Government-imposed taxes on steel exports resulted in a two percent decline in overall deliveries year over year for Tata Steel India.
Provisional production and delivery numbers for Q1FY23 were released by Tata Steel. Deliveries to both domestic and foreign destinations fell by 2 percent to 4.06 million tonnes (mt), despite an increase in local production of 6% to 4.92 million tonnes (mt).
The company attributed the reduction to a slowdown in shipments following the imposition of a 15 percent export tariff.
The market predicted that the export charge, which went into effect on May 22 and will affect 95% of the nation’s finished steel export basket, would lead to decreased deliveries by steel mills.
Compared to the previous quarter, Tata Steel’s deliveries were down 20.70 percent. Domestic dispatches, according to the company, were up 5% YoY as a result of a strong marketing network and a flexible business approach.
Tata Steel claims that due to a widespread improvement in all sub-segments, supplies to the automotive and special products segment climbed by 22 percent YoY.
Deliveries for branded items and the retail category were basically comparable. Dispatches to the industrial products & projects category rose by 8% YoY on the back of an increase in sales of value-added products to significant categories including engineering.
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