- Completes wire rod outlet ordered some months ago for Marmara Ereğlisi, Turkey site
- Expands higher quality production
- New product range of engineering and automotive grades to serve domestic and export markets
- Commissioning expected in mid-2022
For the past four years a hot rolling mill at a steel plant in Spain had been experiencing unexpectedly short bearing life, leading to costly production stoppages. As a result, the plant worked closely with the Technical Department at leading bearing specialist NSK to assess the application and propose and implement a solution based on high-performance spherical roller bearings.
SMS supplies world-first greenfield e-scrap recycling plant for precious metals to Ecopolis
Danieli India supplying segments and mould assemblies for slab-caster plants
Today, during the first International Decarbonisation Forum held in Kyiv, Metinvest, the international vertically integrated group of steel and mining companies (hereunder “Metinvest” or “the Group”), signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Primetals Technologies, an international pioneer in the fields of engineering, plant building and lifecycle services for the metals industry.
Additive manufacturing is experiencing a significant upswing in the steel industry. Ugitech, a Swiss Steel Group company, has dedicated itself to this trendy topic and, with UGIWAM®, offers special steel of different compositions for the wire-based additive manufacturing process. Whether austenitic, martensitic or ferritic, duplex wire or nickel-based wire, Ugitech enables perfect adaptation to different requirements and applications.
Digital solution connects steel melt shop operations with ladle and crane tracking and thermal loss prediction for higher casting speeds and additional output of 24,000 tonnes per annum
SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall have now produced the world’s first hydrogen-reduced sponge iron at a pilot scale. The technological breakthrough in the HYBRIT initiative captures around 90% of emissions in conjunction with steelmaking and is a decisive step on the road to fossil-free steel.