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  • Similar to working with clay, high-strength steel is made to “flow”. Thanks to this innovative technology, customers of thyssenkrupp can reduce the weight of steel parts by up to 50 percent. For the automotive industry this is highly relevant.

  • “Forming steel like pottery” – the new hot flow-forming machine at thyssenkrupp Steel Europe.

  • Thomas Flöth (left), senior applications engineer at thyssenkrupp, and Prof. Hans Ferkel, head of the thyssenkrupp research unit, inaugurate the new flow-forming machine.

  • (f.l.t.r.) Federal Minister of Labor Andrea Nahles, CHRO thyssenkrupp AG Oliver Burkhard, CHRO thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG Thomas Schlenz.

  • The meeting of the G20 Labor Ministers with Andrea Nahles was under the motto "For a fair and social future". The Federal Minister of Labor had invited to thyssenkrupp to introduce her concept of "Dual Education" to her international colleagues.

  • The meeting of the G20 Labor The meeting of the G20 Labor Ministers with Andrea Nahles was under the motto "For a fair and social future". Ministers with Andrea Nahles was under the motto "For a fair and social future".

  • The meeting of the G20 Labor Ministers with Andrea Nahles was under the motto "For a fair and social future".

  • The meeting of the G20 Labor Ministers with Andrea Nahles was under the motto "For a fair and social future".

  • Dust has no chance: thyssenkrupp’s new fabric filter even catches nano-particles. It improves the environmental situation in Duisburg significantly.”

  • View from above: thyssenkrupp’s steel division has installed an advanced fabric filter (new stack on the left).

  • The new fabric filter provides additional dust removal from sinter belt 3.

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