EN-Corporate-News-2021-Steel is bringing families together safely

The brainchild of Splash – an event space design business based in Stockport – the VisitorPod uses a high-quality Tata Steel product which, as well as having a long life span and being recyclable, can resist intensive cleaning keeping residents and visitors safe.

Selected for its ‘clean’ credentials, Tata Steel’s Advantica® L Control is being used on the interior walls and ceiling of the care home pod.  

EN-Corporate-News-2020-Tata Steel unveils €300 million ‘Roadmap+’ plan to enhance the environment at IJmuiden plant in the Netherlands

The announcement of Roadmap+, which will also combat industrial odours and dust pollution at IJmuiden, coincides with the publication today of a progress report on Tata Steel’s Roadmap 2030 sustainability program involving 25 projects to enhance the company’s environmental performance.

As part of the €300 million Roadmap+ program, Tata Steel Netherlands will work closely with local authority and government leaders in the Province of Noord Holland to ensure the measures exceed environmental laws.


The company’s partnership with Telstar soccer club focuses on educational and health & wellbeing activities for youngsters in the IJmond community.

Through partnering with Telstar, Tata Steel supports the local ‘Home in the District / Playing for Success’ programme, through which youngsters with a temporary learning disability are trained and enthused to improve their learning skills by working with players and coaches from the club.

EN-Corporate-News-2020-Best kept secret of Tata Steel in IJmuiden

How do you improve on the humble food can? Well at Tata Steel what was until now only known by customers and the trade press has been revealed to the whole world.

Protact is a new steel packaging material which is as safe as it has always been, but easier for canmakers to work with and truly 100% recyclable. Protact is used in the food processing industry (including canned food).


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