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Case Study: Quality assurance for chill casting with the optical emission spectrometer foundry-master smart

29.03.2024

Krause Präzisions-Kokillenguss GmbH is a second-generation, family-run midsize foundry established in Germany in 1977.
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AI accelerates steel industry transformation

28.03.2024

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Realisation agreement for the connection of thyssenkrupp Steel to the future hydrogen network has been signed

21.03.2024

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Different solutions needed to decarbonise the global steel industry

18.03.2024

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SMS group: Green hydrogen for the Brazilian steel indu

16.03.2024

The energy supplier Eletrobras and SMS group have agreed to collaborate on the production of green hydrogen. The aim is to decarbonize industrial processes in the Brazilian steel industry.
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EcoLine: The new entry into the ABP furnace world

15.03.2024

Easy to order and install, quick to use: EcoLine provides new entry-level product
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Casting mission in the far north!

15.03.2024

In order to be equipped for the future, Alteams Finland decided to invest in a new low pressure casting machine from Kurtz. Joint discussions were held to determine how this casting machine, adapted to the needs of Alteams, should be equipped.
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Tosyali Algerie installs coil coating line

15.03.2024

With a maximum speed of up to 210 m/min, the line will be the world's fastest coating line for steel coils.
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Biden: US Steel “must remain domestically owned and operated”

15.03.2024

Speaking on March 14, US President Joe Biden stated that he is opposed to Japan-based steelmaker Nippon Steel Corporation’s planned acquisition of US steelmaker United States Steel Corporation (US Steel).
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Voestalpine plans sale of Buderus

15.03.2024

The Austrian steel manufacturer Voestalpine has announced the sale of its subsidiary Buderus Edelstahl. In addition, the Automotive Components division in Germany is to be restructured.
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