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thyssenkrupp Steel plant in Duisburg

Around 27,000 people work for thyssenkrupp Steel Europe at its various sites – most of them in the Ruhr area, where the company has its roots. All our sites offer attractive entry opportunities – from apprenticeships through to expert and management positions.

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thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Strasse 100

47166 Duisburg, Germany

+49 (0)203 52-0

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Duisburg

Bird's-eye view of the Duisburg site

Duisburg is not only home to thyssenkrupp Steel's headquarters, the city is also our biggest production location with five different sites. Our integrated iron and steel mill carries out every step of the steelmaking process, and our blast furnaces and melt shops are also located here. That opens up a wide range of options for applicants interested in working in the steel industry.

Bochum

Bird's-eye view of the Bochum site

The Bochum site houses one of our biggest hot strip mills. With its high drive power and coilbox, the wide hot strip mill is particularly suitable for rolling. In addition, hot-rolled from Duisburg is processed to non-oriented electrical steel at the Bochum site.

Dortmund

Bird's-eye view of the Dortmund site

Our Dortmund site has a state-of-the-art cold rolling mill with additional continuous annealer and coating lines, such as hot-dip coating line 8.

Finnentrop

Finnentrop site

The Finnentrop plant in the Sauerland region is our smallest German production site with a long tradition of surface coating. The centerpiece is one of thyssenkrupp's most advanced hot-dip coating lines, which can be used to produce both hot-dip galvanized and hot-dip aluminized products. The site also houses a narrow strip galvanizing line for strip widths up to 200 mm.

Siegerland

Kreuztal site

International sites

thyssenkrupp Steel Europe also has production subsidiaries and investment companies in several other countries. Information on our international sites can be found on the general site overview page .

Duisburg

thyssenkrupp Steel in Duisburg

Duisburg is not only home to thyssenkrupp Steel's headquarters, the city is also our biggest production location with five different sites. Our integrated iron and steel mill carries out every step of the steelmaking process, and our blast furnaces and melt shops are also located here. That opens up a wide range of options for applicants interested in working in the steel industry.

Bochum

thyssenkrupp Steel in Bochum

The Bochum site houses one of our biggest hot strip mills. With its high drive power and coilbox, the wide hot strip mill is particularly suitable for rolling. In addition, hot-rolled from Duisburg is processed to non-oriented electrical steel at the Bochum site.

Dortmund Our Dortmund site has a state-of-the-art cold rolling mill with additional continuous annealer and coating lines, such as hot-dip coating line 8.

thyssenkrupp Steel in Duisburg

Unser Dortmunder Standort verfügt über ein modernes Kaltbandwerk mit zusätzlicher Contiglühe und ergänzenden Oberflächenveredelungslinien, wie die Feuerbeschichtungsanlage 8.

Finnentrop

thyssenkrupp Steel in Bochum

The Finnentrop plant in the Sauerland region is our smallest German production site with a long tradition of surface coating. The centerpiece is one of thyssenkrupp's most advanced hot-dip coating lines, which can be used to produce both hot-dip galvanized and hot-dip aluminized products. The site also houses a narrow strip galvanizing line for strip widths up to 200 mm.

Siegerland

thyssenkrupp Steel in Duisburg

Our two plants in Kreuztal-Eichen and Kreuztal-Ferndorf are home to modern hot-dip coating and coil coating lines, suitable for processing cold strip and pickled hot strip.

International sites

thyssenkrupp Steel in Bochum

thyssenkrupp Steel Europe also has production subsidiaries and investment companies in several other countries. Information on our international sites can be found on the general site overview page .

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