World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 131.8 million tonnes (Mt) in February 2018.
worldsteel's Head of Product Sustainability, Clare Broadbent discusses the benefits of recycling and clarifies some potentially confusing terms.
Stainless steel’s many qualities ensure it is a vital part of maintaining the sanitary environment of operating theatres and hospitals.
Could this silent, sustainably powered, low-emission train be the first of a new wave of environmentally-friendly rail transport solutions?
World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 139.4 million tonnes (Mt) in January 2018, a 0.8% increase compared to January 2017.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, 92 nations compete for 102 medals, with many athletes relying on high-performance steel to get results.
Work is underway on a prototype environmentally-friendly cruise ship that combines the durability of traditional materials with renewable energy technology.
The advent of more and more sophisticated artificial intelligence systems is allowing the steel industry to augment and improve its production processes.
Frank Zhong, worldsteel Beijing office Chief Representative and Advisor on economics, raw materials and markets, discusses the future of electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmaking in China.
The 20th edition of worldsteel’s steelManagement course concluded in Brussels today. A recent addition to the course was learning about financial management using the steelBusiness game.
The world’s largest sea lock at IJmuiden counts on the reliability of steel to accommodate larger vessels and increase the Port of Amsterdam’s cargo handling capacity.
worldsteel Director General Edwin Basson discusses 2017 global steel production data and what 2018 will hold for the global steel industry.