Stakeholders and membership

Our goal is to have a regular, open dialog with our stakeholders. It increases confidence in SSAB’s ability to manage risks and exploit opportunities, which at the same time enhances our development as a company.

Stakeholder groups

  • Existing and potential customers

  • Existing and potential employees

  • Shareholders, investors and financiers

  • Existing and potential suppliers

  • Local communities close to our production sites

  • Government agencies and organizations

Membership of organizations

Globally: Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT), Energy Transitions Commission (ETC), First Movers Coalition

Europe: Eurofer, Corporate Leadership Group (CLG), indirectly via HYBRIT

Sweden: Jernkontoret, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, SKGS – Skogen, Kemin, Gruvorna och Stålet, Fossil Free Sweden,

Finland: Finnish Metal Producers, Large Finnish Electricity Consumers, Federation of Finnish Technology Industries

North America: American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA)

SSAB’s climate policy engagement

SSAB’s collaboration with political decision-makers, on a global, European and national level, aims to inform about opportunities and challenges associated with the decarbonization of the steel industry. Climate policy, energy policy and industrial policy are areas of specific interesting for SSAB, as well as issues related to public funding and efficient permit processes. For lobbying activities in the EU, SSAB is registered in the EU Transparency Register.

SSAB’s climate policy engagement is adopted by the CEO and is based on the corporate strategy, the Code of Conduct and SSAB’s support for the goals in the Paris Agreement.

Please refer to the Annual report for more information on SSAB's climate policy work.