Apeal, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging turns 30 this year. Their Secretary General, Alexis Van Maercke explains why steel packaging is central to the circular economy.
When it comes to containers, more load with less drag means lower fuel consumption and a reduced CO2 footprint. SSAB has produced a range of roll-on containers that deliver just that.
How can we explain the complex technology that lies behind steelmaking in the simplest way possible? This is the question we ask ourselves every day, explains Jorge Muract, Manager at steeluniversity.
Steel is set to form the core of the world’s fastest train, which could reach more than 1000Km/h at a lower cost than traditional high-speed rail.
Brynäs IF are one of Sweden’s best ice hockey teams. We discover how combining the latest knife blade steel and the best boot innovations keep them ahead of the competition.
World crude steel production for the 67 countries reporting to worldsteel was 136.5 million tonnes (Mt) in January 2017, a 7.0% increase compared to January 2016.
Scott Chubbs, steeluniversity Director, recently took a trip down memory lane when he revisted Restello, the award-winning architecture design project in India.
steelManagement, worldsteel’s course on steel business strategy, took place in Berlin this week. Attending the event, worldsteel Chairman John Ferriola, explains the value of continuous training.
Britain’s Glastonbury Festival introduced reusable steel cups this year, but can this latest innovation really reduce the event’s carbon footprint?
Speaking at Platts Steel Markets Asia Conference, Adam Szewczyk presented worldsteel’s outlook for global steel demand. Find out what he has to say.
Are China’s new flatpack steel skyscrapers simply castles in the air? Zhang Yue and China’s Broad Group are calling them “a revolution”.