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Urbn Barrel, a start-up from Cologne (Germany), is turning steel drums into design statement pieces for contemporary living. Using steel barrels which would otherwise be destined for the oil sector, Urbn Barrel handcrafts practical coffee tables which fit into almost any interior.

ArcelorMittal Projects, ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Sheet Piling and Global R&D participated in a project financed by the Dutch government to improve the design of dikes and keep the Netherlands safe from flooding.

Nour Ouarzazate Solar Power Complex, the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant will enable Morocco to source almost half the country’s energy from renewables by 2020. The third phase of the project, Noor III, which will be operational as from October 2018, is being constructed near Ouarzazate, in Morocco, with stainless steel provided by Industeel.

Timber may be a one of steel’s competitors for the housing market, but did you know that you could find our steel in wooden houses? Thanks to the screws produced by the company Schmid Schrauben Hainfeld GmbH, our steel wire rod produced by ArcelorMittal Hamburg is used in wooden houses all over Europe and in Canada and Japan.

ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products, WireSolutions and ArcelorMittal Europe – Tubular Products all gathered in Düsseldorf (Germany) to participate in the Wire & Tube trade fair 2018, the world's most important trade fair for the wire, cable and pipe industry.

William Roobrouck, a Belgian artist with a passion for steel, chooses the glow of Indaten® in his "Désir Perceptible" (Perceptible Desire) to represent the warm feeling of a loving family. Curious to discover how the sculpture was born?

Watch the video below and learn more about the four main Business segments which compose ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products: Bars and Rods, Sections and Merchant Bars, Sheet Piling and Rails.