The company, which owns the sprawling Port Talbot works in South Wales where it employs more than 8,000 staff, announced earlier this month that 3,000 roles would go across the continent under its plans.
It said on Wednesday that 1,600 of the staff affected would be in the Netherlands.
Most of the jobs lost will be in office-based or management roles, as the firm moves to limit costs at a time of excess supply in the global steel market that continues to depress prices.
The steelworkers’ union, Community, responded by claiming its members were paying the price for management failure.
Henrik Adam, chief executive of Tata Steel in Europe, said: “I’m very proud to see the dedication of everyone in this business, determined to succeed even in the face of a very tough market.