Tata Steel Europe

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Tata Steel Europe (formerly Corus Group) is a steel-making company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is the second-largest steel-maker in Europe and is a subsidiary of Tata Steel of India, one of the ten largest steel producers in the world.

Corus Group was formed through the merger of Koninklijke Hoogovens and British Steel on 6 October 1999. It was once a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index but was acquired by Tata in 2007. On 27 September 2010 Corus announced it was changing its name to Tata Steel Europe and adopting the Tata corporate identity.


British Steel

British Steel Corporation was a large British steel producer, consisting of the assets of former private companies which had been nationalised on 28 July 1967 by the Labour Party government of Harold Wilson.

In 1971, British Steel sponsored Sir Chay Blyth in his record-making non-stop circumnavigation against the winds and currents, known as 'The Impossible Voyage'. In 1992, they sponsored the British Steel Challenge, the first of a series of 'wrong way' races for amateur crews.

The British Steel Act 1988 was passed by the Conservative government of Margaret Thatcher to privatise British Steel. This was achieved on 5 December 1988.

Koninklijke Hoogovens

Koninklijke Hoogovens was a Dutch steel producer founded in 1918. It was located in IJmuiden. This plant became part of the Anglo-Dutch Corus Group steel...
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