High quality standards, guaranteed strength, and durability offered by steel products provide a sense of security and stability. ArcelorMittal Europe’s trademark steels, including the HISTAR® and Amstrong® structural steel grades that combine high strength, good toughness, and superior weldability, perfectly match these requirements.
The aesthetics of steel and its unthinkable beauty can be seen in countless aspects:
- A large panel of surface finishes: smooth, grained, textured, or embossed.
- A wide choice of colours: solid, metallic, pearlescent.
- A required degree of gloss: anything from matt to high gloss.
- Various printed patterns can be proposed to complete the range of possibilities.
To obtain such performances, among other product ranges, ArcelorMittal Europe offers:
For outdoor use
- Granite® product range
- Solano® Nature
- Indaten® weathering steels with their specific patina finish
For indoor use
- Estetic® product range
We are at your disposal, ready to offer products of the highest quality that perfectly suit your needs.
ArcelorMittal contributes to sustainable transport in Norway20 June 2019
Borregaard, a Norwegian biochemicals producer, is currently building a new warehouse that will allow them to store all of their lignin in one place instead of different sites, thus improving logistics and reducing CO2 emissions from road transport. The warehouse is being built with beams from ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Sections and Merchant Bars.Project News
Extra-wide coils meet high-tech specs for oil pipelines in projects with Corinth Pipeworks11 June 2019
Corinth Pipeworks is one of the world’s leading producers of pipes for the energy and construction markets. When the company won a contract to produce more than 850 kilometres of high frequency induction (HFI) welded pipe for a US customer, Corinth again turned to their long-term steel supplier, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products. As well as being the largest HFI project Corinth had undertaken, the order also resulted in the pipe maker’s largest ever order to ArcelorMittal.Project News
ArcelorMittal named Steel Sustainability Champion for second consecutive year20 May 2019
ArcelorMittal is recognised as a Steel Sustainability Champion for the second year running by the World Steel Association (worldsteel) at its board meeting in April in Madrid, Spain. The accolade distinguishes the steel companies who, like ArcelorMittal, are leading by example in creating a truly sustainable steel industry. The Steel Sustainability Champion programme seeks to encourage other steel companies to increase their efforts, set higher standards, and demonstrate a strong commitment to sustainable development and the circular economy.Corporate News
ArcelorMittal and Borusan Mannesmann work closely to realise high-spec pipeline project6 May 2019
The global oil and gas industry places some of the most stringent requirements on steel to ensure the long-term safety and security of energy networks. Nowhere are these requirements higher than in the United States. That’s why Borusan Mannesmann, a leading supplier to the industry, turned to ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products when they required steel for a new pipeline project in Texas. The 1.75 billion USD project will transport up to 56 million cubic metres (1.98 billion cubic feet) of natural gas daily from the Texas oilfields to the Atlantic coast.Project News
ArcelorMittal offers steel to help rebuild Notre-Dame de Paris25 April 2019
After the fire that ravaged Notre-Dame de Paris, the World Heritage masterpiece, on 15 April 2019, ArcelorMittal wishes to support the reconstruction of the cathedral.ArcelorMittal, number one in the world for steel and strongly established in France, will offer steel for the reinforcing and reconstruction of the monument.ArcelorMittal is also offering assistance to the authorities in charge of the reconstruction to provide our expertise and competencies in construction and architecture.Project News
Update: Ahead of schedule! Arch segments at the new ArcelorMittal steel shelters in Taranto6 April 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:Project News
ArcelorMittal commits to ResponsibleSteel™ a new industry standard17 January 2019
ArcelorMittal has taken a leading role in forming and committing to ResponsibleSteel™, the steel industry's first multi-stakeholder global certification initiative.Corporate News
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.Project News
ArcelorMittal takes home two Steelie Awards13 November 2018
ArcelorMittal has won two Steelie Awards highlighting our excellence in sustainability, as well as in lifecycle assessment. The winners of the 9th Steelie Awards were announced at the Annual Dinner of the World Steel Association (worldsteel) on 16 October 2018.Corporate News
Who, if not investors, are the parents of every project? They are the ones who exude that first impulse - the idea. They turn their dreams into reality, transferring them onto paper through the imagination of an architect and the knowledge of an engineer. Both of these ingredients ensure the practical operation and use of the facility. No project would be possible without this vital team: investor - architect - engineer - contractor. It is the investor, however, who plays the deciding role and determines if the investment is to occur. There are multiple areas to be satisfied - aesthetics, quality, functionality, and of course, the one that in fact "manages" the investment - the economic one.
As a steel manufacturer who is involved in many investment processes, ArcelorMittal perfectly understands the various needs of a project and can provide products that meet all the demands requested by the market.
Economical steel is a concept known to everyone. A short construction periods allow for faster access to the facility and therefore limits construction costs, leads to earlier return on investment, and reduces interest charges.
As far as functionality is concerned, steel-framed buildings are not only easier to adapt, but in comparison to classic technology they allow for higher floors and more usable area - at the same time increasing cubic capacity.
Steel components as one of the most sustainable building materials in the world. Structural frames, external walls, solar shadings - they all provide credit points for green building rating systems like USGBC's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) or BREEAM (The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), increasing the incontestable value of the investment.