SSAB representatives will participate in more than 20 seminars and round tables during the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP28, in Dubai. Our key message is that we have the technology to get rid of fossil emissions from steelmaking – now we need policymakers to create the enabling framework for a faster roll-out.
Today, in the presence of Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson, SSAB made a start on construction work for an electric arc furnace in Oxelösund. This is an historic milestone for Swedish industry and for the green transformation to fossil-free steelmaking.
During the period 20 - 24 November 2023, SSAB AB (publ) (LEI 529900329VS14ZIML164) has repurchased in total 2,016,000 own shares, of which 492,000 shares of series A (ISIN: SE0000171100) and 1,524,000 shares of series B (ISIN: SE0000120669), as part of the share buy-back program initiated by the Board of Directors with the purpose to adjust the company’s capital structure so as to create greater value for the company’s shareholders.
SSAB has today submitted its application under the Swedish Environmental Code to the Land and Environmental Court at Umeå District Court. The aim of the application is to obtain the necessary permits to transform the existing operations in Luleå to fossil-free production and so contribute to a more sustainable world.
SSAB teams up with GE Vernova Onshore Wind to supply SSAB Zero™ steel for onshore wind towers in North America.
Ruukki Construction, part of the SSAB Group, is partnering with Honkarakenne to pilot the use of SSAB fossil-free steel in roofing products. The first-ever roof made of fossil-free steel will be installed on a Honka log house in Klaukkala, Finland. The piloting is part of Ruukki's efforts to take the construction industry towards carbon-neutral buildings.
The new Kruunuvuori Bridge currently under construction in Helsinki is set to transform the city and become a new landmark in the Finnish capital. Underpinning it all will be over 3,000 tonnes of SSAB Domex® steel.
Flexibility, reliable delivery and responsiveness: these were the reasons why Infra Supply chose SSAB as its pipe supplier for a unique solution for cooling a battery factory in Gothenburg, Sweden. When the project is complete, the spiral-welded steel pressure pipes will transport treated wastewater for cooling the factory, before the water is returned to the district heating system and used to heat people’s homes.
Since switching to SSAB’s Strenx® 700MC E steel, Gsodam, an Austrian manufacturer of vehicles for timber transports, has reduced trailer weight by up to 20 percent. The result of building light and durable is timber trailers with increased load capacity.