Stainless Steel World – The Magazine:  Printed & Digital

Stainless Steel World magazine connects a vast global community of people and companies involved in the manufacturer, supply and use of corrosion resistant alloys (CRAs). Widely recognised as the leading international magazine in the industry, it keeps readers and advertisers informed of developments throughout the entire supply chain. Technical articles, case studies, end-user interviews, project reviews, market reports and news, provide essential updates for readers and advertisers.

The magazine is distributed in print and in an innovative, interactive digital format.

The digital interactive publication can be subscribed to for free. Submit your details on the subscription page and you will be notified for each new issue that is released. Printed subscriptions to stainless steel World magazine are available at Euro 99,- per year. Stay up to date on the world of stainless steels. Join us!

Interactive digital format

Stainless Steel World magazine is now available for free in an interactive digital format, allowing readers to access videos, websites, and advertisers directly. Accessible in a responsive format on phones, computers and tablets, the digital magazine is instantly available 24/7, wherever you may be.

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Cover story

The cover story and cover are offered as part of a commercial media package to companies wishing to promote their activities and products to a global audience. Besides featuring in the print and digital magazine, the cover stories receive enormous exposure on the Stainless Steel World website, in email newsletters, and in our social media channels.  One of our experienced editors writes the cover story based on an interview with the company’s relevant person/people.

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Industry & Community Update News

Every day our news department gathers news and press releases from around the world to bring our community the latest developments in the stainless steel industry. Examples of areas covered include new products, projects, contracts, personnel appointments, etc. A dedicated news team researches and edits items to be posted online, in our email newsletters, and in the magazine.

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Technical Articles & Case Studies

Materials experts, engineers and companies involved in the manufacture or use of stainless steels/CRAs are welcome to contact the editor to contribute an original, non-commercial article. These are typically in-depth technical papers written or co-written by operating companies describing commercially viable new technologies and/or case histories of successful applications, backed by data. Topics include tubes & pipes, cladding, offshore, chemical process industry, welding & fabrication, 13Cr stainless steels, titanium, nickel alloys, pulp & paper and duplex stainless steels.

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One-on-One Interviews

Stainless Steel World features interviews with materials specialists, engineers and end-users from around the world. Conducted by the Editor in Chief, the interview covers topics such as CRA problems and what solutions have worked best in their processes. Sharing information in this way with colleagues can be a very effective way of disseminating knowledge to the benefit of all.

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For further information about all editorial aspects of the magazine, please contact the Editor in Chief, Joanne McIntyre,
via e-mail or call +31 575 585 298

Delivery Address

All issues will be sent to the delivery address mentioned on the subscription order. A change of address can be sent by email to

Issues will not be resent, if the change of address did not reach us in time.

Market Reports

Keeping up to date with developments in the markets and understanding the forces that affect these is important to our readers. Stainless Steel World’s network of experts provides regular reports on a range of topics. These vary from product forms (e.g. the tube, pipe & fittings market), to families of materials (e.g. the market for duplexes) to specific materials (e.g. trends in the global nickel market).

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Print Subscription Info

  • Print subscriptions run for 12 months
  • Two months before a subscription ends, you will receive a notification to see if you wish to continue your subscription.
  • Issues will be sent after receipt of payment through our webshop. This guarantees that your subscription starts without delay.
  • Missing issues: To submit a claim please contact Mrs Renate Collet.
    Please add month and year of the missing issue.


For any questions please contact:
Mrs Renate Collet
Phone: +31 575 789 269 (Switch -270)

Welcome to our website dedicated to the fascinating world of stainless steels! Our website provides comprehensive information and news about various types of stainless steels, their properties, and applications.

Stainless steels are a family of alloys that contain a minimum of 10.5% chromium, which provides excellent corrosion resistance. These alloys are widely used in various industries due to their exceptional strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal.

There are several types of stainless steels available, including austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and duplex. Each type has unique characteristics and is suitable for different applications.

In addition to their corrosion resistance, stainless steels are also known for their excellent durability. Stainless steel tubes are also widely used in the construction of various products, from industrial equipment to household appliances.

However, despite their excellent corrosion resistance, stainless steels can still experience localized corrosion, such as pitting and stress corrosion cracking, under certain conditions. Therefore, it is essential to understand the properties of different stainless steel types and use the appropriate alloy for each application.

Whether you are a student, engineer, or industry professional, our website is an excellent resource for learning more about stainless steels and their applications.