Steel needs to be more than high-strength for long-span trusses, for buildings in earthquake regions or structures exposed to other high stresses.
Steel for the cars of tomorrow: Usibor® outstanding crash resistance, is lighter and even tighter than traditional automotive steel.
Magnelis® is a new metallic coating for steel which effectively protects surfaces against long-term wear in any conceivable application.
High strength and ultra high strength: The Amstrong™ steel grades are characterised by stability and simultaneous lightness.
The construction of quay and dock walls has involved the use of steel sheet piles for a hundred years. They are both cost effective and reliable.
Aluzinc® offers many advantages: excellent thermal and optical reflectivity, outstanding fire resistance, and being flexible it can be bent and profiled easily.
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ArcelorMittal announced today that it has commissioned technology provider Midre...
25.06.2019 |ArcelorMittal buys Münker Metallprofile
After more than 40 successful years on the market, Münker Metallprofile transfer...
29.05.2019 |Further production cuts in Europe
Further to the announcement made on 6 May, ArcelorMittal today announces its dec...