Page Tools
  • March edition out now!

  • ArcelorMittal Europe

  • Discover where our steel goes

  • Explore ArcelorMittal Europe’s Fabric of Life City

  • The Orange book

    Supporting innovative steel design

  • Steel - the most recycled material in Europe

  • Steel Advisor

    Find the right product

  • Fortiform®

    Exceptionally strong and formable for lighter cars

  • ArcelorMittal Global R&D

    1,400 researchers
    12 research centres

  • ArcelorMittal awarded best partner in recognition of outstanding performance and continuous efforts

ArcelorMittal Europe in a nutshell


Sign up to receive ArcelorMittal Europe news alerts by email

Our Segments


For the construction of a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Kuwait, ArcelorMittal Special Rebars & Thread Bars and ArcelorMittal Projects work jointly to supply Krybar®, a special concrete reinforcing steel bar providing safety for cryogenic applications.

Discover the 7 topics we selected for you

To optimise the distribution of its tyres, Michelin, the world’s second largest tyre manufacturer, expanded its Spanish logistics centre in Araia and built a new one in Illescas. The company is also building a new office building in Vitoria. The three buildings were all built with steel solutions from ArcelorMittal Construction Spain.

ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products. Rails & Special Sections is extending its 4.0 transformation with the launch of several digital tools.

For the promotion of a Netflix TV show, nine giant letters made with ArcelorMittal steel and spelling Marseille were installed on a hill overlooking the city and visible from the sea, in a reference to the famous Hollywood sign in Los Angeles.

ArcelorMittal officially took over the assets of Lorraine Tubes in December. Four major industrial sites located in the North East of France will now join ArcelorMittal Tubular Products, that is aiming to revive the production of the sites and the marketing of their products, which should open new markets.

The Bolt Tower is a helix of 78 metres built on top of a former blast furnace of Dolní Vítkovice, in Ostrava. This tower was built with steel from ArcelorMittal Ostrava was named after Olympic champion Usain Bolt.