India’s steel industry – and steel itself – are indispensable in providing the sanitation facilities that the country’s sustainable development requires
Carving their way hundreds of metres below surface-level, tunnel boring machines have revolutionised underground infrastructure.
Advanced high-strength steels (AHSS) are helping car manufacturers usher in an era of robust, lightweight vehicles that improve fuel efficiency and lower emissions without compromising on safety.
worldsteel's Head of Environment Åsa Ekdahl discusses the many creative initiatives the steel industry is taking to optimise resource efficiency and advance sustainable consumption and production.
World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 146.7 million tonnes (Mt) in January 2019, a 1.0% increase compared to January 2018.
worldsteel Communications Officer Alistair Wragg explores another 5 digital trends to monitor in 2019. This is a follow up to part one released last week.
This blog looks at 10 digital trends we should keep an eye on in 2019 whilst sharing a few examples of steel companies already leading the way.
A low-carbon pilot steel production facility in northern Sweden could drastically reduce the industry’s carbon emissions.
worldsteel Director General Edwin Basson reflects on the two main challenges the steel industry will need to address in 2019.
Global crude steel production reached 1,808.6 million tonnes (Mt) for the year 2018, up by 4.6% compared to 2017.
worldsteel LCI Manager Iain Millar gives insight into the methodology we use to reduce the overall environmental impact of steel products.
As the digital economy accelerates, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep the world’s data centres at lower temperatures, but submersible steel modules could provide a surprising solution.