Tata Steel Innoventure Program
Austmine and Tata Steel (India) are implementing the Innoventure program in Australia, Tata Steel’s flagship METS engagement program.
Innoventure allows Australian solution providers to access the Indian mining market and collaborate with a $23B global steel manufacturing company. This partnership will see Australian METS start-ups and SMEs engage with Tata Steel and access opportunities to add innovation and advanced technologies to their value chain. Austmine will support the Innoventure Program by connecting innovative METS solutions to Tata Steel’s operations across India.
For more information about how Innoventure works, view our Program Launch Webinar recording.
Tata Steel is an Indian multinational steel-making company that is headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It is a subsidiary of the global Tata Group. Currently, it is the world’s second-most geographically diversified steel producer with fully integrated operations – from mining to the manufacturing and marketing of finished products.
To meet business excellence objectives, Tata Steel collieries are constantly endeavouring to improve mine productivity, reduce ash content, improve washery yield and make the operations safe and environment friendly.
If you have any questions regarding this program, partnership or current supply opportunities please contact Austmine’s Director International Business Robert Trzebski.
Tata Steel has captive coal mines at Jharia & West Bokaro, in the state of Jharkhand. The West Bokaro Colliery is an open-pit coal mine and supplies steel grade coal to an integrated steel plant at Jamshedpur in Jharkhand and Kalinganagar in Odisha. Tata Steel owns a ferro alloys plant at Joda in Oshida, which sources iron and manganese from their fully mechanised Joda East Iron Mine.
Tata Steel is currently seeking solutions to 2 challenges at the West Bokaro mine:
Upgrade to Battery Operated / Renewal Energy Based HEMMs
Detection and Separation of Foreign Objects in Coal
Tata Steel is also currently seeking solutions to 1 challenge at the Joda mine:
Beneficiation of Low-Grade Ferro Oxide Manganese Ores