Tata Group: History, Companies, Worth, Market Capitalisation

We will present you all the details about Tata Group, companies of Tata Group, History of Tata Group, Worth of Tata Group, and Market Capitalisation of Tata group.

We will present you all the details about Tata Group, companies of Tata Group, History of Tata Group, Worth of Tata Group, and Market Capitalisation of Tata group.

The Tata Group is a privately-owned conglomerate of nearly 100 companies encompassing several primary business sectors like chemicals, consumer products, energy, engineering, information systems, materials and services. Its headquarter is in Mumbai. Now we will tell you about this group’s history, the companies it owns and its market capitalisation.

1. History

The Tata group was founded as a private trading firm in 1868 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata. In 1902, the group incorporated the Indian hotels’ company to commission the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, the first luxury hotel in India. After Jamsetji’s death, his son Dorab Tata took over as the chair of the Tata Group. His leadership led to a vast array of new industries, including steel (1907), electricity (1910), education (1911), consumer goods (1917), and aviation (1932). After Dorab Tata’s death, Ratanji Tata took over the position. In 1945, Tata Group established the Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (TELCO) to manufacture engineering and locomotive products and was renamed Tata Motors in 2003. In 1991, Ratan Tata, the nephew of Ratanji Tata, became the chairman of the Tata Group. In 2004, this group purchased the truck-manufacturing operations of South Korea’s Daewoo Motors. In 2007, Tata Steel became the biggest corporate takeover by an Indian company when it acquired the giant Anglo-Dutch steel manufacture Corus Group. In 2008, the company purchased the elite British brand Jaguar and Land Rover from the Ford Motor Company. After Ratan Tata’s retirement, Cyrus Mistry succeeded this company. Ratan’s second stint as chairman ended in January 2017 when Natarajan Chandrasekaran was appointed as the chairman of this company.

2. Companies of Tata Group

a) Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited

This company is an IT services, consulting and business solutions organization that has been partnering with many of the world’s largest businesses in their transformation journeys for over 50 years. It provides a consulting-led, cognitive powered, integrated portfolio of business, technology and engineering services and solutions. It has 4,43,000 of the world’s best-trained consultants in 46 countries. The company’s market capitalisation is Rs 12.31 lakh crores along with a revenue of 22 billion US Dollars. Its Bombay Stock Exchange price is Rs 3,276.35 crores. Their national stock exchange price is Rs 3,276.35 crores.

b) Tata Steel Limited

This company is a leading global steel company with an annual steel production capacity of 33MnTPA. Today it is one of the worlds most geographically diverse steel producers with operations and commercial presence across the world. It focuses on innovation, technology, sustainability & people, the company strives to be the global steel industry benchmark for value creation and corporate citizenship and become the most admired brand in the metals and minerals space. Its market capitalisation is Rs 1.40 lakh crores. The company has a revenue of Rs 70,611 crores.

c) Tata Motors Limited

This company is a 35 billion US Dollars organisation. It is a reading global automobile manufacturing company. Its diverse portfolio includes an extensive range of cars, sports utility vehicles, trucks, buses and defence vehicles. Tata Motors is one of India’s largest OEMs offering an extensive range of integrated, smart and e-mobility solutions. The market capitalisation of this company is Rs 1.27 lakh crores. Their Bombay Stock Exchange price is Rs 356 crores along with the National Stock exchange price of Rs 355.95 crores.

d) Tata Chemicals Limited

This company has successfully evolved over the years, starting from industrial salt and soda ash to a range of science-based products that improve the quality of life of our customers. This company includes India’s most popular salt brand Tata Salt and India’s first national dal brand Tata Sampann. Its chemistry product range includes soda ash, sodium bicarbonate and other key ingredients to some of the world’s largest manufacturers of glass, detergents and other industrial products. the market capitalisation of this company is Rs 18.79 lakh crores. Its Bombay Stock exchange price is Rs 738.15 crores along with the National Stock Exchange price of Rs 738.3 crores.

e) Tata Power Limited

This company is one of India’s largest integrated power companies, present across the entire power value chain of conventional & renewable energy, power services and next-generation customer solutions including solar rooftop, EV charging stations and home automation. The market capitalisation of this company is Rs 39.49 lakh crores. Its Bombay Stock Exchange Price is Rs 123.45 crores. Its National Stock Exchange price is Rs 123.4 crores.

f) Tata  Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL)

This company has a portfolio of 170 hotels, including 25 under development, in over 80 locations in 12 countries spread across four continents. It is amongst South Asia’s largest hospitality companies by market capitalisation of Rs 15.93 lakh crores and represents a global hallmark of quality hospitality. The Bombay Stock exchange price is Rs 134.05 crores. Its National Stock exchange price is Rs 134.05 crores.

 

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