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RIL is India’s largest private sector company, with a consolidated turnover of INR 622,809 crore ($90.1 billion), cash profit of INR 64,478 Crore ($9.3 billion), and net profit of INR 39,588 crore ($5.7 billion) for the year ended March 31, 2019. Our motto “Growth is Life” aptly captures the ever-evolving spirit of Reliance. Our activities span hydrocarbon exploration and production, petroleum refining and marketing, petrochemicals, retail, and telecommunications. In each of these areas, we are committed to innovation-led, exponential growth. Our vision has pushed us to achieve global leadership in many of our businesses – including our position as the largest polyester yarn and fiber producer in the world. RIL is the topmost ranked company from India to feature in Fortune’s Global 500 list of ‘World’s Largest Corporations’ – currently ranking 106th in terms of both revenues and profits. The company stands 71st in the ‘Forbes Global 2000’ rankings for 2019 – top-most among Indian companies. It ranks 10th among LinkedIn’s ‘The Best Companies to Work For In India’ (2019).
Tata Steel is India's largest private sector steel company. The company's steel-making and finishing facilities have the capacity to produce more than 30 million tons of crude steel. Tata Steel's products include hot and cold rolled coils and sheets, galvanized sheets, tubes, wire rods, rings and bearings. Its domestic facilities are located in Jamshedpur in eastern India, and Tata's international operations include UK-based subsidiary Tata Steel Europe, Singapore's NatSteel, and Tata Steel Thailand. The company also owns interests in coal and iron projects that supply the steel maker with raw materials. The Tata Group owns about 30% of the company.
JSW Steel is bracing for growing steel appetites in India and beyond. One of the country's largest steel producers, JSW churns out more than 3 million tons annually and has plans to boost that exponentially. (Its goal is to produce 32 million tons annually by 2020.) Products include hot-rolled coils, steel plates, sheets, and galvanized coils and sheets. JSW maintains three manufacturing locations and is in the process of expanding its flagship Vijaynagar Works. The company operates as a part of the JSW Group, which also deals in power generation, financial services, and industrial gas production. In 2010 JSW acquired a 45% stake in Ispat Industries for $477 million.
Tata Motors is geared up to go global. The company -- India's largest automobile maker by sales -- makes buses, trucks, tractor-trailers, passenger cars (Indica, Indigo, Safari, Sumo, and the ultra budget-conscious Nano), light commercial vehicles, and utility vehicles. The company also makes construction equipment and provides IT services. Tata Motors sells through more than 1,500 dealers in India, as well as exports vehicles to countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America. In addition, the company distributes Fiat-brand cars in India through its Tata-Fiat dealer network. In 2008 Tata Motors bought the Jaguar and Land Rover brands from Ford for about $2.3 billion.
Jet Airways (India) has India covered, flying to about 45 destinations throughout the country from its primary hub in Mumbai and several secondary hubs. The airline operates a fleet of more than 85 aircraft, mostly Boeing 737s. Besides domestic service, Jet Airways flies to about 20 cities in Asia, Europe and North America. It extends its offerings via code-sharing relationships with carriers such as Qantas and Brussels Airlines. (Code-sharing enables airlines to sell tickets on one another's flights and thus offer potential passengers service to additional markets.) Subsidiary JetLite serves about 30 destinations, mostly in India. Jet Airways was founded in 1993 and is controlled by Chairman Naresh Goyal.
Indian Oil is India's #1 oil refiner. Of India's 20 refineries, the company owns 10, which have a combined capacity of 67.7 million metric tons per year (34% of India's total refining capacity). The group also owns more than 10,900 kilometers of pipeline and operates a chain of some 18,640 gas stations across India. India's largest commercial enterprise, Indian Oil has 71% of India's downstream pipeline throughput capacity, and its network of 35,600 retail outlets represents 49% of the country's petroleum products market share. The group also provides cooking gas to more than 50 million households. The company also has a 63% market share of India aviation fuel sector.
Construction conglomerate Larsen & Toubro is committed to building a stronger India. Founded in 1938, the firm and its subsidiaries offer construction and engineering services related to commercial projects. Services include civil and electrical engineering and IT consulting. Larsen & Toubro also makes equipment and machinery used to build weaponry systems and infrastructure facilities including airports, oil and gas platforms, power plants, refineries, roads and bridges, and water treatment facilities. The firm has more than 60 units in some 30 countries. Domestic business within India dominates, but the company is steadily growing its global operations with a focus on China and the Middle East.
ITC walks with the other giants of India's business world -- Tata and Reliance. India's top cigarette market, ITC is a conglomerate focused on four business groups: consumer goods (cigarettes and cigars, food, and personal care products); luxury hotels; paperboards; and paper and packaging and agri business (commodities, leaf tobacco, spices). Its major brands include India Kings, Insignia, Navy Cut, Scissors, and Gold Flake (cigarettes); Wills Sport and John Players (apparel); Kitchens of India and Bingo! (prepackaged food, candy); and Mangaldeep (incense sticks, matches). It's also parent to one of India's leading technology companies, ITC Infotech. British America Tobacco owns about a third of ITC's shares.
IndiGo is India’s largest passenger airline with a market share of 49% as of May 2019. We primarily operate in India’s domestic air travel market as a low-cost carrier with focus on our three pillars – offering low fares, being on-time and delivering a courteous and hassle-free experience. IndiGo has become synonymous with being on-time.