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Jamsetji to Corus

100 YEARS OF TATA STEEL

From modest beginnings, the company has become the world's sixth largest steel maker.  Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata's brainchild, Tata Steel, has many 'firsts' to its credit in its journey of 100 years. From being the first steel plant in India and Asia, to bagging the Anglo-Dutch steelmaker, Corus Group, the largest acquisition by an Indian company abroad, Tata Steel has lived up to its reputation of creating history.  The genesis of Tata Steel lay in a report by a German geologist, Ritter Von Scwartz, claiming significant iron ore deposits in Chanda, a district close to Chhota ...