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Update November 2010
S-in motion: light automotive concept In October 2010, ArcelorMittal unveiled S-in motion, a new concept for car makers who wish to create lighter, safer and more environmentally friendly vehicles for the 21st Century. S-in motion demonstrates ArcelorMittal’s commitment to the automotive sector with a catalogue of high-tech solutions that can be implemented in production vehicles today.
Opening the door to saving Automotive manufacturers will soon financial penalties if they do not find ways to significantly reduce CO2 emissions over the lifetime of their vehicles. As the world’s largest supplier of automotive steels, ArcelorMittal has undertaken a major study into the application of newly industrialised steels to lighten the weight of a car door.
Luxembourg's World Expo pavilion: a showcase for Indaten®, ArcelorMittal's weathering steel Since its opening in May 2010, a record number of people visited the World Expo in Shanghai, China. One of the most striking buildings on the 5.3 km2 site is the national pavilion of Luxembourg. Designed by architect François Valentiny, the pavilion utilises weathering steel to create a dramatic dialogue between the Expo visitor and nature.
Magnelis®: the fiercest elements require the toughest skin protection Over the years, ArcelorMittal has excelled in the development of metallic coatings that offer a wide range of manufacturing options with outstanding economic, technological and environmental advantages. The latest metallic coating innovation, Magnelis® ensures optimal surface protection against long-term wear and tear.
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