JAMSHEDPUR, India – A century old, Tata Steel Ltd.’s plant here not only is the leading supplier of high-quality steel to the country’s auto industry, it is rapidly expanding as it becomes modernized and automated. Strategically located near India’s best coking coal and iron ore mines, the facility has eight blast furnaces and 14,000 employees. “Our existing hot-rolling and cold-rolling mills have sufficient capacities to serve the steel demand of automotive customers until 2010-2011, but ...

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