The Tinplate Company of India Ltd

The Tinplate Company of India Ltd, one of the many undertakings of the celebrated Tata group, one of the leading industrial conglomerates in the Indian subcontinent.

Inspired by the ideology of the Swadeshi Movement, The Tinplate Company of India was established in the year 1922. The main aim behind setting up this plant lay in attempting to make the country self sufficient. The company is an associate of Tata Steel, the largest factory unit in Jamshedpur city.

Today the Tinplate Company of India is the country's leading producer of tin free and tin coated sheets in the country. The company dominates the nation's market with a stake hold of 35%-40%. In fact, The Tinplate Company of India has been a vanguard in the Indian market for more than 85 years. About 25% of the manufactured tin sheets and plates are exported to the markers in Europe, South East Asia and the Middle East where there is a huge demand for such products.

The headquarters of the Tinplate Company of India are sited in West Bengal's capital city, Kolkata. The company has 8 regional centers and an expandable distribution network with 15 different points where the inventory is loaded.

TCIL Works, located in Jamshedpur's Golmuri, contributes substantially to the Jamshedpur Economy and Business. The company is divided into two broad units that deal with the manufacture of (Double Cold Rolling) DCR Mill, Electrolytic Tinplate (ETP) or the Tin Free Steel (TFS) and Cold Rolling Mill (CRM) that are buttressed with state of the art technology that is at par with international standards.

Last Updated on 24/06/2013