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    Tata Steel has two integrated (blast furnace-based) steelmaking sites:

    • IJmuiden in the Netherlands, producing slab, hot and cold rolled coil and coated strip products (galvanised coil and packaging steels).
    • Port Talbot in south Wales, which produces slab, hot rolled, cold rolled and galvanised coil.

    Steel is also made at a scrap-fed mini-mill complex in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, in northern England.  Alloy and special steels are made at this site.  Ultra-pure remelted steels are made at the nearby Stocksbridge works.

    In addition, Tata Steel operates rolling mills and coating lines across Europe and further afield.

    • Hot and cold rolled strip and galvanised coil is made at Llanwern in south Wales
    • Metallic and organic coated sheet is made at various works:
      • Galvanized coil at Shotton in North Wales and Segal at Ivôz-Ramet near Liège in Belgium;
      • Colour-coated coil at Louvroil (Mauberge) in northern France, Shotton, and Adapazari near Izmit in Turkey;
      • Tinplate and other packaging steels at Trostre near Llanelli in South Wales (which also has cold rolling facilities) and at Duffel in Belgium.
    • Engineering steels are rolled at the Rotherham works.
    • A  wide variety of steel tubes is manufactured at Corby in the English East Midlands, Hartlepool on Teesside, and at Maastricht, Oosterhout and Zwijndrecht in the Netherlands.
    • Electrical steels are produced by Cogent Power.  Grain-oriented electrical sheet is produced at the Orb works in Newport, South Wales and non-grain oriented at Surahammar in Sweden. There is also a finishing plant at Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
    • Electro plated strip is made at Düsseldorf and Trier in Germany and at Warren, Ohio and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in the USA.
    • Narrow strip is produced at the Layde works in Durango, northern Spain and the Brinsworth works in Rotherham; and coated narrow strip at Walsall in England’s West Midlands.
    • The company makes bright bar at Wednesbury in the English West Midlands.

     

    Tata Steel also runs a large number of distribution/processing, manufacturing  and consulting businesses, as well as regional sales offices, in Europe, the Middle East, the USA and other parts of the world.