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  • Tata Steel celebrates joint achievements with customers

    24 Oct 2018 | Corporate News

    Tata Steel is using this year’s EuroBLECH to celebrate its industry-proven products, latest developments and services, as well as how it has evolved as a customer-focused company together with its clients.

    Customers can rely on technical expertise and innovation power, paired with a real understanding of their respective markets. This maximises yield, reduces waste, improves processing efficiency and is key to developing lighter components, better finishes and longer-lasting products.

    In this context Tata Steel highlights its latest additions to its HSLA Ympress® and Ympress Laser grades, which are highly formable and can be used efficiently for stronger and more consistent products for various industries. With Ymvit®, the company is an industry champion for the manufacture of enameling applications, while car manufacturers benefit from the highly formable high-strength HR CP800® and XPF® grades for lighter and more complex chassis components. The composite solution, Coretinium®, is the innovative customisable and ready-to-assemble flooring and sidewall material for buildings and trailers. The cold- and hot-formed hollow sections Hybox® and Celsius® offer higher strength, ideal for lighter and shape-consistent engineering and construction structures with new extensions like Hybox® TT.


    Providing a competitive edge to customers To achieve cutting-edge manufacturing efficiency and product quality Tata Steel also supports customers with smart technical services based on Early Vendor Involvement (EVI). Customers are closely accompanied at the early design stage of their products to help them get the best result from the material from the beginning. They can thereby optimise their total cost of ownership and improve sustainability throughout the entire product life cycle.


    A recent example of early collaboration is the component development for the test track of the new carbon-free transportation system, Hyperloop. Here, Tata Steel partners with other high-tech companies to overcome the technological challenges of creating a vacuum tube and maglev track, enabling the Hyperloop pod to travel almost at the speed of sound. After the mutual investigation on the requirements of the steel tube, Tata Steel now enters the prototype stage.


    Henrik Adam, Chief Commercial Officer of Tata Steel in Europe, said: “Anticipating our customers’ business needs and meeting those through innovative solutions and technical expertise is at the very core of Tata Steel. Due to the close collaboration with our clients, we understand their business requirements and have a full appreciation of their challenges.


    “At EuroBLECH 2018, we demonstrate how we make a difference together and provide a competitive edge to customers in their markets.”






    For further information:

    Sue-Lane Wood, Tata Steel Europe, Tel: +31 628888965, sue-lane.wood@tatasteeleurope.com

    Ingo Trenkner, pr people, Tel. +49 201 82 14 34 12, i.trenkner@pr-people.de

    About Tata Steel’s European operations

    Tata Steel is one of Europe's leading steel producers, with steelmaking in the Netherlands and the UK, and manufacturing plants across Europe. The company supplies high-quality steel products to the most demanding markets, including construction and infrastructure, automotive, packaging and engineering. Tata Steel works with customers to develop new steel products which give them a competitive edge. The combined Tata Steel group is one of the top global steel companies, with an annual crude steel capacity of 27.5 million tonnes and more than 65,000 employees across five continents. The group’s turnover in the year ending March 2018 was US $20.4 billion.