Tata Steel was established in India, as Asia’s first integrated private steel company in 1907.
The journey of Tata Steel's organizational excellence enables it to offer insights that are applicable across industry groups. We have developed our strengths in diverse areas such as Mining, Steel Manufacturing, Human Resource Management, and Industrial Relations, Productivity, and Continuous Improvement.
So, what makes Tata Steel Industrial Consulting services unique and different? TSIC is more than just consultancy – the vertical comprises practitioners and experienced subject matter experts who have delivered results in an organizational context. This allows us to leverage this practical experience and execute proven solution!
we deliver value to our clients by offering proven solutions
Leveraging of more than a century of knowledge and expertise
Deployment of the company’s extensive process expertise and customized technology solutions, garnered over years of experience in projects and operations in the Tata Steel plants, are spread across four verticals: Iron Making, Steel Making, Rolling Mills, Plant Infrastructure; Automation across Multiple Disciplines
With a long history of exploration and mining, we have developed an expertise in all aspects of mining – from exploration, resource evaluation to mine planning & scheduling and quality control and monitoring. Given the extreme competition for mining resources – it is extremely critical to make an accurate assessment of the exploration data and build a robust business proposal.
With more than 70 years of rich Experience working in the field of Industrial Engineering, Total Quality Management, Safety and Health with experience from various industries, sharing knowledge and best practices with our customers is our passion.
We aim at Ensuring your workforce builds the right capabilities for your current and future business needs. Consultancy services are now available to create an inspiring environment across the organization to enable synergy, promote innovation and motivate employees to achieve personal and organizational goals through various HR policies and practices.
We have vast range of programs in technical & managerial domain taking care of the manufacturing industry training requirements which aims at knowledge upgradation spanning.
As new skills emerge, organisations find it increasingly difficult to come up with new ways to move talent internally and discover new roles that suit the latest corporate needs.
These were just some of the innumerable relevant questions for which answers were provided by the panel of experts from the HR fraternity who graced HRKatha’s Automation.Nxt.
The illuminating second session of the Automation.Nxt Conference witnessed a confluence of diverse views about the winnability, conflicts, trends, and obstacles in the CIO-CHRO relationship