In ten years, every second ton of steel produced globally should be green.
Prof. Dr. Stefan Lechtenboehmer of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy assesses the transformation of the German steel industry in an interview with the editors of steelcompact. Steel will not become green overnight. Until the changeover to hydrogen-based direct reduction, real CO2 savings from the classic blast furnace process will be accounted for in green steel products.
We want to be at the forefront of emission-free production of packaging steel
Dr. Peter Biele, CEO of thyssenkrupp Rasselstein, talks about the new consumer platform "Weissblech kommt weiter", improvements in the sustainability of packaging steel and future plans for the more than 260-year-old traditional company.
Georgios Giovanakis about the advantages of powercore®
Three questions to the CEO of Electrical Steel
thyssenkrupp Steel is certified in line with IAT 16949
“smartform® is the solution”
Eva Maria Kolodziej on the collaboration with Volkswagen
“Expertise is important”
VW’s Ilda Hujdur knows what matters when it comes to hot forming
Truly smart: An innovation in forming technology
Wouldn’t it be fantastic to be able to reliably process dimensionally stable components made from ultra-high-strength steel grades? The new smartform® method now makes that possible.
Blades and sled ready!
thyssenkrupp has qualified for the Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.
No electromobility without steel
An interview with André Matusczyk, Head of Sales Automotive of thyssenkrupp Steel
From startup to car manufacturer
“People have shortcomings”
Valentin Nowotny speaks about harmony in a group and agile companies.
Staying in shape
thyssenkrupp now also delivers custom shaped blanks thanks to cooperation between the steelmaking and service operations.
Making use of steel mill gas
thyssenkrupp launched the Carbon2Chem® project to research ways to economically utilize CO2.
Steel heals itself
Dierk Raabe of MPI is on the lookout for smart materials.
We are gaining speed
The NGOflex campaign aims to provide fast, flexible deliveries.
“James Bond himself would be jealous”
Researchers in Aachen are studying how cars will be driven in the future.
Crashing on command
From now on, thyssenkrupp’s Steel division can conduct even more crash tests at the Dortmund, Germany location.
“We think outside the box.”
Service is a top priority in thyssenkrupp’s Steel division.
Once again, three forward-looking projects were recognized at the Steel Innovation Contest.
“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).
It’s all in the mix
A new sinter test facility determines the most efficient and environmentally friendly way to use raw materials.