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Corus Automotive
Luchthavenweg 18
NL-5657 EB
[t] +31 40 237 9800
[f] +31 40 246 4577

Corus is one of the leading suppliers of steel products, services and technology to the automotive industry. A broad range of Corus steel from strip, engineering steels, special strip and tubes are used to make products that go into automotive applications including body-in-white, closures, chassis and suspension systems, powertrain, seats, safety systems and other components. Corus is committed to the global automotive industry, and, uniquely, combines its materials and vehicle engineering knowledge to respond cost-effectively to key drivers of importance to the sector, such as safety, fuel-efficiency, innovation and the environment. The Company actively supports supply chain initiatives that improve efficiency and enhance the value of steel used in automotive applications. Corus Group Plc is one of the world's largest metal producers with an annual turnover of

Corus' new distribution centre at Scunthorpe significantly enhances product quality in just six months
20 April, 2006
Reduces damage delivery by 85% Distribution centre will help meet continued growth to emerging markets in China and eastern Europe Increased delivery quality helps reduce manufacturing downtime for customers
Corus supports SDF to optimise con-rod manufacture for automotive customers
20 April, 2006
Corus, the international steel company, is working closely with Smethwick Drop Forge (SDF) the UK's leading forger of connecting rods for passenger and commercial vehicles, to help optimise the design and manufacture of existing con-rods. - Development work leads to significant weight reduction opportunities - Reduced weight helps automakers meet stringent environmental targets - Improved machining reduces manufacturing costs
Corus and Salzgitter announce joint product development of High Strength and Ductility (HSD)-steels
03 November, 2005
Automotive chassis and crash structures will benefit from mass reduction and improved impact resistance with High Strength and Ductility (HSD)-steels.
Automotive Industry in the UK is Alive and Well
30 October, 2005
Professor Garel Rhys addresses leading figures from UK automotive supply chain. Need to invest in R&D to stay competitive. Technical innovation key to future success
Corus Neotec fuel tank material to help Proton meet environmental challenges
03 August, 2005
Corus has won a contract to supply Proton with advanced Neotec steel. This will be used in the manufacture of fuel tanks for one of the carmaker's latest additions to its popular GEN-2 range, the 1.6 GSX.
Racing for Holland to use new suspension technology developed by Creuat and Corus in Le-Mans 24 Hour
15 June, 2005
The Racing for Holland team entry in this year's gruelling 24-hour Le Mans race will be using a unique hydropneumatic interconnected suspension system designed to maximise the racecars' traction, grip and stability, which ultimately will help it go faster.
Advanced steel solutions key to addressing environmental challenges for vehicle fluid handling systems
02 June, 2005
Speaking at the European Automotive Components Expo in Stuttgart, Guido Wolf, manager strategic marketing, Corus Special Strip, told delegates how innovative new steels from Corus for vehicle fluid handling systems will help the automotive industry overcome existing and future environmental and technical challenges.
Consistent delivery of high quality material and service secures major contract for Corus
31 May, 2005
The ability to supply consistent, high quality material and meet stringent service and delivery goals has secured a major contract for Corus to supply Stadco, one of Europe's leading automotive body-in-white specialists, with a wide range of cut and pressed panel blanks.
Corus provides Materials Expertise for Formula Student Racing Teams
29 April, 2005
Corus, the international metals company, is once again supporting some of Europe's leading student race teams - the Universities of Birmingham, Delft and Warwick - in the 2005 International Formula Student programme.
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