thyssenkrupp’s Steel division investigates solid, liquid, and gaseous materials in its ultramodern laboratories to determine their complex chemical compositions.
Wide-screen cinema: New ways of looking at steel
The ‘Steel hoch zehn’ [Steel to the power of ten] experience center shows off the high-tech material on a 300-degree screen.
The new management
Steel structures itself into market and production units.
A new name for Hoesch Hohenlimburg
The medium-wide strip specialist is reorganizing and becoming a business unit.
We are gaining speed
The NGOflex campaign aims to provide fast, flexible deliveries.
Steel heals itself
Dierk Raabe of MPI is on the lookout for smart materials.
Thinking about tomorrow today
At thyssenkrupp Steel, ‘tomorrow’ stands for innovations.
Molten metal from the furnace
An investment worth millions makes Duisburg fit for the future.
Making gold with slag
We used to dump slag, now we process it.
Modernization sinter plant
Steel boosts energy efficiency
New contact person
There’s been a change in marketing leadership within thyssenkrupp’s Steel division. Marcus van Marwick replaced Achim Stolle as Head of Brand & Customer Communications at the beginning of the year.
Once again, three forward-looking projects were recognized at the Steel Innovation Contest.
It’s all in the mix
A new sinter test facility determines the most efficient and environmentally friendly way to use raw materials.
Invest now, save later
Resource conservation is a crucial consideration in the business world. thyssenkrupp’s Steel division has many years of experience in this area, and we would like to share our expertise.
“More room for creativity”
Germany’s powers of innovation can only be harnessed if both industrial concerns and the engineers working for them are prepared for change. An interview with Ralph Appel, Executive Director of the Association of German Engineers (VDI).
250 million euros for thinner strips
Steel Europe is renovating its hot-strip rolling mill in Duisburg.
How eco-friendly is steel?
Andreas Theuer heads the Environmental and Climate Protection / Sustainability division at thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG. In this interview, he explains why steel is an ecological resource.
No heat in the oven
It’s a rare view indeed, considering that the central section of blast furnace 9 located in Duisburg-Hamborn is normally heated to a blistering 1,600 degrees Celsius.
Furnace in top form
Blast furnace treated to a complete overhaul: Duisburg-Schwelgern renovates the cooling system and auxiliary units in blast furnace 2.
Steel’s got style. Prof. Dr. Joan Sofron is to the field of facades what Sir Paul Smith is to the fashion world.
Bottrop’s sparkling new star
From wallflower to eyecatcher: This building is turning heads on the streets of downtown Bottrop thanks to its new and improved facade elements made from pladur® Relief iceCrystal.
Renovation of Kuniberg vocational school
The local press, the student newspaper, neighbors – everyone’s talking about the successful interior and exterior renovation of Kuniberg vocational school. At the center of all the attention is the school’s new facade, with panels made of pladur® organic coated steel from thyssenkrupp Steel Europe.
The new sales
Better, faster, closer to the markets – in answer to the challenges posed by international markets, thyssenkrupp Steel Europe has restructured key leadership functions.