Construction has begun on a new wharf at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Rothera Research Station, and Z sections from ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Sheet Piling are playing a leading role. The new wharf will be used to berth the RRS Sir David Attenborough, one of the most advanced polar research vessels in the world.
Borregaard, a Norwegian biochemicals producer is currently building a new warehouse that will allow them to store all the 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.
Leaning Out – the documentary about Twin Towers engineer Leslie E. Robertson – is now available on DVD/VOD. ArcelorMittal is proud to sponsor this documentary, recounting how Leslie embraced new technologies and innovative steels such as HISTAR® to design tall landmark buildings.
RT @ArcelorMittalD: #steel belongs to #Bremen: 2000 employees of @ArcelorMittal in #Bremen marched today from the steelworks @ArcelorMittal…
Our #Bremen colleagues are demonstrating today, demanding better #safeguarding measures against #steel imports. https://t.co/HG4Q3Cbg7V
An amazing view of #steel
Head of Sustainable Development @DrAlanKnight addressing the members at ResponsibleSteel’s annual meeting hosted at… https://t.co/X4FajlNcKy
Against unfair #imports of #steel and for better #safeguard measures: @ArcelorMittal #Eisenhüttenstadt hand over th… https://t.co/MveJRHiZ0P