Global footprint

The Tata brand is making a mark in over 100 countries across the world with a slew of
outstanding products and services
North America

North America

The Tata engagement with North America has existed for over 60 years. Today it is one of the largest India-headquartered multinationals in the region, with 11 companies and more than 22,000 employees.

TCS recognised as one of the top three employers in North America im 2018

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South America

South America

This region started featuring on the Tata map when Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) started its first project in Brazil in the 1990s. Since then, business has expanded to several other countries across the continent with Rallis, Tata Communications, TCS and Tata International as the key players.

Tata Communications has invested in Seaborn Networks, which is laying a submarine network cable between the US and Brazil

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Europe

Europe

The group has a presence in almost every European country with its 19 companies spread across Europe. The largest engagement is in the UK, with operations in more than 40 locations across the country and a sizable workforce.

Jaguar Land Rover is the largest manufacturer of premium vehicles in Britain

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China

China

The Tata group's business association with China goes back to the latter half of the 19th century. Today, the relationship encompasses several joint ventures, manufacturing plants and offices across the country.

Tata Consultancy Services has a joint venture with Microsoft

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Mena

Mena

In the region for over four decades, the Tata group considers the MENA region, especially the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, as an important market for future expansion. Tata companies operating in the region include Jaguar Land Rover, Voltas, Tata Communications, Tata Consultancy Services and the Taj Group.

The MENA region is the fourth largest and a growing market for Jaguar Land Rover

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India

India

The Tata journey started 150 years ago as a trading firm in India. Since then it has bloomed into a global enterprise with companies operating businesses ranging from salt to software. The group has played a pioneering role in India’s nation building by establishing industries of national importance and by introducing path-breaking industrial practices.

Tata Consultancy Services is India’s first IT company to hit $100 billion m-cap

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South Asia

South Asia

This region is an important hub for the Tata group’s global business. Several Tata companies, including Indian Hotels, Tata Motors, Tata Global Beverages, Tata Power, and Tata Communications have established operations in countries such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces is one of Asia's largest and finest group of hotels

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Africa

Africa

Tata Africa Holdings has been spearheading the Tata group’s growing presence in the continent since 1994. With operations in South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, Nigeria, Malawi, Uganda, Ghana and the Ivory Coast, the group is committed to partnering in Africa’s growth.

Tata Chemicals Magadi is Africa's largest soda ash manufacturer and one of Kenya’s leading exporters

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South East Asia

South East Asia

Tata Precision Engineering was the first to establish operations in Singapore in the early 1970s. Other Tata companies followed suit and today, there are over 16 companies operating in the region. More group companies are exploring Singapore as a base to grow their international/ASEAN business by leveraging the strategic advantages of this location.

NatSteel in Singapore has one of the largest single cut-and-bend operations worldwide

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Australia

Australia

The Tata group has been operating in Australia and New Zealand for over 30 years. The key companies with business in this region include Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Global Beverages and Tata Communications.

Tata Consultancy Services enjoys leadership position in providing services to banking and finance, retail, travel and transport, insurance as well as energy and telecommunications sectors

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