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  • Update May 2012

Main topics:

  • Stretching the frontiers
    ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe (FCE) strengthens supplies to the Maghreb region of North Africa to support customer expansion plans. This region is becoming an increasingly large market for FCE as our customers begin to open factories and facilities in the region. Like Renault, one of our automotive customers.


  • Strength and adaptability
    Launched in March 2012, Amstrong® is the new name for ArcelorMittal’s extensive range of high-performance advanced high strength steels for industry. Amstrong® steels have superb properties, and deliver considerable advantages with real added value for the mechanical construction and engineering industry.


  • Energize steelmaking!
    Energy accounts for approximately one-third of the cost of a tonne of liquid steel. To reduce this figure and improve our environmental footprint, ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe (FCE) has launched Energize – a project to identify new and existing process improvements which effectively reduce energy use and to implement them at all FCE mills.


  • The ArcelorMittal Orbit
    The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a landmark sculpture on the site of the 2012 London Olympics, providing an unparalleled view of the Olympic site. Built from over 60% recycled steel and 114.5 metres high, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is also an opportunity for ArcelorMittal to showcase the strength and versatility of steel.


And also:

  • Electrifying S-in motion
    Advanced high strength steels prove their value in a new leightweight solution for electrical vehicles

  • Case hardening steels combine external toughness with a flexible core

  • Aluzinc®: a unique metallic coating combining attractive aesthetics with demonstrated durability

  • ArcelorMittal adds value for appliance makers

  • Keeping shipyards afloat

  • Easyfilm® Ready-to-Paint 

  • New solutions for energy markets