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Last year, the company Sarens introduced to the world the SGC-250, the largest crane in the world. This giant crane, which can lift 5,000 tonnes, moves on crane rails produced by ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Rails & Special Sections.
The California Flats Solar Project is a 216 MWp solar plant that will produce enough energy to power more than 100,000 Californian homes. For this project, ArcelorMittal Projects Exosun has supplied their innovative solar tracking technology as well as a full range of services including plant design support, logistics, training and on-site management support.
The Beryl Solar Farm, which completed construction in June 2019, is located in New South Wales, Australia. For this project involving 260,000 solar panels, ArcelorMittal Projects Exosun has supplied their innovative solar tracking technology as well as a full range of services including plant design support, logistics, training and on-site management support.
As hospitals need sturdy and safe cabinets that will last a long time, steel is the material of choice. ArcelorMittal Steel Service Center in Burg, Germany, delivers steel to customer Metallprodukte Kott GmbH to manufacture custom-made patient room cabinets.
After supplying steel sections for Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products is now supplying steel for Europe's tallest building, the Lakhta tower, located in St. Petersburg (Russia). Measuring 462 metres, the Lakhta tower and its adjacent building were built with HISTAR® 460 Russia, a grade developed for this specific project.