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Tata Steel’s on the money with Royal Mint award

5 December 2013 No Comment

Tata Steel’s ability to meet the changing needs of its customers has won it a richly-deserved award from Royal Mint – the ‘Most Innovative Supplier’ for the third year running.

All one and two pence coins in circulation in the UK are made using Tata Steel products and its close working partnership with the Royal Mint has ensured the organisation is on the money when it comes to meeting its global targets and market demands as the leading coin supplier in the world.


All one and two pence piece coins in circulation in the UK are now supplied through Tata Steel.

Tata Steel wins innovative award from Royal Mint for the 3rd year running

The steel created by Tata for the Royal Mint is made to exact specifications in Port Talbot, with the weight and diameter of each blank coin and all the necessary features for it to be successfully used as currency carefully managed throughout the process.


Left to Right: Neil Staples,Tata Steel; David Garfield,Royal Mint; Geriant Lodwig, Tata Steel; Debbie Davies, Royal Mint; Mark Roberts Tata Steel; Jonathan Davies Guest Speaker; Andrew Jones Tata Steel; John Fyfe Tata Steel; Nick Silk Tata Steel; Ian Taylor, Tata Steel; Rachael Czajkowski Tata Steel

Royal Mint and Tata Steel partnership circulates success

As Europe’s second largest steel manufacturer, Tata Steel has developed an in-depth understanding of the unique needs of Royal Mint with a focus on shorter lead times from slab processing and distribution, enabling Royal Mint to respond quickly and effectively to the flexible nature of its market and ever-changing demands for its coins.


With the third-successive award of Most Innovative Supplier, Tata Steel has shown that their partnership is one Royal Mint can bank on, as it continues to grow on its success.

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