In the past, moving to stronger steels meant accepting greater limits to formability. Now third-gen advanced steels are overcoming those challenges, says ArcelorMittal's Ram Iyer.
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Nippon Steel Corp. intends to sell of 200 billion yen ($1.9 billion) in assets over the next two years to help it buy a 50% stake in Indian steelmaker Essar Steel India Ltd.
Steelmaker ArcelorMittal is expanding applications for the innovative door ring system it developed with Honda Motor Co. to other carmakers.
Steel giant ArcelorMittal SA plans to convert carbon dioxide generated at its steel plant in Ghent, Belgium, into bioethanol fuel, starting in mid-2020.
One of the auto industry’s fastest-growing material applications is press-hardened steel for crash safety and lightweighting, says Gagan Tandon, director of product development for ArcelorMittal.
ArcelorMittal is making investments in advancing the state of steel—and steel-making.
Last week the Great Designs in Steel (GDIS) conference was held in suburban Detroit.
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Companies working to achieve 2025 fuel economy goals through mass reduction may be looking at non-ferrous alternatives for body-in-white applications. But they just might look again at steel.
ArcelorMittal has inked a deal with LanzaTech and Primetals Technologies to build a $96 million biofuel facility adjacent to ArcelorMittal's steel plant in Ghent, Belgium.
Pickup trucks can meet 2025 fuel economy targets in the U.S. by using advanced high-strength steels instead of switching to costlier aluminum, says Luxembourg-based steelmaker ArcelorMittal SA.
This automotive supplier is driving the auto industry forward with its engineering and, especially, manufacturing skills. Here’s a look.
When it comes to producing cost-effective structures that can resist intrusion, steel provides the competitive edge.
Steel producer ArcelorMittal, which produced 102-million tons of the material last year, is starting a new program to shrink its carbon footprint.
Luxembourg-based steelmaker ArcelorMittal SA has abandoned plans to build an $8.5 billion steel factory in the city of Keonjhar in eastern India.
ArcelorMittal SA says stronger steels and design tweaks could cut the weight of a conventional car door from 40 lbs to about 26 lbs.
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, has sued Russia's OAO Severstal and Japan's Nisshin Steel, alleging that they misappropriated its patent for automotive steel, Bloomberg News reports.
Honda and steelmaker ArcelorMittal have been developing advanced techniques to weld varying types and thicknesses of steel into sheets, then hot-stamp them into the structural “rings” that frame the outer and inner parts of a vehicle’s door.
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