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Tata Steel Ltd.
 
BSE Code 500470
ISIN Demat INE081A01012
Book Value(Rs.) 597.92
NSE Code TATASTEEL
Dividend Yield % 4.60
Market Cap(Rs. in millions) 425174.57
P/E 4.36
EPS 81.01
Face Value(Rs.) 10  
Year End: March 2016
 

MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS 2015-16

I. Overview

The following operating and financial review is intended to convey the Management's perspective on the financial and operating performance of the Company at the end of Financial Year 2015-16. This report should be read in conjunction with the Company's financial statements, the schedules and notes thereto and the other information included elsewhere in the Integrated Report. The Company's financial statements have been brpared in compliance with the requirements of the Companies Act, 2013, the guidelines issued by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in India.

This report is an integral part of the Directors' Report. Aspects on industry structure and developments, opportunities and threats, outlook, risks and concerns, internal control systems and their adequacy, material developments in human resources and industrial relations have been covered in the Directors' Report. Your attention is also drawn to sections titled Risks & Opportunities, Human Capital, Strategy and Resource Allocation forming part of the Integrated Report. These sections give significant details on aspects mentioned above.

II. Tata Steel Group Operations

1. TATA STEEL INDIA

a) Steel Division - Jamshedpur

(i) Operational Performance

During the year, the Company faced significant brssure from Chinese imports. We tried to optimise the production and plant yield through efficient use of resources. The saleable steel production stood at 9.7 million tonnes, as against 9.07 million tonnes in the brvious year, an increase of 6.9%.

We implemented best practices in Blast Furnace operations that provided benefits for sustainable improvement. The hot metal production increased by 4.8% over the brvious year.

Some of the key factors that resulted in stable performance were consistent supply of desired quality of raw materials from captive mines, low priced and low ash imported coking coal, stable plant operations leading to better plant yield and consistent supply of energy and utilities. Some of the key operational improvements during Financial Year 2015-16 were reduction in the fuel rate at blast furnaces, better solid waste utilisation at sinter plants, hot metal and scrap yield, consumption of lime and ferro alloys at steel making, logistics and energy efficiency.

ii) Sales Performance

The operations were well supported by the marketing and sales department. During difficult times (steel dumping from China), the marketing and sales teams focused on selling high-end, value products forming a part of the branded and automotive segment, thereby ensuring that realisations were better than the market.

Key Marketing and Sales Initiatives

The key highlights and initiatives undertaken during the year are as below:

1. Automotive and Special Products

Despite marginal growth in the automotive segment, the Company achieved its best ever sales of 1.43 million tonnes, an increase of about 5% over the brvious year. This was achieved through various initiatives such as coverage of 7 vehicle models across 3 Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) through Value Analysis & Value Engineering (VAVE) programmes, the development and commercialisation of Cold Roll 590 and the formation of Jamshedpur Continuous Annealing and Processing Company (JCAPCPL). The Company's initiatives have been acknowledged and recognised by customers by way of awards - 'Zero PPM Award by Toyota', 'Overall Excellence Award by Maruti', and 'Overall Performance Award by Tata Motors'.

2. Branded Products, Retail and Solutions

Sales of branded products increased by around 7% compared to the brvious year. The Company achieved its highest ever B2C sales of 1.57 million tonnes, including sales of branded products - Tata Tiscon and Tata Shaktee. In the Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) segment, the sales of Hot Roll brand Tata Astrum crossed a million tonnes. Tata Steelium, which serves Cold Roll customers in the SME segment also grew by 8% and recorded its highest ever sales of around 0.6 million tonnes.

3. Industrial Products, Projects and Exports

Continued efforts to increase the Company's value added sales in the Industrial Products vertical were made. This resulted in recording the highest sales in the Liquid Petroleum Gas Cylinder segment. This segment grew by approximately 60% (with a market share of 44%) compared to the brvious year. The Company also recorded its initial volumes of approximately 28,000 tonnes in the new segments such as API Pipes (American Petroleum Institute), Lifting & Excavation and Construction & Infrastructure, in brparation of steel from the Kalinganagar steel plant.

In order to move up the value chain and command a brmium, the Company continues to focus on the Branded Products, Retail & Solutions. Being the first Company in India to de-commoditise steel and venture into steel branding, we have steadily increased our share of branded products in the Company's overall turnover year-on-year (yoy).

a) Steel Division - Kalinganagar

A state-of-the-art integrated steel plant is being established at Kalinganagar (KLNR) in two modules of 3 million tonnes per annum. The process route for the plant is Basic Oxygen Furnace, Continuous Caster, Hot Strip Mill/Cold Rolling Mill and the product mix would be Hot Rolled Coil, Cold Rolled Closed Annealed Coil and Galvanized Coil.

In the first phase the following facilities are under installation and stabilisation: 3.3 million tonnes per annum capacity of Blast Furnace, two coke ovens - stamp-charged gas recovery type batteries of 1.5 million tonnes per annum of gross coke, Sinter Plant with gross production capacity of 5.75 million tonnes per annum, Steel Melting Shop (SMS) two vessels with a twin strand slab caster and the Hot Strip Mill (HSM) having two roughing mills along with seven strand finishing mill.

The first phase of the project will cover various grades of hot-rolled products of different thicknesses. The finished product of Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) of 1800 mm width with tensile strength of 800 MPa (mega pascal) from the facility will address to a great extent the future requirements of auto manufacturers for light weight, higher strength steels while offering much better fuel efficiency.

Few of the highlights of the Plant are as follows:

• Largest operating LD converter in India with 310 tonnes.

• 100% by-product gas-based power generation leading to reduction in carbon footprint.

• Significant reduction of noise and dust pollution during production and Zero-effluent discharge.

• Large operating blast furnaces (4330 m3).

• Twin wagon tipplers for achieving faster turnaround time.

• Designed to have minimal water footprint.

New technologies like Granshot Systems have also been introduced to granulate hot metal in an eco-friendly manner while balancing hot metal production and consumption mismatch. Similarly, Composition Adjustment System with Oxygen Blowing has been introduced in the steelmaking for improved steelmaking. The plant is provided with Waste Recycling Plant and Central Effluent Treatment Plant to conserve natural resources.

The Company has developed a combrhensive rehabilitation and resettlement package for the relocated families. Details of this can be found in the Social Capital section of this Integrated Report.

b) Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division

The Company's Ferro Alloys & Minerals Division (FAMD) is the market leader in Ferro Chrome in India and is amongst the top six chrome alloy producers in the world, with operations spanning across two continents. It is also the leading Manganese Alloy producer in India.

During the year, the Government of Odisha permitted conversion of ferro chrome through external business partners. This led to increase in operations at FAMD.

FAMD achieved a production of 740 KMT against 315 KMT in the brvious year. Operations in the brvious year were severely affected due to closure of mines for a significant part of the year.

The Company's Sukinda Chromite Mine was awarded the "Sustainable Development Framework Award" by the Ministry of Mines, Government of India and Indian Bureau of Mines. This is the first mine in India to have won such an award.

c) Tubes Division

The Tubes SBU today is the largest manufacturer of a variety of steel tubes in India. The tubes main works is situated at Jamshedpur and its three main lines of business are commercial tubes for the conveyance segments (Tata Pipes), structural tubes for the construction segment (Tata Structura) and brcision tubes for the auto, boiler and engineering segments.

During Financial Year 2015-16, the division focused on new business areas like services and solutions, br-fabricated steel, general engineering and fire resistant, etc., which led to steady growth of 4% despite falling steel prices. The Division has also undertaken measures to rationalise its operating parameters such as yield improvements in mills, engaging with external business partners to contain the production cost.

Significant operational highlights of the Division were:

• Completed 564 days without Loss Time Injuries (LTI).

• Tata Structura achieved highest-ever annual sales of 1,98,175 metric tonnes (Previous best 1,75,591 metric tonnes) registering a growth of 13% over Financial Year 2014-15.

• Two innovative products were launched at the 10th Anniversary celebration of Tata Structura Brand.

• High strength variant of 355 MPA steel hollow sections called Tata Structura 355, which has enhanced yield strength enabling additional weight saving of 10-15% to customers.

• Tata Structura added an additional variant with "Fire-resistance properties"

d) Bearings Division

The Company's Bearings Division is one of India's largest quality bearing manufacturers, with an annual production capacity of 37 million bearing numbers. It is the only bearings manufacturer in India to win the TPM Award (2004) from Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance, Tokyo. The Company is foremost in the manufacturing of a wide variety of bearings and auto assemblies and the product range includes Bearings & Auto Assemblies Components, Ball Bearings, Tapered Roller Bearings, Magneto Bearings, Clutch Release Assemblies, Fan Support Assemblies and Cylindrical Roller Bearings.

The division recorded a sales growth of 6% y-o-y mainly due to increased off-take by auto OEM customers. The Division has also improved plant efficiency by de-bottlenecking and leveraging its existing resources for sustainable operations.

The Division continues to maintain its position as a brferred supplier amongst its key customers and was recognized through number of awards and accolades - Quality Gold Award from Bajaj Auto for quality, cost and delivery besides consistent 'Zero PPM' certificates from various other keys customers.

2. TATA STEEL EUROPE

Tata Steel Europe (TSE) produces carbon steel by the basic oxygen steelmaking method at two integrated steelworks in the UK (Port Talbot and Scunthorpe), and in the Netherlands (IJmuiden). Speciality steel and bar products are produced in the UK at Rotherham using the electric arc furnace method. During the year, TSE produced 14.5 million tonnes of steel products (15.2 million tonnes in the brvious year). The production decline of 4% was mainly due to the restructuring measures implemented in the UK i.e. to reduce production levels, rationalise costs and focus on businesses with higher margins.

TSE has been adversely affected by the cyclical nature of the steel industry, general economic conditions and increased competition within the Europe and around the world. In 2015, Europe became a net importer of steel for the first time since 2008. The net import was 4 metric tonnes in 2015, with imports of 38 metric tonnes exceeding exports of 34 metric tonnes. Exports from China were at a record high at 112 metric tonnes.

Following the financial crisis of 2008, the global steel demand, particularly in developed markets like Europe remained muted. The recent deterioration of the trading conditions in UK and Europe due to structural factors including global oversupply of steel, increasing third country exports into Europe, continued weakness in steel demand in the domestic market, volatile currency and high manufacturing cost which is forecasted to continue in future, led to review of the European Operations. An independent, internationally reputed consultant was appointed to submit the restructuring plan. The Board of Tata Steel Limited, at its meeting held on March 29, 2016 reviewed and advised the Board of TSE to explore all options for a portfolio restructuring of its European business including the potential divestment of its subsidiary Tata Steel UK Limited (TSUK), in whole or in parts, in a time bound manner.

The current general economic conditions in Europe coupled with the continued under performance triggered a year-end impairment assessment in TSE for the purposes of its March 31, 2016 year end reporting. Accordingly, a non-cash impairment charge of Rs.8,171 crore has been recognised in TSE primarily relating to TSUK.

Further during the year, a formal consultation has been completed with the employees with respect to changes in the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) and triennial valuation resulting in a net gain of £872 mn (Rs.8,589 crore). In relation to the Stichting Pensioenfonds Hoogovens (SPH) scheme, an agreement has been entered into between Tata Steel Nederland BV and the SPH Board that allows the scheme to be classified as a defined contribution scheme rather than defined benefit scheme resulting in a net gain of £113 mn (Rs.1,113 crore).

TSE's revenue of Rs. 67,402 crore for Financial Year 2015-16 was 16% lower than the brvious year. The average revenue per tonne declined by 14% in comparison to the brvious year due to weak market conditions. TSE's loss before tax for Financial Year 2015-16 widened over the brvious year primarily due to decline in operating profits.

The main operational issues during Financial Year 2015-16 included the following:

• Port Talbot - In August 2015, TSE announced restructuring plans to concentrate UK production of hot rolled coil at its Hot Strip Mill in Port Talbot and until market conditions become more favourable, mothball some of its coil processing facilities, including the sibling hot strip mill at Llanwern, Newport. Liquid steel production in Financial Year 2015-16 at 4 million tonnes was 0.6 million tonnes lower than the brvious year due to the impact of the above restructuring. Performance in Financial Year 2015-16 included improved downstream performance in the Port Talbot Hot Mill following the replacement of the rougher in 2015 and efficiency improvements in the heavy end operations which contributed to record performance levels in the liquid phase.

• Scunthorpe - In October 2015, TSE announced restructuring plans to stop production of steel plate in its Long Products business. Plate mills in Scunthorpe, Dalzell and Clydebridge were mothballed while one of the two coke ovens at the Scunthorpe steelworks was closed. Liquid steel production in Financial Year 2015-16 at 2.97 million tonnes remained broadly unchanged from the brvious year.

• IJmuiden (Strip MLE) - Liquid steel production in Financial Year 2015-16 at 7.14 million tonnes was 0.14 million tonnes higher than the brvious year. At 5.27 million tonnes, the Hot Strip Mill achieved its best ever output, improving the record of last year (5.22 million tonnes). The Direct Sheet Plant produced its best ever output of 1.33 million tonnes, improving its record of last year (1.21 million tonnes). The Hot Dip Galvanized 1 line set a new yearly production record of 0.40 million tonnes, marginally higher than the brvious year.

During the year, TSE registered many customer successes in the form of awards and recognitions such as winning two of the seven Steelie awards during a ceremony at the 49th World Steel Conference in Chicago for Excellence in Life, Cycle Assessment and Excellence in Education and Training.

3. NATSTEEL HOLDINGS (NSH)

The turnover and profit/loss figures of NatSteel Holdings (NSH) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

During Financial Year 2015-16, NSH recorded total deliveries of 1.55 million tonnes as against 2.46 million tonnes in the brvious year. The lower deliveries were attributable to lower production as NSH mothballed its operations in China from the second half of Financial Year 2015-16. The continuous influx of cheap imported bars from China and fierce competition had caused domestic bar price to be amongst one of the lowest in the Asian region. The loss in NSH's operations decreased owing to decline in input prices and various other cost saving initiatives at its Singapore operations. Further, mothballing of Xiamen operations had also saved cost and reduced losses.

During the year, NSH's Vietnam and Malaysian operations achieved all-time high sales of downstream at 28k tonnes. It has now become a key market for NSH. Also, NSH entered into a joint venture and installed a Cut and Bend Bar plant of 100k tonnes capacity in Hong Kong.

NSH Singapore received "2015 World Steel Safety and Health Excellence Recognition" award acknowledging the efforts put into the "Total Workplace Safety and Health" programme.

4. TATA STEEL THAILAND

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata Steel Thailand (TSTH) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

Thailand recorded a growth of 2.8% as against 0.9% the brvious year. Increased allocation towards infrastructure projects by the Government and other various incentives from the Board of Investment provided the much needed boost for non-durable consumption and increased customer confidence.

Developments in second half of Financial Year 2015-16, created an unexpected upswing in the iron ore and scrap prices resulting in market volatility with very frequent price changes of products. TSTH sales volume stood at 1,145k tonnes, an increase of 2% over the brvious year. The uptick was on account of increased demand from the Infrastructure segment and neighbouring countries. The turnover witnessed a decline by 22% primarily due to fall in commodity prices and availability of cheap Chinese imports. However, the increased profits can be attributed to TSTH's continued focus towards better operational and commercial excellence. The production declined by 193k tonnes as low priced imported billets were available in the market. In addition, to address volatility in the market place, TSTH stayed focused on reduction in conversion cost, fixed cost and optimising its working capital, finishing the year better than planned, in these areas. TSTH reduced its long-term debt by 865 million Baht.

During the year the NTS Plant of TSTH won the Prime Minister's Industrial Award in Quality Management and SCSC of TSTH received the "Green Mining Award 2015" from the Department of Primary Industries and Mines.

5. TATA METALIKS LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata Metaliks Limited (TML) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows

TML is one of the leading manufacturers of foundry grade Pig Iron in India with a capacity of 4,00,000 tonnes per annum at its plant at Kharagpur in West Bengal. Tata Metaliks DI Pipes Limited (TMDIPL), also located at Kharagpur, engaged in the manufacturing of Ductile Iron Pipes with a capacity of 1,28,000 tonnes per annum, is a 100% subsidiary of TML.

During the year, TML has surpassed its brvious best hot metal production at 4,33,000 tonnes with continuous improvement in coke rate and sinter production, which are also the best ever. The production and sale of ductile iron pipes increased by 20% and 18% respectively as compared to the brvious year. The annual profits of the current year are higher than that of the brvious year primarily due to lower input cost, owing to favourable usage and lower cost of raw materials - coke and iron ore. TML has achieved its best ever annual profit consecutively for two years in a row due to the significant improvements in its operating parameters.

TML is striving for long-term sustainability through cost reduction projects like the 1,20,000 tonnes per annum coke oven plant on BOOT (Built, Operate, Own, Transfer) along with a 10 MW waste heat recovery captive power plant and growth projects like increasing blast furnace volume from 225 m3 to 305 m3 and enhancing DI pipe plant capacity to 1,80,000 tonnes per annum.

6. THE TINPLATE COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of The Tinplate Company of India Limited (TCIL) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

TCIL is the largest indigenous producer of tin-coated and tin-free steel used for metal packaging. TCIL has also been 'value-adding' its products by way of providing printing and lacquering facility to reach closer to food processors / fillers. TCIL brsently has two Cold Rolling Mills and two electrolytic tinning lines. The installed production capacity of tinplate and tin-free steel is around 3,80,000 tonnes per annum.

During the year, the overall production from the two cold rolling mills was at 3,23,000 tonnes, marginally lower than the brvious year (3,27,000 tonnes). The tinning lines production at 3,14,000 tonnes during the current year was 2% lower than the brvious year (3,19,000 tonnes). The production performance was affected by lower equipment uptime. The turnover for Financial Year 2015-16 was affected by lower export volumes due to sharp decline in international prices, partly offset by higher domestic volumes. The annual profit of current year is higher as compared to brvious year primarily due to lower input raw material cost (decline in prices of hot rolled coils) and tin cost in view of drop in commodity prices.

7. TATA STEEL PROCESSING AND DISTRIBUTION LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Limited (TSPDL) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

TSPDL is the largest steel service centre in India with a steel processing capacity of around 1.80 metric tonnes per annum. It has 10 steel processing units, several distribution locations and a host of partners like external processing agencies.

TSPDL has sustained its strong growth path with its commitment to quality processing, innovation and focus on value added services to its customers. TSPDL has an advanced state-of-the-art Plate processing and Fabrication centre in Tada at Andhra Pradesh. It aims to cater the specialised demand from various emerging engineering segments of the industry such as Lifting & Excavating, Power Equipment, Wind Energy, Ship Building, Mining Machinery, Material Handling Equipment, Boiler & Steam generating plant, and so on. The service centre is equipped with high end machines for Cutting, Bending, Welding, Shot Blasting, Machining and Painting.

During the year the turnover was lower than brvious year due to lower realisation from the distribution business.

8. TM INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of TM International Logistics Limited (TMILL) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

TMILL and its subsidiaries offer logistic services spanning port-based services, shipping, freight forwarding, warehousing and marine services.

During Financial Year 2015-16, TMILL handled all-time record volumes of 1.35 million tonnes. The slowdown in the Global Shipping Market posed a tremendous challenge to the Shipping and Freight Forwarding (FF) divisions and that resulted in a 33% lower turnover in the current Financial Year compared to the brvious year. The Company has managed to maintain the profit by restricting exposure in Shipping and FF businesses. The Company has been engaged in cost-control and cost reduction measures.

TMILL has undertaken various growth projects and initiatives like Special Freight Train Operation (SFTO) with wagons taken on lease, to carry Tata Steel's steel cargo. TMILL will also invest in the newly designed wagons for this operation, once the commercial manufacturing starts.

9. TATA BLUESCOPE STEEL LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata BlueScope Steel Limited (TBSSL) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

TBSSL is a 50:50 joint venture between Tata Steel and BlueScope Steel. TBSSL operates in the SAARC region in the fields of coated steel, steel building solutions and related building products. TBSSL has a state-of-the-art coated steel manufacturing plant at Jamshedpur with a metal coating capacity of 2,50,000 tonnes per annum and a paint line capacity of 1,50,000 tonnes per annum. It manufactures and supplies 55% Al-Zn Alloy coated ZINCALUME® steel and br-painted COLORBOND® steel for the building and construction industry.

During the Financial Year, TBSSL achieved its highest ever profit driven by improved volumes and better margins on account of reduction in input steel cost.

10. TATA SPONGE IRON LIMITED

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata Sponge Iron Limited (TSIL) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

TSIL is a manufacturer of sponge iron with 3.9 lakh tonnes per annum and generates 26 MW of power as a byproduct.

During the financial year, TSIL reported lower turnover due to lower realisation owing to unbrcedented (32%) drop in annual average price. The drop in iron ore prices has been lower than that of sponge iron, thereby impacting the industry profitability. The announcement of Minimum Import Price is likely to improve the demand for sponge iron.

11. TATA NYK SHIPPING PTE LTD.

The turnover and profit/loss figures of Tata NYK Shipping Pte Limited (TNYK) for Financial Year 2015-16 are as follows:

Tata NYK Shipping Pte Ltd., a 50:50 joint venture between Tata Steel and NYK Line, a Japanese shipping major was incorporated to cater to the growing sea-borne trade for the Tata Group and the Indian markets. TNYK currently has a total fleet of 18 vessels comprising six Supramaxes (four owned and two bareboat charters), five Panamaxes (one owned) and seven Capes.

Currently, the dry bulk industry is passing through a downturn caused by reduction in global growth, fall in oil and other commodity prices which led to continuous oversupply of vessels. Accordingly, during the year, turnover of TNYK marginally declined, while the loss has reduced over the brvious year due to lower operating cost and decrease in charter hire charges.

TNYK has completed re-certification in audits for ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 under Quality Management System. TNYK also maintains world-class safety standards in ship operations and asset brservation by obtaining zero deficiencies from Worldwide Port State Control & Regulatory Authorities for all of its owned vessels.

III. Financial Performance

During the Financial Year 2015-16, the Company recorded a profit after tax of Rs.4,901 crore as compared to Rs.6,439 crore in Financial Year 2014-15. The decline is primarily due to lower realisations owing to availability of cheaper steel imports. For the year, there was also an exceptional loss of Rs.1,583 crore (Profit of Rs.1,891 crore during the brvious year). The basic and diluted earnings per share were at Rs. 48.67 (brvious year: Rs. 64.49).

Overall turnover was lower during the Financial Year 2015-16 as compared to the brvious year. The volume increased by 9%as compared to last year, which was offset by lower realisations attributable to adverse market conditions and cheap Chinese imports. FAMD registered higher volumes, as the brvious year was impacted by closure of mines and change in mines lease policy by the Government of Odisha.

IV. Statutory Compliance

The Managing Director and the Group Executive Director (Finance & Corporate) make a declaration at each Board Meeting regarding compliance with provisions of various statutes after obtaining confirmation from respective units of the Company. The Company Secretary ensures compliance with all corporate laws and listing rules applicable to the Company.

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