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Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Limited (TCL) (BSE: 500770) is an Indian global company with interests in chemicals, crop nutrition and consumer products headquartered in Mumbai, India.[2] The company is one of the largest chemical companies in India with significant operations in India and Africa.[3] Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
is a subsidiary of Tata Group conglomerate.[4] Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
has been ranked 1st in 2017 Responsible Business Rankings [1] developed by IIM Udaipur.

Contents

1 Plant locations 2 Research and Development Center 3 Product range 4 References 5 External links

Plant locations[edit]

Mithapur
Mithapur
(Gujarat) Tuticorin
Tuticorin
(Tamil Nadu) Babrala (UP) Nanded
Nanded
(Maharashtra) Haldia
Haldia
(West Bengal) Northwich, Cheshire
Cheshire
(United Kingdom) East Hanover, New Jersey
East Hanover, New Jersey
(United States) Green River, Wyoming
Green River, Wyoming
(United States) Magadi (Kenya)[5]

Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
has the second largest soda ash production capacity plant in India. This was the second soda ash plant built in India by Shri Kapilram Vakil (Grandson of late Indian justice Mr.Nanabhai Haridas) that started operating in the year 1944.[6] The township Mithapur, derives its name from "Mitha" which means salt in Gujarati language. Since 2006 Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
has owned Brunner Mond, a United Kingdom-based chemical company with operations in Magadi (Kenya) and General Chemicals, in United States of America. On 27 March 2008, Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Ltd acquired 100 per cent[7] stake in US-based General Chemical
Chemical
Industrial Products Inc (GCIP) for US$1.05 billion to become the world’s second largest maker of soda ash.[8] With all these acquisitions, combined capacity of production has increased to around 5.17 million tons of soda ash. In April 2010, Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
acquired 25% stake in ammonia-urea fertilizer complex in Gabon for US$290 million.[3] The first phase of the plant will have a full operational capacity of 2.2 billion tons of ammonia and 3.85 billion tons of urea per day.[3] Recently, Tata Chemicals sold its urea business to Pune-based Yara India, part of the Norwegian chemical company,Yara International. Research and Development Center[edit] The Research and Development Center Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Innovation Center located at Pune, Maharashtra
Maharashtra
started operations in 2004. The team of scientists is working in the following areas: Advanced Materials, Green Chemistry, Biochemicals, Metabolites, and Nutraceuticals. Product range[edit]

Chemicals - Soda ash, Sodium Bicarbonate, Caustic soda, Chlorine, Liquid Bromine, Gypsum, Phosphoric acid and Sulphuric acids. Fertilisers - Tata Paras-Urea, Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP), Di-ammonium phosphate (DAP), NPK complexes and single super phosphate (SSP) Consumer products - Salt: Tata Salt, Tata Salt Lite, Tata Salt Plus (DFS), Tata Salt Rock Salt, Tata Salt Black Salt, Tata Salt Flavoritz; Tata Crystal Salt, I-Shakti Salt, (Khada namak); I-Shakti cooking soda, Tata Sampann Pulses, Tata Sampann Besan, Tata Sampann Spices [Masale (CTC & Blends)] Biofuels - Bioethanol, Biodiesel Fresh produce - Khet-Se Cement - Tata Shudh Pulses - Tata I-shakti dals Water purifier - Tata swach

References[edit]

^ BSE 2009-2010 Data ^ Br Natarajan. "BITS Pilani and Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Join Hands for HRD". Indiaprwire.com. Retrieved 16 July 2010.  ^ a b c "TCL buys 25% stake in urea complex in Africa for $290 mn". 11 April 2010.  ^ " Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Ltd. (878472): Company Description - BusinessWeek". Investing.businessweek.com. 24 May 2010. Retrieved 16 July 2010.  ^ "Contact us". Tata Chemicals. 30 November 2008. Retrieved 16 July 2010.  ^ "Chemicals with a capital sea". Tata.in. 1 April 2004. Retrieved 4 June 2016.  ^ "Tatas acquire General Chemical
Chemical
of US for $1 b". The Hindu Business Line. 1 February 2008. Retrieved 16 July 2010.  ^ (PDF) http://www.superbrandsindia.com/images/superbrands_book_2008/TATA%20CHEMICALS.pdf. Retrieved 20 May 2009.  Missing or empty title= (help)[dead link]

External links[edit]

Official website

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Divisions and subsidiaries

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Ginger Taj Hotels Palaces Resorts Safaris TajAir

Tata Advanced Systems Tata Business Support Services Tata Chemicals

British Salt Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Europe Tata Chemicals
Tata Chemicals
Magadi

Tata Communications

VSNL International Canada

Tata Consultancy Services

CMC Tata Research Development and Design Centre

Tata Elxsi Tata Global Beverages

Eight O'Clock Coffee Good Earth Tea Tata Coffee Tetley

Tata Housing Development Company Tata Interactive Systems Tata Investment Corp Tata Motors

Jaguar Land Rover Tata Daewoo Tata Hispano

Tata Power

Tata Power
Tata Power
Solar Tata Power
Tata Power
SED

Tata Steel

Tata Steel
Tata Steel
Europe Tayo Rolls

Tata Technologies Tata Teleservices Titan Industries

Tanishq

Trent

Star Bazaar Westside

Voltas

Joint ventures

AirAsia India
AirAsia India
(41%) Tata AIA (74%) TATA AIG (74%) Tata McGraw-Hill Vistara
Vistara
(51%) Tata Sky (80%) Tata Starbucks
Tata Starbucks
(50%) Tata DoCoMo (74%) Virgin Mobile India (74%) Telcon Construction Solutions
Telcon Construction Solutions
(40%)

Shareholdings

Piaggio Aero
Piaggio Aero
(33.3%)

People

Jamsetji Tata Ratanji Dadabhoy R Gopalakrishnan Dorabji Tata Nowroji Saklatwala J. R. D. Tata Ratan Tata Pallonji Mistry Surya Kant Cyrus Pallonji Mistry Jamshed Jiji Irani Noel Tata R. K. Krishna Kumar N Chandrasekaran

Other

Bombay House Tata Centre Tata-Dhan Academy Tata family Tata Football Academy Tata Management Training Centre Tata Sons TCS Amsterdam Marathon TCS NYC Marath

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