One Swedish company’s innovative solution can increase the speed of mineral ore deposit mining and significantly reduce bulk transportation costs.
worldsteel has published the 2017 edition of its map of Chinese mainland steel plants. The map shows the geographical and economic landscape of the country’s steel industry at a glance.
The acclaimed Bahá’í Temple of South America is the result of 14 years of experimentation, challenges and complex engineering.
The Ariel Nomad utilises the unique qualities of steel to create one of the lightest, most durable multi-purpose sports vehicles in the world.
A revolutionary offshore renewable energy project reveals how innovation depends on reliable materials.
worldsteel opened registration for the 12th edition of steelChallenge, a competition where students and industry employees can test their skills using online simulations.
World crude steel production for the 67 countries reporting to worldsteel was 141.0 million tonnes (Mt) in June 2017, a 3.2% increase compared to June 2016.
Quonset Huts, developed for the US Navy during the Second World War, have been recycled to offer stylish and affordable accommodation in a city crying out for inspiration.
worldsteel's Director, Safety, Health and Environment Andrew Purvis looks at the future direction of Carbon Capture and Storage and its implications for the steel industry.
Does a real-life version of Valyrian steel, popularised by the Game of Thrones series, have the potential to revolutionise automotive markets?
worldsteel's Head of Technology Rizwan Janjua explains why the steel industry must integrate digitisation as part of a continual process of improvement.