The next step on your fossil-free journey – SSAB Zero™ and fossil-free steel from SSAB

Available On-demand
60 Min

Since 2021, SSAB has been supplying small quantities of fossil-free steel for prototypes and small batch production runs. It has been a huge success. Now SSAB is taking another big step towards reducing the steel industry’s carbon footprint. The new SSAB Zero™ steel is not only produced without fossil emissions in our own plants, it is also made from recycled steel. A sustainable offering, which is seeing strong demand from the market.

This webinar is also available April 25 at 15.00 CET.

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In this webinar, we dive deeper into SSAB’s transition to fossil-free steel production, SSAB Zero™, and how they complement each other.

The webinar will answer questions including the following:

  • What is the timetable for the transition to fossil-free steel production?
  • What is the latest news about SSAB’s new plants in Luleå and Raahe?
  • What is SSAB Zero™ and how is it produced?
  • How does SSAB Zero™ complement SSAB’s fossil-free steel?
  • When will SSAB Zero™ and SSAB’s fossil-free steel be available on the market?

Thomas Hörnfeldt

Vice President Sustainable Business, SSAB

Thomas has unique insights in how to incorporate sustainability into the business model of the organization. He has an MSc from Stockholm Technical University and an MBA from Uppsala University. He has vast experience in general management & sales, market intelligence as well as sustainability.



Johan Anderson

Market development, SSAB Special Steels

Johan Anderson is an inquisitive person, which has led him into a range of different management positions in sales, marketing, business development and product selection. Currently he is working with global strategy projects within SSAB.


Jonas Larsson

Head of Environment, SSAB Sweden

Jonas Larsson is responsible for product-related environmental issues such as life cycle analyses (LCA), environmental product declarations (EPD), as well as environmental goals and follow-up within SSAB. He has worked at SSAB for more than 20 years and also has a degree in mechanical engineering.