The Packaging Steel business unit has developed a new, high-quality, low-earing packaging steel for the production of particularly thin-walled screw caps.
Ways of looking at a facade
Construction systems made of steel enable buildings to be affordably designed and optimized for energy consumption.
Digital customer portal
Steel Online is pooling all of the sales areas in the steel business.
The future of the automobile
How thyssenkrupp is taking part in the transformation of the automotive industry
Out of the shadows
The thyssenkrupp blue.cruiser: sustainable and suitable for everyday driving
Ready to go: the blue.cruiser
Solar car no. 3 preps for Australia.
A highly charged atmosphere
Electrical steel is an important partner in the energy transformation
Mobility by thyssenkrupp
Electrical steel drives experts and solar car to top performance
End-to-end coil information
Digital transformation influences manufacturing and delivery processes at thyssenkrupp.
“James Bond himself would be jealous”
Researchers in Aachen are studying how cars will be driven in the future.
Once around the world
The InCar®plus demonstrator has already traveled far.
Under the Australian sun
Now that the ES is over, it’s time again for the ES – the same goes for solar cars.
Moving away from paper
In thyssenkrupp’s Steel division, digitization has been underway for years – it started with SteelOnline. Today, all customers can manage their business dealings quickly and directly.
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.
Who isn’t looking for the next Gyro Gearloose?
In today’s competitive world, only the innovative survive. But who can provide a company with the best conditions for this?
The sandwich effect
Lighter, more affordable, higher quality: Steel Europe develops hybrid material litecor® for car bodies.
Megacities – Traffic moves into the third dimension
Over the next 15 years two thirds of the world’s population will live in metropolitan regions. City planners must create an infrastructure concept to match – and InnoCity could be the solution.
The binding element
It is a high-strength material, yet in the event of a crash it absorbs the energy generated upon impact. thyssenkrupp Steel presents tribond®, an all-new steel composite for hot forming. Car manufacturers should take note.
“Knowledge creates ideas. Industry creates solutions.”
Hans Jürgen Kerkhoff, President of the German Steel Federation (WV Stahl), and Matthias Kleiner, President of the Leibniz Association, spoke about the significance of research and the economy for our society.
Sun worshippers in the wind tunnel
By the time the thyssenkrupp SunRiser heads to the World Solar Challenge, it will have completed a whole battery of tests – in the wind tunnel as well.
Improved field of vision finally
The InCar®plus ‘Thin A-pillar’ project from thyssenkrupp Steel Europe delivers better visibility.
Car of the future
With its InCar® plus development project, thyssenkrupp presents over 40 new drive, chassis and steering control and body technology.
Major test in Australia
thyssenkrupp is preparing for the World Solar Challenge: The world championship for solar-powered cars will take place between Darwin and Adelaide this October. The thyssenkrupp team will hit the road in its ‘SunRiser.’
Designer wheels made from steel
Sleek rims and attractive wheels: The steel-CFRP hybrid wheel developed by thyssenkrupp Steel Europe is contributing to reducing costs and weight – while also making the product more environmentally friendly
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.
Simulation in action
thyssenkrupp Steel Europe uses simulations and crash tests to study vehicle safety. This is an ongoing process that provides a critical basis for product development.