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Tata Steel bags sixth International Trade Fair

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Mumbai, Sep 14 (UNI) Tata Steel adds a feather to its hat by bagging the First Prize at the sixth International Trade Fair in New Delhi.

Tata Steel received the award for the Design and Concept of its stall in the Indian National Category at the sixth International Trade Fair, a company release issued here today said.

The Fair and Conference on 'Minerals, Metals, Metallurgy and Materials' (MMMM 2006) is being organised by Indian Institute of Metals as part of its Diamond Jubilee Celebrations during September 11 to 14 in the Capital.

Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Dr Jairam Rameshwas was the Chief Guest on the occasion.

In the International Trade Fair, Tata Steel's stall was adjudged the best, alongwith SAIL, amongst ninety national companies participating in the Trade Fair. Thirty international companies also took part in the exhibition. List of participating companies included Baosteel, SAIL, Heavy Engineering Corporation Ltd, Hindustan Copper Ltd, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd, M N Dastur&Co Ltd, MECON and other such companies of national and international repute.

China was the partner country for the International Trade Fair this year.

In the award winning exhibition Tata Steel showcased its best coal mining practices, cutting edge technology used in iron ore mining, pioneering human resource practices, 78 years of industrial harmony and various other aspects of the company.

The various participating companies from countries all over the world exhibited latest technologies and know-how.

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