SSAB in Oxelösund is facing major choices in which certain plants will have to be renovated over the next few years. Decisions taken today will affect production for decades to come. The choice involves either making major investments in coal-based technology or investing in a different solution to pursue alternatives to the use of coal.
The application time for the Swedish Steel Prize 2017 ended on February 1, and it turned out a record number of applications, 102, was sent in! The applications came from 32 different countries around the world.
SSAB has, with the combination with Rautaruukki, built a stronger platform for profitable growth. SSAB’s strategy moving forward involves continuing to work for continuous improvements; putting safety first, ensuring production stability and good delivery accuracy, constantly working with cost efficiency and striving for effective sales.