Paramjit Kahlon appointed CEO ArcelorMittal CIS
Paramjit Kahlon, Vice President of ArcelorMittal and member of the Group Management Committee, has recently been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of ArcelorMittal CIS (PJSC âArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rihâ?, Ukraine and JSC âArcelorMittal Temirtauâ?, Kazakhstan), effective 1st May 2016.
ArcelorMittal steel in floating windfarm
The ArcelorMittal naval heavy plates, produced in Gijón, Spain, in grades NV36D and NV36E will soon be used to construct five floating windfarm structures, which will be located at Buchan Deep some 25 km east of Peterhead.
NFE at ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada
ArcelorMittal has recently chosen Danieli technologies to widen product mix and quality, and better serve its market and customers.
New organizational structure for ArcelorMittal
ArcelorMittal has announced that Lou Schorsch, senior executive vice president, member of the Group Management Board and CEO of ArcelorMittal Americas will retire from the company, effective end of February 2016.
ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih wins competition
For the eighth time, ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih has won the 2015 all-Ukrainian ecological competition “Environmental Quality and Safety”, having been commended for its successful ongoing efforts to reduce the site’s environmental footprint. The competition has been organized by the all-Ukrainian non-governmental organization (NGO) ”Living Planet” since 2002 with the support of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine.
ArcelorMittal brings back Mont Saint-Michel
Mont Saint-Michel, the UNESCO-listed tourist hot spot located off France’s north-western coast, had been moving closer to the mainland due to silt build-ups caused by canal work at the Couesnon River.
ArcelorMittal extends collaboration with University
ArcelorMittal is extending its collaboration with the University of Luxembourg by sponsoring the endowed chair in steel and façade engineering at the University.
ArcelorMittal to refurbish coke oven batteries
ArcelorMittal is to invest over EUR 100M in the refurbishment of the coke oven batteries in Gijón. The project to refurbish and recommission the existing facilities, with an execution time of two years, will ensure compliance with the environmental requirements defined in the current integrated environmental authorisation granted for this facility and will include the implementation of the BAT, defined in BREF that will come into force in 2016. The main part of the approved investment will focus on the re-construction of two 45-oven batteries at ArcelorMittal Asturias’ coke plant in Gijón, installation of a state-of-the-art emission collection and scrubbing system, and implementation of efficient by-product management systems.
ArcelorMittal invest in tubular facility
ArcelorMittal declared a USD 11.1M investment into its premier tubular facility in Monterrey, Mexico, to enhance product capabilities for the North American automotive market. The investment will be used for the construction of an additional world-class tube mill and addition of downstream value-add processing equipment, which will allow the facility to supply high-quality straight and formed tubes for use in the production of automotive seating and head rest applications.
ArcelorMittal’s marine steel in Shetland Islands
Contractor Shetland Islands chose ArcelorMittal to supply 3,600 tonnes of sheet piles – including 3,200t of corrosion-resistant AMLoCor© – to develop the Quay’s main wall and anchor wall, following a successful smaller project at the same port two years ago.