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SSAB AB

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Company Information

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SSAB AB

info@ssab.com
www.ssab.com

Press contact

     Via social media

About SSAB


SSAB is a Nordic and US-based steel company. SSAB offers value added products and services developed in close cooperation with its customers to create a stronger, lighter and more sustainable world. SSAB has employees in over 50 countries. SSAB has production facilities in Sweden, Finland and the US. SSAB is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and has a secondary listing on Nasdaq Helsinki. www.ssab.com. Join us also on social media: FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitter and YouTube.

SSAB's vision - a stronger, lighter, more sustainable world


SSAB is a highly-specialized global steel company driven by close relationships with our customers. SSAB develops high-strength steels and provides services for better performance and sustainability.

The company is a leading producer on the global market for Advanced High-Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered Steels (Q&T), strip, plate and tube products, as well as construction solutions. SSAB’s steels and services help to make end products lighter and increase their strength and lifespan.

SSAB has a cost-efficient and flexible production system. SSAB’s production plants in Sweden, Finland and the US have an annual steel production capacity of approximately 8.8 million tonnes. The company also has capacity to process and finish various steel products in China, Brazil and many other countries. In Sweden and Finland, production is integrated into a blast furnace process. In the US, electric arc furnaces are used for a scrap-based production process.

SSAB has been at the forefront of sustainability in many ways. With confidence deriving from our traditions, we now strive to do even more. Our plan is to eliminate all of our CO2 emissions by 2045. 

Publications

Swedish Steel Prize 2017 finalists lead the way with innovative design concepts

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/INS. Truly innovative design concepts pushing utilization of high-strength steels to the limits characterize this year’s four finalists for the Swedish Steel Prize. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Stockholm on May 11.

Ponsse wins Swedish Steel Prize 2015

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<p>Ponsse wins Swedish Steel Prize 2015. ©SSAB</p>

/INS . This year’s winner of the international Swedish Steel Prize is Ponsse from Finland. The prize is awarded for the company’s new generation of forest harvester, the Scorpion. Ponsse has with high-strength steel realized a revolutionary design which improves both performance and comfort.

Terex Cranes innovative Boom Booster Kit named finalist for 2015 Swedish Steel Prize

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<p><br />TEREX Cranes Germany, adaptable crane section (Boom Booster), Germany. </p> (photo: CHRISTIAN LANG)

/INS . With its innovative Boom Booster Kit, global crane manufacturer Terex Cranes can dramatically increase the performance of its existing cranes. The Boom Booster Kit is an easy-to-assemble and transport boom system that increases crane load capacity more than 90 percent. Terex Cranes Germany is one of four finalists for this year’s Swedish Steel Prize.

New generation forest harvester from Finnish Ponsse named finalist for the 2015 Swedish Steel Prize

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<p>Ponsse Plc, forest harvester, Finland. </p> (photo: Studio Sami Helenius Oy)

/INS .Finnish company Ponsse Plc gave its designers a free hand to create a new generation of forest harvester. The result was the Ponsse Scorpion, built around the operator with a focus on ergonomics. High-strength steels enabled Ponsse to improve both harvester performance and control. The Ponsse Scorpion has been named one of four finalists for this year’s Swedish Steel Prize.

New rail transportation system from Milotek finalist for the Swedish Steel Prize 2015

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/INS . The South African company Milotek Pty Ltd has developed a completely new, innovative and environmentally aware system for high-capacity heavy transportation: a modular elevated track with self-propelled trains. The Futran System creatively utilizes high-strength steel in several different parts of the structure. Milotek is one of four finalists for this year’s Swedish Steel Prize.