Tata Steel To Amalgamate Seven Companies with Itself
IANS 23 September 2022
Steel major Tata Steel Ltd will amalgamate seven group companies with itself, the company said.
 
In a regulatory filing, Tata Steel said its board of directors at a meeting held on Friday has approved the seven schemes of amalgamation:
 
1. Tata Steel Long Products Limited
 
2. The Tinplate Company of India Limited
 
3. Tata Metaliks Limited
 
4. TRF Limited
 
5. The Indian Steel & Wire Products Limited
 
6. Tata Steel Mining Limited and
 
7. S & T Mining Company Limited
 
According to Tata Steel, each scheme is subject to regulatory approvals.
 
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