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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.
Coal India is one of the largest coal producing companies in the world. The company produces more than 350 million tons annually and provides a wide range of extraction, coal reserve identification, and exploration activities. Established in 1975, the holding company operates through eight subsidiaries, including Eastern Coalfields, Bharat Coking Coal, and Mahanadi Coalfields. Coal India offers consulting services through its Central Mine Planning & Design Institute subsidiary. It accounts for more than three-quarters of India's total coal production. Through a consortium, the company has also entered the mining equipment manufacturing business.
Grasim is in touch with its soft side and its tough side. Once primarily a textile manufacturer, the company is also engaged in the production of cement and chemicals. Grasim makes 18 million meters of textiles a year in its Haryana and Madhya Pradesh plants in India; its synthetic suiting (sold under the Grasim and Graviera brand names) is sold in a network of more than 250 showrooms and wholesalers. The company also produces viscose staple fiber (VSF). Grasim is a major producer of cement; it ventured into cement production in the 1980s and now operates about two dozen plants throughout India. A subsidiary of Aditya Birla, Grasim was established in 1948.
Hindalco is India's largest aluminum producer and operates the country's largest copper smelting and refining plant. It also owns the Mount Gordon and Nifty copper mines in Australia. The company's aluminum products include wire rods, ingots, billets, aluminum alloy wheels, aluminum packaging and foils. Its copper products include cast copper rods for power and communication cables, strips for power and distribution transformers, magnet wire, and copper cathodes. The copper unit provides almost two-thirds of its sales. Hindalco is a unit of Aditya Birla. In 2007, the company paid $6 billion, including debt, to buy Canada's Novelis.
Talvivaara Mining mines a lot of nickel to make its coin. While the company's main operation is the extraction of sulphide nickel from its eponymous mine in eastern Finland, Talvivaara also produces copper, zinc, and cobalt as byproducts of its mining operations. The Talvivaara mine commenced full-scale production in 2009 and is projected to produce almost 35,000 tons of nickel and 60,000 tons of zinc annually. Talvivaara's customers are primarily metal refiners. The company has contracted with Norilsk Nickel to sell all the production of its nickel and cobalt. In addition to the Talvivaara mine's two ore deposits, the company conducts exploration activities in other areas of Finland.
Imperial Recycling is a leading dealer of non-ferrous and ferrous materials, procuring scrap from businesses located primarily in the Midwest. Imperial Recycling is dedicated to bringing innovation and transparency to the scrap industry. As an Imperial Recycling employee, you will never feel undervalued or unheard, and you can take pride in knowing you are contributing to environmental conservation and are a part of an honest, forward-thinking business.