Concern expressed over wind tower dumping

Concern expressed over wind tower dumping

21st October, 2020

The European Commission has today initiated an investigation into the dumping of wind towers on the EU market from China. Wind towers – used to make renewable electricity – are principally built using steel, and the opening of this investigation shows that steel-using sectors also need adequate trade remedies.

Deutsche Edelstahlwerke accelerates sustainable solutions

Deutsche Edelstahlwerke accelerates sustainable solutions

21st October, 2020

Deutsche Edelstahlwerke (DEW) is accelerating the development of its steel solutions for applications such as electric mobility, wind power and fuel cells.

Liberty embarks upon TK acquisition process

Liberty embarks upon TK acquisition process

20th October, 2020

Global steelmaker Liberty Steel Group has made a non-binding indicative offer (NBIO) as part of a thyssenkrupp-led process to acquire the steel activities of thyssenkrupp.

Latest issue: September 2020

September 2020

I’ve been looking back over recent leader articles, as I tend to do when it’s time to write this column. In truth, I always have a few ideas in my head. However, I notice that all of my missives, going back to March, revolve around COVID-19 and how we’re not out of the woods yet or we’ve got to stick it out and so forth.

Infact, when I look back over our news pages, it’s interesting to note that, early on, there are loads of virus-related images, but they fade out as the months pass. In this issue’s news pages there’s just one related graphic at the top left hand side of page seven, which is odd when you consider that global media companies are pedalling doom and gloom around a second wave of the pandemic.

The problem with trying to create a panic among the people with…