Latest press releases

May 14
Other press releases

Waste heat from SSAB Hämeenlinna to be used in district heating network

SSAB and energy company Loimua have agreed on the utilization of waste heat from SSAB Hämeenlinna (Finland) in the Hämeenlinna district heating network. Loimua will build a heating and cooling plant on SSAB's site. The plant will have a heating capacity of around 10 MW and produce approximately 70 GWh of district heat per year. This corresponds to the heating needs of approximately 3,000 single-family houses and covers around 15% of Hämeenlinna's heating needs.

Apr 29
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SSAB and Nordec agree on deliveries of fossil-free steel

SSAB and Nordec have agreed on deliveries of fossil-free steel. Nordec will use the fossil-free steel in, for example, frame structures for buildings, façades and bridges.

Apr 24
Regulatory press releases

Interim report Q1 2024: High-strength steels resilient in a weak market

The first quarter · Revenue was SEK 27,148 (31,904) million · Operating result was SEK 3,157 (4,733) million · Earnings per share were SEK 2.57 (3.59) · Net cash was SEK 18.2 (15.6) billion · Investment decision of EUR 4.5 billion for fossil-free steel mill in Luleå

Other news

May 20
Other news

Ruukki introduces new LowCarbon offering: emission reductions of up to 70%

Ruukki Construction, a subsidiary of SSAB Group, launches a new Ruukki® LowCarbon offering, which aims to respond to ever-tightening environmental regulations and customer needs to reduce the lifecycle emissions of their buildings. The first product in the range is Ruukki® Classic LowCarbon, a roof profile which has an emissions impact that is up to 70% lower than that of a roofing profile made of standard steel. In Scandinavia, the corresponding roofing range will be offered under the name Plannja Infinity.

Apr 19
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Second phase of FOSSA collaboration starts

The second phase of the joint project FOSSA (Fossil-free Steel Applications) coordinated by SSAB Europe has received a positive financing decision from Business Finland. The project supports SSAB’s goal of building a fossil-free value chain from steel production to the end customer.

Apr 11
Other news

SSAB and Manitou Group agree on deliveries of fossil-free steel

SSAB has signed a letter of intent for deliveries of fossil-free steel to Manitou Group. Deliveries are set to start in 2026 and ramp up as SSAB’s fossil-free steel production capacity increases. This agreement meets the ambitions of the two companies to significantly reduce their direct and indirect carbon emissions.

Latest articles

Apr 30
Customer story

Thompsons reduces tipper weight while increasing payload capacity with Hardox® wear steel

The last few years has seen Thompsons become a true market leader in the UK. One of the explanations for this is its tipper bodies made of both Hardox® 500 Tuf and Strenx® 900MC steel, which have reduced tipper body weight by up to 500 kilos. This in turn has meant that customers have received tippers with increased load capacity.

Feb 29
Customer story

Al Jeathen reduces tipper weight while increasing payload capacity with Hardox® 500 Tuf steel

Since making Hardox® 500 Tuf steel its material of choice, leading Saudi Arabian heavy-transport equipment manufacturer Al Jeathen has seen its products last longer, weigh less and become more sustainable.

Jan 30
Customer story

How Stirmot makes stronger, yet lighter agricultural machines with Strenx® steel

Meet the Big Bull, the state-of-the-art agricultural machine that can do two jobs at once: collect cuttings and bale them too. With a working width of 13.8 meters, it is the widest windrower in the world today. Yet, it can also be folded up for easier transportation. For agricultural contractors, the machine delivers improved efficiency and reduced costs.