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.
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.
ArcelorMittal rails improve connectivity in Mexico1 June 2021
ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products contributed to two major transportation projects in Mexico aiming to improve connectivity by supplying 115RE AREMA standard rails and 33C1 guard rails from its mills in Gijón, Spain and Królewska, Poland.Project News
ArcelorMittal plans major investment in German sites to accelerate CO2 emissions reduction25 May 2021
ArcelorMittal is planning to build a large-scale industrial plant for the direct reduction of iron ore (DRI) and electric arc furnace (EAF)-based steelmaking at its site in Bremen, as well as an innovative DRI pilot plant in addition to an EAF in Eisenhüttenstadt, following the announcement of the planned expansion of Germany’s hydrogen infrastructure.Corporate News
European Year of Rail: discover ArcelorMittal’s commitment to the rail sector22 April 2021
2021 is the European Year of Rail.Officially launched on 29 March by the European Commission, the European Year of Rail will aim to highlight the benefits of rail as a sustainable, smart, and safe means of transport. “Environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient, rail will play a crucial role in helping the EU become climate neutral by 2050. The COVID-19 crisis has also shown how rail transport can facilitate the supply of essential goods such as medical devices, food, and fuel in exceptional circumstances” declared Oleg Butković, Croatian Minister for the Sea, Transport, and Infrastructure, President of the Council of the EU.Corporate News
ResponsibleSteel™ deployment of the Sustainable Development Europe programme20 April 2021
Driving the responsible production and sourcing of steel, ResponsibleSteel™ is the steel industry’s first global multi-stakeholder standard and certification initiative. ArcelorMittal has played a pivotal role in establishing this standard since 2015, and this pertinent work continues.Industry News
The ATRIO Towers in Bogota: The first high-rise venture for ArcelorMittal in South America18 March 2021
ATRIO is an impressive mixed-use project located in the centre of Bogota, Colombia. Composed of two towers, North and South, it will offer 250 000 m² of office space and 10 000 m² of public space at ground level. It is the first high-rise project for ArcelorMittal in South America. 90% of the steel sections for the construction of the North tower were provided by ArcelorMittal.Project News
ArcelorMittal to build biogas plant in Luxembourg to reduce CO2 emissions9 March 2021
ArcelorMittal envisages reducing its CO2 footprint by substituting part of its natural gas consumption with recourse to biogenic energy sources. In the context of its general sustainability policy, ArcelorMittal is also interested in valorising excess heat from its industrial site in the vicinity of the Rodange plant. As such, ArcelorMittal have signed two strategic memorandums of understanding - one with Vow ASA and one with Encevo - to work on projects to build a biogas production plant that will reduce CO2 emissions produced during the steelmaking process. The aim is to have the Rodange biogas plant operational in 2023.Corporate News
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.