Arch segments at the new ArcelorMittal steel shelters in Taranto will cover the Mineral Park20 March 2019
In January 2019, the first arch segment of the new ArcelorMittal (previously the ILVA metallurgical plant) steel shelters in Taranto, Italy were erected. Each segment is composed of six of a total 51 huge arch trusses that will form the 80m high, 254 m wide, and 700 m long cover structure which is required for the environmental containment of the Mineral Park.Heavy plates from our Taranto mill were used for the fabrication of the welded tubes and trusses.The assembled steel will be transported to its final position using dedicated rollers, as demonstrated in the construction process shown in the following video. This challenging work is being carried out under the supervision of SWS Engineering's on-site team & Cimolai, the steel fabricator and erector. For a complete visualisation of the process, take a look at this video:
Bauma 2019: Innovating in ultra-high-strength and wear-resistant steels1 March 2019
Visit us in Munich from 8 to 14 April at Bauma 2019. In hall A6 at stand 534, ArcelorMittal will present the latest innovations of our Amstrong® Ultra and Relia® ranges of ultra-high-strength and wear-resistant steels for building the mechanical equipment of the future.
ArcelorMittal provides rails and fences to Africa’s first high-speed rail line9 January 2019
Inaugurated on 15 November 2018, the Kenitra-Tangier line is the first high-speed line in Morocco. Its main objective is to link the biggest town of the country, Casablanca, to Tangier. This is the first stage of a project to create up to 1500 kms of new railway lines in Morocco. ArcelorMittal is proud to contribute to this high-level project with the participation of ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Rails & Special Sections, who provided rails, and WireSolutions, who provided fences.
Our steel builds bridges1 March 2019
Today’s modern bridge construction faces new challenges such as the cost of building and maintenance and the time required for the planning and execution of the project.This new video from ArcelorMittal describes how we build modern bridges with our innovative products and technologies: fast, efficient, sustainable, and cost-saving.
Magnelis® book now available in Russian!27 February 2019
ArcelorMittal’s Magnelis® book is now available on Constructalia in Russian: Magnelis® Стратегия мышления.
Discover the new SteelUser25 February 2019
A decade ago, ArcelorMittal introduced SteelUser to provide our customers with a range of digital tools. Accessed via a web platform, SteelUser allows customers to track orders, access documents, enter orders, and interact with customer service. Today, 90 percent of our customers use this web service every single day.Now ArcelorMittal is expanding SteelUser to become an omni-platform communication channel for customers. A new app is available to ensure customers have the information they need, wherever they are. The existing web services are being redesigned and expanded.
BES 6001 Responsible Sourcing certificate now available on Constructalia!26 February 2019
ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products is certified under the BRE Environmental & Sustainability Standard BES 6001, a responsible sourcing certification for the UK construction market demonstrating the division’s commitment to sustainable sourcing.
New Constructalia now available in Polish!19 February 2019
ArcelorMittal Europe's revamped Constructalia website has just been launched in its Polish language version! In a constant effort to make Constructalia accessible to all of our valued users, we now offer our new content, features, and online services in Polish. Check out the new Polish version of Constructalia here:https://constructalia.arcelormittal.com/pl
New and improved ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling website31 January 2019
ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling recently launched their brand new website. An updated layout encompasses new and interesting content as well as revised content. Read more here: https://sheetpiling.arcelormittal.com