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Global steel market will reach $865.5 billion by 2020

At the end of 2015 the global steel market reached a value of $753.4 billion in 2015, with a negative compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.2% in the last four years. China…

Swedish Steel Prize 2017 finalists

This year the four finalists for the Swedish Steel Prize have focused their research on design concepts pushing utilization of high-strength steels to the limits. The winner will be announced at a ceremony…

Stainless steel specialist

With headquarters at Gargallo, in province of Novara, APS di Creola e C. Snc is a family-owned company specialized in stainless steel treatments: electropolishing, tumbling and passivation. The advantages of electropolishing The electrolytic…

Positive results for EuroBLECH 2016

The 24th International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition, EuroBLECH 2016, ended after five successful show days. A total of 60,636 visitors from some 100 different countries came to Hanover to get an overview…

ArcelorMittal launches Steel Advisor app for Industry

In an increasingly digitalised economy, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products is providing its customers with a competitive edge via the launch of a new app, Steel Advisor for Industry, a product selection guide…

Steel associations call on G7 nations to take action to address global overcapacity in steel

Twelve global steel trade associations today released a statement urging the leaders of the G7 nations to take steps to address the current global steel overcapacity situation which is negatively affecting economies, industries and workers…

Positive impact of using steel in the sea

Worldsteel, the representative for more than 150 steel producers, has launched a new campaign to showcase the incredible versatility of steel’s connection with the sea. The socalled Steel and the Sea campaign is…

Ssab, Lkab and Vattenfall to develop a carbon-dioxide-free steel industry

Swedish-Finnish steel company Ssab, mining company Lkab and power company Vattenfall have joined together to develop a steel production process that emits water rather than carbon dioxide, called Hybrit (Hydrogen Breakthrough Ironmaking Technology)….

EU steel market keeps growing

Steel imports continued to target the EU market despite still relatively weak demand, low domestic prices and the weak Euro in the second half of 2015. EU steel consumption grew 2.7% y-o-y in…

The nobel of high-strength steel

Steel is everywhere and can be recycled indefinitely. If it is high-strength steel, the sustainability level, prerogative nowadays become irremissible, grows even more. also this year ITS celebration, the Swedish Steel Prize, has…

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