Our press-hardenable manganese-boron steel of grade MBW®-K 1900 is used in KIRCHHOFF Automotive's new crash management system.
100 years of Bauhaus – pladur® Deluxe “bauhausstil naturmatt“
This year, the Bauhaus school of design is celebrating its 100th anniversary. In 1919, Walter Gropius founded the world-famous school, whose guiding principle was to combine architecture as a total work of art with other arts.
Stylish living with steel
“Der Öschberghof,” the five-star golf resort in Donaueschingen, blends in perfectly with the surrounding landscape thanks to its steel façade made from pladur® Relief Icecrystal.
Tinplate: because some things can’t be left to chance
Secure transport of hazardous goods by road, rail and sea
For the new member of the royal family
Gift for the new baby – a premium shortbread tin, made in Germany
Some like it hot
A trip to the Volkswagen plant in Kassel
A smart innovation
smartform® enables cold forming of ultra-high-strength steels
Efficient electrical steel lets energy flow
thyssenkrupp Steel is the first manufacturer of grain-oriented electrical steel in India. This material can be used to efficiently transport electricity across long distances. As such, the German company is supporting the expansion of electrification in India.
How a smart package station makes delivering mail child’s play.
Mission into space
Electrical steel from Bochum built into the motor of a drill is flying to the moon.
Trial period successfully completed
Toyota places two Steel products into serial production
Electrical helpers in the household
The Vorwerk Thermomix contains thyssenkrupp electrical steel
We call it precision work
Developing the ideal material
China makes light work of it
The MBW® 1900 in series application
White goods show their true colors
‘Together’ means to develop something together.
thyssenkrupp developed a patented specialty steel for Jäkel, a manufacturer of blades for machinery.
Enjoyment comes in a can
When you hold a can of ültje peanuts in your hand, you are holding a product from thyssenkrupp’s Steel division.
No light without reflectors
HÜHOCO produces reflectors for headlights.
How TI Automotive looks after our safety
Tidy tools, tidy mind
Sortimo manufactures storage modules and vehicle racking solutions for field technicians.
Nostalgic kitchen aids
In Mostviertel, the southwestern quarter of Lower Austria, Riess is producing its ninth generation of enameled pots for cooking and baking.
An all-round success
Since the 1950s, Signode has developed and manufactured strapping bands made of steel and plastic for various sectors, including the steel industry.
Great new products
We team up with large (family-owned) companies as well as small and medium-sized businesses to support them in developing new products. Tag along with our customer service representatives as they head out to meet clients.
The Winkelmann Group is one of the leading companies in the metal forming industry. Long-term thinking and planning while remaining innovative and flexible is all in a day’s work for the family-owned company.
A global profile
Welser, a family-owned company, produces steel profiles for the construction, automotive, and environmental sectors. thyssenkrupp Steel Europe has supplied the bulk of the flat steel for these for three decades.
For seven decades, Wurzer has produced steel profiles for roofs, walls, and facades. Just like his father, Georg Wurzer relies on materials from thyssenkrupp Steel Europe.
A growing business: hot forming
thyssenkrupp Steel Europe shares its expertise and is rewarded for its efforts, for example in customer Gedia’s transition to hot forming in its production process.
Innovative steel products such as non-oriented electrical steel are helping to make wind turbines more efficient – and they go easy on natural resources.
Universal stowage space
From retail stores to mail-order companies – no matter how big or small the stock room or warehouse, everything needs to be in place. Meta shelving systems help to keep things tidy.
Housings for everything
What makes metal housings from Saxony such a cool product? Marvin Michel, Managing Director of CooolCase in Dresden, has the story.
Special steel products for liquid gas tanks
Liquid gas transportation is booming – and with it the demand for modern tankers. TGE Marine Gas Engineering is one of the world’s market leaders in this sector of the shipbuilding industry – and the company uses cryogenic nickel steels from thyssenkrupp Steel Europe.
Steel from Duisburg makes design history
Mauser has been producing steel pipe and modular furniture since the nineteen twenties, and many of its products are considered classics.
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.
Open the door
Garage door specialist Hörmann has purchased over two million metric tons of steel from Steel Europe to date.
Thinking outside-the-box for precision steel
Experts at the Swiss Jansen Group and Steel Europe meet to discuss their outside-the-the box ideas for winning over new markets.
Pretty long friends
A parade of giants: The lattice boom, crawler, telescope, and mobile cranes extend into the sky, in some cases even 50 meters high.
Wind power from Bavaria for Löw’s World Cup team
Power for Schweinsteiger and his teammates: Specialized wind turbines from Europoles ensured that the German quarters always had enough power at the World Cup in Brazil.
500 meters of cold strips per minute
The company Risse + Wilke from Iserlohn can now offer higher precision manufacturing than ever before with a new, ultra-modern Duo re-rolling stand.
Innovation in just seconds
A revolutionary hose coupling from Austrian-based manufacturer HENN is successful across the globe. Steel Europe supplies the material.
Steel Europe partner Meyer Werft builds spectacular cruise liners for customers from all over the world The stern of the ‘Quantum of the Seas’ rises up like a steel skyscraper, nearly touching the ceiling of Meyer’s largest dry dock.