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ThyssenKrupp Steel
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Second hot-dip coating line to be built in China
30 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel, Duisburg, and ANSC Angang New Steel Co, Anshan, are to build a second hot-dip coating line on the site of their joint venture TAGAL in Dalian in the north of China. The decision was taken by the two companies in April; the contracts with the equipment manufacturer CMI and consortium partners Siemens and Drever were signed today in Anshan. Construction work commenced already.
Construction elements group to be focused more strongly on target markets
29 July, 2007
To guarantee profitability and development opportunities for the future, ThyssenKrupp Steel is focusing its construction elements group, which plays a major role in the value chain in the processing of carbon steel flat products, more strongly on the target markets in Western and Eastern Europe.
Program Future: ThyssenKrupp Steel rejuvenates workforce by retention of 1.000 finished apprentices
28 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG is to cut the working time of its tariff employees from 35 to 34 hours a week. This will make a significant contribution to the necessary rejuvenation of the workforce. Over the full term of the agreement up until 2013, 500 new jobs will be created and a total of 1,000 additional finished apprentices will be retained. The agreement was concluded between the company, the general works council, the union IG Metall and the employer association.
Major order for DAVEX lightweight profiles
27 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH has supplied around 52,000 meters of DAVEX lightweight profiles for the new logistics center of Rhenus Logistics on the Logport site in Duisburg. The profiles are used as horizontal beams in a high-bay storage system offering space for 34,000 pallets.
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme: 80,000 square meters of Thermodach roofing for South Africa
26 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH is to supply 80,000 square meters of Thermodach construction elements with Triplex joints for a new plant of the South African chipboard manufacturer PG Bison Ltd. The elements will be used to build the roofs of a multi-section building complex for the plant
T3: ThyssenKrupp Steel with new manufacturing technology for automotive lightweighting
25 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG has significantly advanced the technology for manufacturing weight- and cost-optimized tubular components for cars. A pilot press recently went into operation which drastically shortens the manufacturing route for tubular parts.
PLADUR-Wrinkle for steel roof tiles
24 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG. The Profit Center specializes in organic finishes, paint or polymer films applied to steel sheet by coil coating. PLADUR-Wrinkle is a paint coating that owes its name to its special wrinkly surface. The finish gives the steel the appearance of ceramic roof tiles. PLADUR-Wrinkle is used among other things for sandwich panels and profiled steel sheets for roofing.
New product options for PLADUR M
23 July, 2007
PLADUR M is an organic coated steel which is now being used by a leading home appliance manufacturer in the production of kitchen ranges. PLADUR M was developed by the coating specialists of ThyssenKrupp Steel AG and is available in different options giving users diverse possibilities for the individual design of their products.
Writing wine history with Agozal DoubleDip
22 July, 2007
Clemens Busch, a winegrower in the German town of P
TriBond: Innovative composite with tailored properties
21 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG developed its new three-layer composite TriBond in collaboration with C.D. W
ThyssenKrupp Tailored Strips open up new possibilities
20 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Tailored Blanks GmbH is opening up further areas of application for its steel tailored products with the introduction of new, 1,200 millimeter wide tailored strips. While the previously available tailored strips in widths of up to 700 millimeters were mainly used for weight-optimized profiles, the new product has been specially developed for use in progressive/compound dies, used by auto manufacturers and suppliers to produce roof frames, roof cross rails and seat cross members among other parts.
ThyssenKrupp Stahl-Service-Center: Concepts for steel
19 July, 2007
The ThyssenKrupp steel service centers are presenting examples of their products and services for the automotive industry at Euroblech. Applications from the areas of body outer panels, body-in-white, closures and interior equipment both for cars and trucks show that ThyssenKrupp steel service centers offer solutions for the most diverse customer requirements.
Mobile rooms using DAVEX lightweight profiles
18 July, 2007
DAVEX lightweight profiles are now making inroads in the area of container construction. This lightweight variant of the DAVEX beam quickly gained popularity with manufacturers of high bay storage systems and has now also become established in the construction of containers.
Medium-wide strip for innovative steel products
17 July, 2007
Erdrich Umformtechnik GmbH, a member of the Sander group, achieves weight savings of 35 percent in the production of brake pistons using medium-wide strip from Hoesch Hohenlimburg GmbH. The S
Accelerated time to production with TEM
16 July, 2007
The path from part design to stable production is a long one. But thanks to ThyssenKrupp Steel Extrapolation Method this path is now a little shorter, at least in the area of sheet metal forming. TEM is a new computational model which can greatly reduce the amount of testing required to determine material characteristics. At the same time it offers significantly more realistic data than previous commonly used formulae.
ThyssenKrupp Steel and JFE Steel renew comprehensive cooperation agreement
15 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG, Germany, and JFE Steel Corporation, Japan, have agreed to extend their Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement for another five years. The agreement concerns the joint development of automotive steel sheet as well as related research and development.
ThyssenKrupp Steel helps employees find childcare
14 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Steel AG has put together a package of measures aimed at making the company even more family-friendly: employees have had free access to the services of an organization known as
EBA 2 in Duisburg-Beeckerwerth back in operation
13 July, 2007
Electrolytic coating line 2 in Duisburg-Beeckerwerth, which was badly damaged by fire on September 14, 2005, has been put back into operation. Following the fire, a reconstruction strategy had to be drawn up which received approval. EBA 2 specializes in extremely high-quality products for the auto industry, such as thin film coated sheet. It is planned to equip the line with modules for further innovative coating technologies in the future.
ThyssenKrupp DAVEX and ems Isoliersysteme: New approach to cold room construction
12 July, 2007
Ems Isoliersysteme GmbH and ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH are demonstrating a new approach to cold room construction at Bau, using a walk-in freezer as an example. On the ThyssenKrupp Steel booth the two companies will be showing how cold storage rooms can be built at lower cost using continuously manufactured insulating panels. The concept is based on using innovative roll-joined DAVEX profiles as connecting elements for insulating panels manufactured by ems.
Roof and support structure in one: Hoesch Arched Roof
11 July, 2007
The railway station in the Belgian city of Leuven now has a bright new look: a roof made from Hoesch Arched Roof elements not only keeps travelers warm and dry, it also gives the station in the tradition-steeped university city a futuristic touch of high-tech.
PLADUR-Wrinkle for steel roof tiles
10 July, 2007
Making steel look like ceramic is a cinch for the Color Profit Center of ThyssenKrupp Steel AG. The Profit Center specializes in organic finishes, paint or polymer films applied to steel sheet by coil coating.
Pinch-resistant sectional door elements exhibited by ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH
09 July, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH exhibited pinch-resistant sectional door elements at Bau. The system has been patented for ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme and can be used easily by any door manufacturer to produce safe garage and industrial doors.
New steel sandwich panel especially designed for high-class facades
24 June, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH is presenting Hoesch Matrix, a new steel sandwich panel especially designed for high-class facades, at Bau.
Flush-mounted windows for steel facades supplied by ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH
23 June, 2007
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH now supplies complete window frames for its isowand integral construction elements. Developed in cooperation with a window manufacturer, the frames are made of thermal break aluminum profiles precisely tailored to the specific joint geometry and dimensions of the isowand integral elements. This allows both single and strip windows to be flush-mounted in steel facades.
Built with ReflectionsCinc: the WIP Center in Trier
22 June, 2007
The WIP science park is being built in the Petrisberg area of the German city of Trier roughly half way between the downtown area and the university. The 30-hectare site offers space and infrastructure in particular for companies providing knowledge-based services.
New patterned finish ReflectionsCinc
25 June, 2006
Based on the successful color collection ReflectionsOne, ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme is now offering an additional design option for a new color experience in building with steel. The characteristic feature of the new finish called ReflectionsCinc is a printed spangle pattern. Like the ReflectionsOne collection, it was developed in association with the renowned color designer Friedrich Ernst von Garnier.
New: Stainless steel DAVEX beams
25 June, 2006
Having successfully launched its carbon steel DAVEX profiles and established a Europe-wide distribution network, Gelsenkirchen/Germany-based ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH is now introducing a new product: DAVEX profiles of stainless steel.
Anti-graffiti facade elements from ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme
24 June, 2006
Anyone building a house wants it to keep looking as good as new for as long as possible. That's why the company Straub Etiketten GmbH chose an anti-graffiti coating for the facade of its new factory building in Fehrbellin in the German state of Brandenburg. This new surface not only provides protection against graffiti artists, it also stays cleaner longer than conventional steel facades and is easier to clean. The only supplier of steel construction elements with anti-graffiti coating is ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH, headquartered in Kreuztal in Germany's Siegerland region.
Pearl effect: Beauty in the eye of the beholder
24 June, 2006
The appearance of products from Thyssen Krupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH with pearl-effect coatings changes depending on where they are seen from. This effect, which can provide visual highlights for the facades of residential and commercial buildings, is created by so-called interference pigments. ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme GmbH is exhibiting construction elements with the pearl-effect coating in hall 1, booth 410.
Ski Dubai: Insulating panels and DAVEX beams for skiing at plus 40 degrees
23 June, 2006
Isocab N.V., a Belgian-based subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Steel AG, and ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH, Gelsenkirchen, have supplied insulating panels and facade beams for an indoor ski resort in Dubai. The resort in the United Arab Emirates' biggest city was opened to the public in January. The insulating panels, developed for cold room construction, were used for the interior walls and roof of the indoor skiing center. ThyssenKrupp DAVEX supplied its innovative DAVEX beams for a glass facade.
ReflectionsLume: The nature of steel
23 June, 2006
A design principle frequently used by architects and planners is to make building materials visible and emphasize their character. After all, the personality of a building is determined not only by its shape and color, but also by the materials it is built with.
New steel construction elements with roofing tile look
22 June, 2006
Isowelle Dach, the sandwich element for pitched roofs from ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme, is now available with a new wrinkle coating. Wrinkle coatings are textured color coatings which give steel construction elements a similar appearance to ceramic roofing tiles. Compared with existing matt coatings, the surfaces are also less sensitive to dirt and easier to clean. Isowelle Dach elements with wrinkle finish are available in red or black, the classic colors for roofing tiles.
ThyssenKrupp Service Acier: New slitting line for high-strength steels
22 June, 2006
ThyssenKrupp Service Acier, a French subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Stahl-Service-Center GmbH, has begun operation of a new slitting line. The line can process steels with strengths of up to 1,400 megapascals and was installed in response to increasing demand from automotive customers for high-strength steels.
More economical: DAVEX lightweight profiles for drywall construction and high bay storage
21 June, 2006
Same strength, lower weight, lower cost: the new lightweight profiles from ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH. The Gelsenkirchen-based company has developed double-T profiles of thin steel sheet for use in drywall construction, storage systems and lightweight load-bearing steel structures. The DAVEX lightweight profiles offer the same strength as conventional beams but weigh up to 50 percent less. As they use less material, ThyssenKrupp DAVEX GmbH can offer its products at lower cost.
Prepainted automotive steel direct from coil
21 June, 2006
After introducing its concept for preprimed and prefilled steel sheet at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show 2003, ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG is now demonstrating that the material is ready for production use in the auto industry.
Cold room panels for a new event concept
20 June, 2006
A 'showcase for high-end design', that's how Frankfurt's trade show organizers are promoting the new international event 'The Design Annual', to be staged in the Frankfurt Festhalle from May 6 to 20. With their concept for the exhibition booths, architects Reed Kram and Clemens Wei
High-strength sheet in outer skin quality
20 June, 2006
The Auto Division of ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG has investigated the possibility of using advanced high-strength steels for exposed automotive body panels. Large outer skin panels offer great potential for weight reduction.
New laser optical element for welding tailored blanks
19 June, 2006
A working group from ThyssenKrupp Steel AG led by Stefan Wischmann has won the 'Lasertechnik 2006' Innovation Award for the development of a new laser welding optical element. Wischmann (34) heads the Beam and Sensor Technology department in the Auto division of ThyssenKrupp Steel. He and his team developed the innovative Beam Control Optic to provide greater precision, quality and productivity in the laser welding of non-linear tailored blanks. Wischmann received the award, presented biennially by 'Arbeitskreis Lasertechnik e.V.', in the 'Aula Carolina' in Aachen.
New dust collection system for sinter belt 3 in operation
19 June, 2006
Step by step, ThyssenKrupp Stahl is carrying out the
New materials portal online
21 September, 2005
Initiativkreis Ruhrgebiet, an association of representatives from 58 major corporations in Germany's Rhine-Ruhr area, has launched a new online materials portal in collaboration with ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG and the new materials organization NeMa. A free, comprehensive information and communications forum is now available at (German only) which links players in the materials sector and provides information on current trends to the general public.
Green light for continued pursuit of steel mill project in Brazil
19 August, 2005
The supervisory bodies of ThyssenKrupp have endorsed the continued pursuit of the project to build a steel mill in Brazil. Based on the findings of the feasibility study and having reached agreement on key fundamental areas of the steel mill project, the supervisory boards discussed the project and unanimously reached a positive assessment. Final decisions will be made at their next meetings after clarification of various external factorrs.
Schwelgern dock Duisburg, World s most modern, cleanest coking plant goes into operation
13 March, 2003
A mammoth project is complete: After a construction period lasting just under three years the first battery of the new coking plant at Schwelgern harbor in Duisburg went into operation on March 13, the second battery will follow in roughly three months. The owner CARBONARIA Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. and the plant managing company KBS Kokereibetriebsgesellschaft Schwelgern GmbH celebrated the official opening together with guests from politics and public life as well as representatives of ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG, the coking plant's main customer.
ThyssenKrupp Stahl supplies colored steel sheet for commercial and industrial building
14 January, 2003
In the past few years, a silent revolution has been taking place at ThyssenKrupp Stahl: wherever the company has erected new facilities and buildings on its own premises, the standard drab facades of previous decades have been replaced by attractive colors.
A new look with steelArt
14 January, 2003
SteelArt is the name of a new steel sheet facade system from ThyssenKrupp Stahl featuring elegant soft-edge facade elements which fit snugly to the front of any building and give a special shine to an otherwise dull city landscape.
Steel plus flexible thin-film solar modules from ThyssenKrupp Bausysteme
14 January, 2003
Since 1999, Dinslaken/Germany-based ThyssenKrupp Bausysteme has been offering a unique modular solar energy system based on steel profiles which not only provides a simple method of renovating facades and roofs but also gives buildings a new look in colors matched to their surroundings, architecture and use, while at the same time generating electricity from the sun's rays. The latest elements in the range of Thyssen-Solartec modules also feature an integrated insulating layer of PUR hard foam to prevent heat loss.
ThyssenKrupp Davex GmbH targets higher profile for beams
14 January, 2003
ThyssenKrupp Davex GmbH, a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Tailored Blanks, is set to liven up the building, steel and vehicle industries with the production of individualized beams and profiles. From the middle of this year the company will begin operating a pilot facility at Gelsenkirchen/Germany which will join slit strip continuously into profiles and beams using the Davex process.
Fire resistant structural steel opens up new perspectives in architecture
14 January, 2003
FR 30 is the simple abbreviation for a fire-resistant steel which was recently approved for building use and could revolutionize architecture and the building industry. While architects are not unfamiliar with steel as a material of construction, they are still very reluctant to use it due to strict fire protection regulations.
Form, color & function at ThyssenKrupp Stahl in Duisburg-Beeckerwerth
10 October, 2002
Europe's largest solar power project has started operation in Duisburg-Beeckerwerth: as part of a fourmonth modernization, ThyssenKrupp Stahl has given its hot strip slitting facility an attractive new look with a steel facade designed by Essen-based architects Czerny-Gunia in a color scheme by Friedrich Ernst von Garnier.
World premiere: First magnesium strip produced by casting-rolling
26 September, 2002
'The first important step has been taken. We are well on the way to producing magnesium sheets at competitive cost,' says Dr. Ulrich Jaroni, director of technology and responsible for research and development at ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG. The Duisburg-based company holds leading world market positions in carbon steel and in processing technologies for lightweight automotive materials.
New tailored blanks companies in Mexico and Italy
02 July, 2001
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