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.
Le Mans Seminar
Material behavior with method
A library with a patina
A sign of transience: A library building in Switzerland has been covered with thyssenkrupp’s weatherproof PATINAX® construction steel.
Masters of the ice
When lugers Eggert and Benecken race down ice-covered tracks, thyssenkrupp is right there with them – 80 percent of the materials used to make their luge were developed by various Business Areas of our Group.
Investing in Krefeld
Those who want to save on electricity need to invest in energy. A new spectral analysis device at the Steel Service Center in Krefeld, Germany, ensures an even greater degree of analytical precision.
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.
250 million euros for thinner strips
Steel Europe is renovating its hot-strip rolling mill in Duisburg.
Furnace in top form
Blast furnace treated to a complete overhaul: Duisburg-Schwelgern renovates the cooling system and auxiliary units in blast furnace 2.
2015 – time for something new: a new look, a new design, a new structure. ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe has completely updated and redesigned its product catalog.
New start on the Bosphorus
Turkey is booming, offering plenty of promising business opportunities for ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe and its customers.
Not here yet there
Companies that wish to tap into foreign markets have to have an understanding of the local market, cultural sensitivity, and a local presence – or a solid collaboration with a representative like the employees in Heavy Plate.
Compact Quiz - Turkey
Have you done your homework before heading off on your holiday to Turkey?
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.
Steel has many shades of green
Wind power, lightweight design, e-mobility: Three examples that highlight the excellent energy efficiency and sustainability of steel products.
If you sow wind, you shall reap power
Innovative steel products such as non-oriented electrical steel are helping to make wind turbines more efficient – and they go easy on natural resources.
Colorful, durable, and brilliant – Steel’s got style
Coil-coated flat steel brings variety to building facades, onto the streets, and into private homes. Axel Pohl, Sales Manager of the Color product area, tells us which industries show the most demand for PLADUR® products and talks about the most popular colors and patterns.
PLADUR® makes life colorful
Organically coated steel sheet transforms humdrum walls into colorful facades and turns monochromatic surfaces into exciting designs.
Like knocking on wood: PLADUR® Relief Wood
First impressions count – and that’s what swayed MOST Mobile in favor of PLADUR® Relief Wood.
MultiBond in the kitchen – New cutting patterns
The technology for producing Damascus steel has been around for 2,500 years. In ancient times, it was used to forge blades of extraordinary strength and sharpness.
Steel earns its stripes
Steel’s got style. Prof. Dr. Joan Sofron is to the field of facades what Sir Paul Smith is to the fashion world.
Harder and thinner than steel armour plate
The new high-grade manganese steel is extremely strong, and can still be processed easily – for example to build high-security cash transporters. This material is now an award winner.
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.