efforts. In case of
major calamities, they work collaboratively with the Tata Relief Committee (TRC).
The Trusts provide merit and need based educational assistance as well as medical grants to deserving individuals.
The Sir Dorabji Tata Trust gives ﬁnancial assistance for education by way of:
• General education grants for studies in India, after taking into account factors such as academic record, fees and the economic
background of the family.
Mobile medical unit under the National Rural
Health Mission • Scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in India.
– Navjeevan, Andhra Pradesh
• Study in Urban and Rural Community Development.
Scholarships by the J.R.D. Tata Trust are given with a view to ﬁnancially assist promising young students pursuing their graduation and
post graduation courses, subject to the eligibility criteria set out on merit basis.
The J.N. Tata Endowment for the Higher Education of Indians (established in 1892 by the founder, Jamsetji Tata) selects candidates of
exceptional merit and assists them by awarding loan scholarships to pursue higher education at some of the best institutions in the world.
The Jamsetji Tata Trust supports the J.N. Tata Scholars by way of gift awards.
The Lady Tata Memorial Trust was established in 1932 by Sir Dorabji Tata in memory of his wife, Lady Meherbai, who died of leukaemia
at an early age. This trust supports international research on leukaemia and scholarships in India for scientiﬁc investigations having a
bearing, directly or indirectly, on the alleviation of human suffering from disease. Recently, an annual Young Researcher Award has also
been instituted which entitles the recipient to a ﬁve-year postdoctoral research grant.
Rally against sex selection The Lady Meherbai Tata Education Trust, also established in 1932, gives scholarships to young Indian women graduates of Indian
– Bal Va Mahila Chetna Samiti, Rajasthan universities to pursue higher studies abroad in the ﬁelds of social work and public health.
Additionally, education-related travel grants are given to meet the costs of pursuing studies overseas, as well as for presenting papers at
conferences, undergoing advanced training, research and exchange programmes.
The increasing costs of medical treatment places a huge burden, especially on those from the economically weaker sections of society.
The Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the J.R.D. Tata Trust provide ﬁnancial assistance to meet the cost of medical treatment. The J.R.D. Tata Trust
focuses mainly on the relatively younger age group, who, with such medical assistance can go on to lead a better quality of life.
Contact : Managing Trustee , Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the Allied Trusts, Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6665 8282 Fax : +91-22-6610 0484 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.dorabjitatatrust.org
A Kattaikkuttu performance by a student
– Kattaikkuttu Sangam, Tamil Nadu
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Integrated Fodder and Livestock Development
Sir Ratan Tata Trust & Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust www.srtt.org
Project under the Himmothan Pariyojana: Women
add compost in the fodder plots for enhanced
The Sir Ratan Tata Trust and Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust, established in 1919 and 1974 respectively, are grant-bestowing public foundations. farm yields in Dewal village, Chamoli district,
Both trusts seek to be catalysts in development through giving grants to institutions in the areas of Rural Livelihoods and Communities,
Education, Enhancing Civil Society and Governance, Health and Arts, Crafts and Culture. They focus their grants to organisations which they
can partner to undertake innovative and sustained initiatives with the potential to make a visible difference. They also provide grants for
endowments, have a separate programme for small grants and give grants to individuals for education and medical relief.
The bulk of these are in the areas of Rural Livelihoods and Communities and Education.
Within Rural Livelihoods and Communities, the Trusts focus on key initiatives within three broad areas:
• Drinking Water and Sanitation
• Microﬁnance 102
The Trusts’ grants in the ﬁeld of Education follow a focused approach in the following areas:
• Reforming elementary education
• Nurturing education as a discipline
• Higher Education
Within Health, the Trusts focus efforts on:
• Rural Health Programmes
• Mental Health
• Children With Special Needs
• Health Resources and Health Systems Development
• Clinical establishment
North East Initiative: A farmer in Kiphire
Within Enhancing Civil Society & Governance, the Trusts’ grants are based on the following two key initiatives: district, Nagaland, with a harvested honey
comb of rock bees
• Encouraging youth action for development through the ‘Youth & Civil Society Initiative’.
• Professionalising the non-proﬁt sector through the ‘Roopantaran initiative’, focusing on Human Resource and Organisation
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Within Arts, Crafts and Culture, the Trusts’ grants are focused on the following:
Kharash Vistarotthan Yojana: Explaining • Crafts Based Livelihood Initiatives
the beneﬁts of adoption of drip irrigation in • Sustaining Livelihoods in Performing Arts
Jantrakhedi village, Junagadh district, Gujarat
• Conservation and Digitisation
• Community Media and Livelihoods
In most of the thematic areas, the Trusts focus their grants on well-deﬁned initiatives. Some of its key initiatives are mentioned below:
Central India Initiative: This involves a series of livelihood projects across the central India region, addressing core issues aimed at
alleviating poverty amongst tribals in a sustainable manner.
Himmothan Pariyojana: The initiative addresses some of the key rural development issues confronting the inhabitants of the Himalayas,
on a systematic basis.
Kharash Vistarotthan Yojana (KVY): This tackles issues related to sea water ingress on the Gujarat coastline through ﬁeld projects and
coordination with the state government.
Drought Prooﬁng in West Rajasthan: The objective is to develop replicable models for drought prooﬁng in the desert regions of
Reviving the Green Revolution: The initiative involves a series of interventions encouraging crop diversiﬁcation in Punjab and Tamil Nadu
to tackle the negative impact of the rice-wheat cropping system, whilst also focusing on Integrated Pest Management in various crops to
North East Initiative (NEI): The initiative addresses livelihood issues of the North-eastern states. Currently, the NEI focuses on the three hill
states of Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland and opportunities for partnerships with state governments and local organisations
are being explored in these States.
Sukhi Baliraja Initiative (SBI): The initiative aims to promote a holistic livelihood promotion strategy for the Vidharbha region of
Maharashtra, with the key objective of reducing distress among the farming community by enhancing livelihoods of 25,000 households
across 300 villages.
Drinking Water Initiative (Mission Swach Jal): The initiative aims to provide potable water and promote sanitation in order to enhance the
health of rural communities. Notably, community and individual based drinking water interventions are dovetailed with sanitation and
hygiene education. Currently, the Trusts support drinking water and sanitation projects in around 450 villages across the country, including
salinity affected villages in coastal areas of Gujarat, ﬂuoride affected villages in Andhra Pradesh, Himalayan regions of Uttarakhand, etc.
Providing drinking water to salinity affected
coastal villages in Gujarat under the Tata GE Sakh Se Vikas: This initiative consolidates and expands community-based microﬁnance in Rajasthan by strengthening livelihoods and
Special Drinking Water Project: A Reverse Osmosis
reducing vulnerabilities. Whilst strengthening linkages between microﬁnance and development, the Trusts are also supporting a large
unit constructed in Loyaj village, Junagadh
district community-based microﬁnance programme in South India.
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Parag : This is the Trusts’ ‘Publications Initiative’ and focuses on publication of books in various Indian languages, supporting professional
Learning with clay: Children at the school in
development among illustrators, writers and publishers and dissemination of professional writing, besides supporting networking among
Harchandpur village, Rae Bareli district, Uttar
publishers and educationists. Pradesh
Teacher Development Initiative: This supports professional development of in-service teachers, as well as pre-service student teachers
through setting up of Teacher Resource Centres (TRC) as spaces of professional development of teachers.
Mental Health Initiative: This focuses on: (a) institutional care, rescue of mentally ill homeless women, assessment and treatment
initiatives; (b) linking mental health services with primary health care; (c) increasing outreach and coverage; and (d) rehabilitation and
The Trusts have developed and used endowments to sustain mission-driven institutions that inﬂuence positive change in society. They
have a formal endowment strategy with well-set norms and clearly deﬁned criteria that enable it to identify and appraise deserving
These cater to the needs of small, welfare-oriented organisations, and those needing support to implement innovative ideas. They are also 105
given to large organisations that need funding for strategic planning, focused research activities, or strengthening internal systems.
The Individual Grants Programme of the Trusts provide ﬁnancial help for: (a) meeting medical contingencies; and (b) scholars pursuing
higher education in India and assistance for education-related overseas travel.
Contact : The Secretary & Chief Accountant, Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Bombay House, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Human resources & Health Systems Development:
Tel : +91-22-6665 8282 Fax : +91-22-6665 8013 Email : email@example.com Website : www.srtt.org Young fellows from Community Health Cell, Bengaluru
discuss sanitation issues with women from Kota village,
Raichur district, Karnataka
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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE www.iisc.ernet.in
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) established in 1909 on a wooded, 440-acre campus, is a Deemed University with
481 faculty members and 2929 students in 41 departments and centres, carrying out research in most frontier areas of
modern science and technology. IISc is the leading science and engineering research centre in India and has a very high
academic reputation in the world. It awards the largest number of science and technology research degrees in India
(about 250 per year) and also publishes the largest number of research papers in these areas (about 8% of the national
average). Not surprisingly, IISc attracts the best research and masters’ students in India.
The Institute has some of the best research facilities in the country including the Supercomputing Education and
Research Centre, the Nanoscience Centre, a Centre for Ultrafast Laser Applications, and the JRD Tata Memorial Library.
The distinguished faculty members of the Institute contribute to all major national initiatives in science and technology
The Institute campus at Bengaluru
such as the Technology Development Missions, programmes of the Departments of Science and Technology,
Biotechnology, Environment and Forests, ISRO, DRDO, etc. Research collaborations with universities all over the world
have been increasing steadily over the years.
The Institute interacts with industry via its Centre for Scientiﬁc and Industrial Consultancy, its Society for Innovation and
Development, which has developed joint laboratories with both national and multinational corporations, and its Centre
for Continuing Education, which has retrained more than 28,000 industrial scientists and engineers through short-term
Contact : Registrar, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru-560 012, India. Tel : +91-80-2293 2444 Fax : +91-80-2360 0757
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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TATA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES www.tiss.edu
Established in 1936 as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)
was recognised as a Deemed University by the University Grants Commission in 1964. The Institute’s main campus
is in Deonar, in Mumbai. It also has a campus located at Tuljapur in the Osmanabad District of Maharashtra, and is
currently engaged in setting up campuses in Hyderabad and Guwahati, responding to invitations from the respective
TISS currently offers a graduate programme in Social Work; postgraduate programmes in Social Work, Disability Studies
and Action, Human Resources Management & Labour Relations, Globalisation & Labour, Social Entrepreneurship,
Health Administration, Hospital Administration, Public Health in Health Policy, Economics and Finance, Public
Health in Social Epidemiology, Elementary Education, Development Studies, Counselling, Women’s Studies, Disaster Main campus in Mumbai
Management, Media and Cultural Studies, Habitat Policy and Practice and Rural Development; pre-doctoral and
doctoral programmes; and a range of diploma and certificate courses. TISS is organised into six schools (Social Work,
Social Sciences, Management and Labour Studies, Health Systems Studies, Habitat Studies and Rural Development) 106
and three centres (Lifelong Learning, Media and Cultural Studies, and Research Methodology. 107
The Tuljapur Campus, which was established in 1986, offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Rural
Development. The Hyderabad and Guwahati campuses currently offer diploma and short-term programmes, and will
commence full-time teaching and research programmes from 2012.
The institute also offers several diploma, certificate and short-term training programmes to build capacity of personnel
from government and non-governmental organisations, and has established collaborative research, student and
teacher exchange programmes with 32 universities and institutions in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa
and Asia. Its outreach programmes are located all over India including the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Ladakh and
Contact : Director,Tata Institute of Social Sciences, V.N. Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai-400 088, India.
Tel : +91-22-2552 5000 Fax : +91-22-2556 5050 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Campus at Tuljapur in Osmanabad district, Maharashtra
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NATIONAL CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS (NCPA) www.ncpamumbai.com
Established in 1966 with the help of a generous grant from the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, the National Centre for the Performing
Arts (NCPA), Mumbai, exists to provide leadership on a national level as India’s premier performing arts, research and
training centre through the presentation of Indian and international art forms, the promotion of artistic excellence, and
the preservation of Indian and international cultural heritage.
The NCPA curates and presents more than 500 events each year across all major art forms, notably Indian and Western
Classical Music, Theatre, Film, Dance and Visual Arts. Besides providing a platform to external artistic groups, NCPA by
itself has created and sustained a major body of artistic work on an ongoing basis through its own artistic properties
and events. Notable amongst these is the Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) — India’s ﬁrst fully professional symphony
orchestra started in 2006 which has the great international violinist, Marat Bisengaliev, as its Music Director.
Jamshed Bhabha Theatre
With major initiatives in the area of arts education, the NCPA acts as a national catalyst for all forms of art and cultural
development. Initiatives include seminars, workshops, master classes, music education programmes for young children,
guided listening sessions, in-depth interactions and lecture demonstrations.
The NCPA ranges over a large campus covering 27,000 square metres that offers ﬂexible facilities to suit every cultural
activity, including ﬁve modern theatres :
• Jamshed Bhabha Theatre : 1109 seats, equipped with facilities to stage Western operas and ballets, Indian classical
music and large scale musicals.
• Tata Theatre : 1010 seats, with for the ﬁrst time in India, special acoustics of short duration reverberation time in an
innovative, fan-shaped auditorium.
• The Experimental Theatre : 285 seats, an innovative modular space enabling ﬂexibility for production, design and
• Dance Theatre Godrej : 185 seats.
The NCPA Complex • Little Theatre : 114 seats, a multi-purpose recording auditorium for ﬁlm screenings, talks and seminars.
Other facilities include : The Centre for Photography as an Art Form; the Piramal Gallery; music and dance practice rooms;
reading and listening libraries; a modern studio for archival documentation of dance, drama and music; a computerised
music research laboratory and four beautiful open-air venues with capacity ranging from 50 to 1,000.
The NCPA also has an audio-visual archival vault with a collection of over 5,000 hours of recordings and theatre research
material with a computerised data bank for easy retrieval. It is developing from its own resources a modern video and
audio recording infrastructure for its chosen performances and for creating a bank of DVDs and CDs. As a result of
its work in Music Research, the NCPA is recognised as a Scientiﬁc and Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO) by the
Government of India.
Contact : Director - Sales & Marketing, Administration, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021, India.
Tel : +91-22-6622 3737, 2283 3838, 2283 3737 Fax : +91-22-6622 3830, 2284 5350, 2284 0633 Email : email@example.com
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TATA MEDICAL CENTER
The Tata Medical Center (TMC) is a comprehensive care center inaugurated in May 2011. It is located in Kolkata to cater
to patients in east and north-east India, who were otherwise having to go to the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
The TMC has a current capacity of 170 beds, with 250 more beds to follow. As many as 50 per cent of the beds of the
hospital are earmarked for free treatment for poorer sections.
The expenditure of $ 70 m (Rs. 350 cr) for the facility and $ 8m (Rs. 40 cr) corpus for the hospital’s running expenditure
has been entirely funded by the Tata Group. The Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, had shared its expertise in the
creation of the TMC.
The TMC has invested in the highest quality of its equipment and staff. Its two radiotherapy machines, Novalis and
Tomotherapy, deliver extremely precise radiation to tumour cells while sparing normal tissues: both are now being
used to capacity. 108
The bone marrow transplant unit has also been opened. The radiology department now performs MRI, CT, Ultrasound
and guided procedures. PET and SPECT scans are also available: these enable precise evaluation of the volume of
viable tumour cells.
The TMC’s specialised laboratory services include immunophenotyping and molecular genetics. The hospital also
has a cytogenetic laboratory which can study chromosomes in cancer cells.
The hospital’s professional staff comprises a 282-strong team of specialists, fellows, nurses and technologists. The
hospital lays emphasis on evidence-based decision making to provide the highest level of care for patients with
cancer and, more importantly, do this with compassion.
Contact : Dr. Mammen Chandy, Director, Tata Medical Center, 14-MAR, Newtown, Kolkata – 700 156, India.
Tel : + 91 - 33 6605 7582 Fax : + 91-33 6605 7578 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Tomotherapy unit for precise and accurate radiation therapy
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TATA COUNCIL FOR COMMUNITY INITIATIVES www.tata.com
The Tata Council for Community Initiatives (TCCI) was formed to evolve a common direction for Group companies’ initiatives in
community work, to synergise their work, and to optimise the Group’s contribution to India’s development.
As the Group’s nodal agency on corporate sustainability, TCCI facilitates initiatives of Tata companies related to environmental
management, biodiversity issues and community development, particularly employee volunteering, by facilitating networking
among representatives from over 40 companies. These initiatives are taken up with a view to bring about a holistic and sustainable
change. Similarly, external stakeholders – Central and State governments, NGOs and development agencies – ﬁnd a one point
contact in the TCCI to work with the Group on the larger themes of development.
In its focus on facilitating volunteering, TCCI encourages Group companies with speciﬁc technical ‘know-how’ to offer their services
to those in need and also design and implement programs in the speciﬁc areas of health, education and issues concerning
women and children.
Capacity building training going on at Mithapur The TCCI has set up regional groups in cities where Tata companies have a signiﬁcant presence, and employees are encouraged
to volunteer with NGOs and the communities in their vicinities. In all, over 28,285 corporate volunteers are registered from the
The TCCI enables the Group to action its corporate sustainability by evolving a set of guidelines that form a Tata approach by
which individual companies can work more cohesively for the betterment of the community.
The TCCI has developed a Tata Index for Sustainable Human Development, in partnership with the UNDP, to provide a common
and measurable template for the companies’ performance in aiding sustainable human development. The TCCI represents
Tata as Focal Point for India of UN Global Compact, USA; and its representative has been invited to be on the boards of Global
Reporting Initiatives, Netherlands; Social Accountability International, USA; AccountAbility, United Kingdom; and, Bureau of
Indian Standards & ISO SR 26000, India.
AMBA helps employ intellectually challenged people that
TTSL ofﬂoads of its back ofﬁce work – thus making them part
of the value chain of abundance!
Contact : Vice President, Group Corporate Sustainability, 2nd Floor, Fort Chambers – C, Tamarind Lane, Fort, Mumbai-400 001, India.
Tel : +91-22-6665 7483 Telefax : +91-22-6665 7484 Email : email@example.com
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products & services index
Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages
Agrochemicals and Agricultural Services Station Wagons 24 Soil Compactors 30 Stationery & gift items 84
Agro-nutrients 90 Suspension Systems – Truck and Bus 29 Transit Mixers Trucks 30 Toys 84
Agronomy Services 89/90 Sports Cars 25 Tunnel Boring Machines 30 Tech accessories 84
Agrochemicals 91/92 Tippers 24/35 Undercarriages 30 Gourmet food,Vegetables, Fruits, Dairy &
Agrochemicals – Exports 91 Tractor – Trailers 24 Vibratory Compactors 30 Non Vegetarian Products 84
Crop nutrients 88/89/91 Trailers 35/99 Wheel Loaders 30
Fertilisers 88/89/90 Trailer under-gears 35 Defence & Aerospace
Formulations 91 Trucks 22/24/30 Consumer Products Composite Products for the
Insecticides, Fungicides, Herbicides 91 Utility Vehicles 22/24 Bottled Water 76/77 Aerospace, Defence and Industrial
Pesticides 89/90 Visioning Systems 29 Cappuccino 78 industries 19
Phosphatic Fertilisers 88/89 Wiring Harness 29 Cocoa 78 Solutions for personal, vehicle armour 19
Plant Growth Nutrients and Seeds 89/90 Coffee 76/77/78/94 Manufacturing, assembly & systems integration 93
Urea 88/89 Automobile and Automotive Services Childrens beverages 78 Homeland security 93
Auto Finance 26 Decaffenated teas 77
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration After Market Operations 26 Eyewear 80/81 Drugs
Air Conditioners 32 Automobile Retail 26 Footwear 83/97 Drug Discovery & development 92
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning Automotive Engineering Services 25/29 Hot Chocolate 77/78 Development of pharmaceutical products 92
and Refrigeration Applications 32 Automotive applications 35 Iced Teas 77/78 Pre clinical & early clinical development 92
Refrigerators 32 CAD 29 Jewellery 80/81
Water Coolers and Dispensers 32 CAE 29 Leather and Leather Products 98 Engineering Services
Concept, Design and Detailing 29 Non carbonated beverages 76 Engineering & consultancy services 32
Automobiles, Auto Assemblies Engineering and Design 26 Natural Mineral water 77 Building Management Systems 32
and Auto Components Product centric IT services 26 Organic teas 77 Engineering and Design Services 26
Auto Components 26/28/34 Knowledge-based Engineering 29 Performance beverage 76 Engineering Knowledge management 45
Automotive Batteries 29 Sales, Logistics, Distribution 26 Pulses 88 Engineering Services Outsourcing 44 111
Axles 26/35/96 Plastics & Sheet Metal Tool Design 29 Hot beverages 76 EPC Services 31/32/35
Buses 22/24/25 Simulation and Optimisation 29 Salt 88 Factory Automation Solutions 26
Bus & Coach Body Building 22/95/99 Supply Chain Management 26 Ready to drink tea 77 Precision Engineering 80/81
Command and Control Systems 29 Design and Development 29 Spices Teas 77 Water, Efﬂuent and Sewage Treatment 32
Commercial Vehicles 22/95 Product Lifecycle Management 26 Tea Mixes 77 Water Pollution Control 32
Distribution 22/98/99 Vehicle Programs & Development 44 Tea / Tea Bags 77/94/95/97
Commercial Vehicles: Goods 24 Tea Concentrates 77 Financial Services
Commercial Vehicles: Passengers 22/24/97 Chemicals Tea – Flavoured and Herbal 77/78/94 Advisory Services 70
Commercial Vehicles: Small, Light & Carbide de-sulphurising Watches 80/81 Asset Management 70
Intermediate, Medium & Heavy 24 compounds 16 Water Puriﬁer 88 Commercial Finance 71
Composites (sheet moulded Cooking Soda 88 Corporate ﬁnance 97
and bulk moulded) 28/29 Pigments 16 Consumer Products – Retailing Consumer Loans 71
Functional Plastic Parts and Systems 29 Soda Ash 88/89/95 Apparel 84 Fund Management 70/71
Gear Boxes 26 Sodium Bicarbonate 88 Books and Music 84 Financial Solutions 71
Heavy Vehicles 22/25 Bakery 84 General Insurance 69
Hatchback 24 Construction Equipment Consumer Electronics 83/84 Health Insurance 69
Heat Exchangers 29 Agricultural Equipment 30 Communication & imaging 83 Home loans 71
Horse Power Engines 26 Asphalt Compactors 30 Food, beverages 84 Infrastructure Finance 71
Luxury Saloons 24/25 Backhoe Loaders 30 Footwear and Accessories 84 Investment Banking 71/97
Mixers 24 Construction Equipment 26/29/32 Furnishing 84
Multi-purpose Vehicles 24 Concrete Equipment 30 Gaming 83 Hotels and Hospitality
Multi-Axle Trucks 24 Crawler Cranes 30 Groceries 84 Airline Catering Services 64
Pick-up Vehicles 22/25 Hydraulic Excavators 30 Health and Beauty Products 84 Hotels 62/64/94/95/97/98/99
Plastic Interiors & Exteriors 28/29 Mining Equipment 30/32 Home Accessories 84 Resorts 62
Seating Systems 29 Mining shovels 30 Appliances 83 Hotel Management – Training 64
Sedans 24 Motor Graders 30 Personal care appliances 83 Service Apartments 64
Special Application Vehicles 24 Multi Utility Loader 30 Home Entertainment 83/84 Luxury Yachts 64
Stampings and Assemblies 29 Off highway dumpers 30 IT 83 Safari Lodges 62
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Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages Products & Services Pages
Palaces 62/64/94/99 Material Handling and Port Renewable Energy Tinplate 15
Private Jet Operations 64 Operation Services 16 Solar Photovoltaic Products Tubes 14
Spa 64 Third party logistics services 68/99 and Systems 59 Trading 97
Project logistics 68 Solar modules 59 Wire Rods 14/17
Industrial Machinery and Equipment Warehousing solutions 68 Solar Plant 56/57 Hand tools & Implements 15
Engineered-to-order Distribution 68 Solar Power Solutions 56
Machine Tools 26 International logistics solutions 68 Solar Water Heating Products 58 Telecom Products and Solutions
Textile Machinery 32 Value Added Services 68 Bandwidth 50/53/97
Mobile crushing plants 35 Retail Chains Broadband 50
Screens, feeders, foundry equipment 35 Material Handling Equipment Consumer Electronics Mega Stores 83 Business Transformation 52
Fork-lift Trucks 32 Hypermarket 84 CDMA Services 50
Industrial Infrastructure – EPC Projects Material Handling Equipment 32/35 Lifestyle Retail Stores 84 Mobile and Broadband
Power Generation 31 Bulk material handling equipment 35 Watches 80/81 Content/Applications 50
Transmission & Distribution 31 Bulk material handling systems 35 Jewellery 80/81 Calling Card 50
Water and waste water 31 Port & yard equipment 35 Optical stores 80/81 Converged Voice 52
Oil, Gas and Hydrocarbon projects 31 Operation & Maintenance services 35 Leisure & Family entertainment 84 Converged communication services 95
Metal & Minerals 31 Cloud Computing 53
Railways 31 Media and Entertainment Services – Miscellaneous Connectivity Solutions 53
Quality Services 31 DTH Services 49 Economics and Business Research 73 Data Services 50/51/52
Electro mechanical projects 32 Satellite TV 50 Management consulting 72 Dial up Internet 50
Power Plant developers 35 Management training 73 Domestic Long Distance Services 52
Mining Legal services 73 Enterprise Solutions 44/94
Media Relations 73 Enterprise data services 52
Investment Services 70 Mines – Iron Ore, Coking Coal,
Outsourced customer care & allied services 48 Global Ethernet Services 52
Life Insurance 69 Chrome Ore 14/15/94
GSM Telecom 50/51
Portfolio Management 70 Mines – Quartzite, Plastic Clay 19
Steel Products and Services Hosting and Storage 52
Private Equity 71/97 Mining Equipment 30
Equipment and Systems 15 Managed Data Networks 50
Securities 71 Mining shovels 30 Bearings 15 Managed Network Connectivity 52
Wealth management 71 Brick manufacture 16 Managed Security 52
Project Finance 71 Power Cold Rolled Coils & Sheets 14/15 Managed Collaboration 52
Travel Related Services 71 Power Generation (thermal, hydro, solar, Hot Rolled Coils & Sheets 14 Net Telephony 50
Foreign Exchange 71 wind, geothermal), Transmission, Contemporary Construction Material 15 Infrastructure Services 50
Distribution and Trading 56/57/58/95 Crude Steel 14/15 International and Domestic
IT and IT-Enabled Services Power Technologies 56 Carbon steel 15 Private Leased Lines 52
Animation 42 Fuel 56 E-Commerce 16 Public booth telephony 51
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) 38 Logistics 56 Engineered-to-order Equipment 16 IP/MPLS VPN 50/52/53/97
Business Solutions 38/95 Ferro Chrome 17/95 International voice services 52
Business Support Services 47/94 Realty and Infrastructure Fasteners 17 International Toll Free Service
Consulting 38/40/42/43/44/96 Affordable Housing 66 Galvanised sheets 14 and Account Calling 52
Custom Learning solutions 47 Development of Properties – Galvanised Corrugated Sheets 15 Leased Lines 50/51
Educational solutions 47 Residential, Commercial, Retail 65/66 Galvanised Wires 15 Telephony Services – Fixed/Mobile 50/51
Embedded electronics 42 Fund Management – Real Estate Projects 65 Long Products 15/17 Telecommunication Solutions 50/94
Industrial design 42 Premium and Luxury Housing 66 Pig Iron 16 Telecom Towers 51
Systems integration 42 Real Estate and Infrastructure 65/66 Pipes 15 Telepresence solutions 53/97
IT Services 38/44/94/95/97 IT/ITES SEZ development 65 Refractories – Exports 19 Transmission 52
Product Development 44 Urban infrastructure services 67 Refractories Management 19 Terrestrial Fiber Network 50/53
Product Lifecycle Management Infrastructure solutions - Refractories – Manufacture 16 Satellite Earth Stations 50
(PLM) 26/44/45/46 Engineering & construction 67 Refractories Solutions 19 Submarine Cable Network 50/52/53
Software Development 38/41/42 Infrastructure solutions - Power Distribution 67 Reinforcing bars 14/15 Voice Services 52/97
Visual Effects 42 Infrastructure solutions - Water & waste water 67 Rolls 17 VSAT Solutions 50
Infrastructure solutions - Municipal Sponge Iron 16 Wi-Fi 50
Logistics solid waste management 67 Steel Processing & distribution 16 Wireless desktop phones 51
Freight Forwarding and Synthetic iron oxide pigments 16 Wireline Services 51
Chartering Services 15 Carbon de-sulphurising products 16 3G services 51
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For more information on the Tata group contact :
Group Corporate Affairs
Tata Services Limited
Bombay House 24 Homi Mody Street Fort Mumbai 400 001 India
Telephone : +91-22-6665 8282
Facsimile : +91-22-6665 8160
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org www.tata.com
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