The Tata Group's metal businesses were all combined into Tata Steel. Details here

On Thursday, the company board approved the merger of all seven of the Tata Group's metal subsidiaries to form Tata Steel Limited.

The Tata Group's metal businesses were all combined into Tata Steel. Details here

The Tata Group's board of directors has authorised the merger of all of its metal companies into Tata Steel. The business board approved merging its seven metal companies with its parent, Tata Steel Limited, at its meeting on Thursday. The Indian Steel & Wire Products Limited, Tata Metaliks Limited, TRF Limited, Tata Steel Mining Limited, S & T Mining Company Limited, and Tata Steel Long Products Limited are the seven metal enterprises of the Tata group that will be amalgamated with Tata Steel.

The following seven (7) amalgamation projects were considered and authorised by the company's board of directors at its meeting on September 22, 2022, according to the announcement made by Tata Group to Indian stock market exchanges.

1] Tata Steel Long Products Limited (‘TSLP-Transferor Company’) into and with its parent company, Tata Steel Limited (‘Transferee Company’);

2] The Tinplate Firm of India Limited (TCIL-Transferor Company) and Tata Steel Limited (TCIL-Transferee Company), the latter being the parent company.

3] Tata Metaliks Limited (‘TML-Transferor Company’) into and with its parent company, Tata Steel Limited (‘Transferee Company’);

4]Tata Steel Limited (the "Transferee Company") and TRF Limited (the "TRF-Transferor Company");

5] Tata Steel Limited, the parent firm of Indian Steel & Wire Products Limited (the "Transferee Company"), and jointly with it;

6] Tata Steel Mining Limited (‘TSML-Transferor Company’) into and with its parent company, Tata Steel Limited (‘Transferee Company’); and

7] S & T Mining Company Limited (‘S & T Mining-Transferor Company’) into and with its parent company, Tata Steel Limited (‘Transferee Company).