SSAB’s key stakeholders are those who are impacted by SSAB’s operations and activities, and who similarly impact SSAB.
The following groups are considered as being the most important stakeholder groups:
Other stakeholders SSAB interacts actively with include the media, analysts, regulators, various research bodies and partner organizations, research institutes, universities and vocational schools.
SSAB aims for regular, honest and transparent interaction with its stakeholders. We actively maintain and develop stakeholder relations and draw on information obtained from them when developing our operations, products and services. Transparent and continuous dialog increases the trust in SSAB’s ability to manage risks and utilize opportunities, which at the same time enhances the development of the company.
The following table lists SSAB’s key memberships by country or area.
|Area or country||Organizations|
|Globally||The Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT), Energy Transitions Commission (ETC)|
|Europe||Eurofer, Euroslag, Eurometal, Corporate Leadership Group (CLG) |
(indirectly, through the membership of Hybrit Development AB)
|North America||American Iron and Steel institute (AISI), National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), |
Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA)
Jernkontoret, Svenskt Näringsliv (Confederation of Swedish Enterprise),
|Finland||Metallinjalostajat ry, Suomen ElFi, Teräsrakenneyhdistys TRY, Rakennustuoteteollisuus RTT, |
Teknologiateollisuus ry, Hiilitieto ry