Dongkuk Steel Mill seeks furnace efficiency from Tenova

Dongkuk Steel Mill seeks furnace efficiency from Tenova

16th May, 2024

Dongkuk Steel Mill Co. Ltd, a leading Korean steelmaker, has recently contracted Tenova Goodfellow Inc, a subsidiary of Tenova, a Techint Group Company and developer and provider of sustainable solutions for the green transition of the metals industry, to improve its furnace efficiency.

Kanthal to expand production in Japan with SEK 100m investment

Kanthal to expand production in Japan with SEK 100m investment

16th May, 2024

Industrial heating solutions provider Kanthal has announced plans to expand its production capacity in Sakura, Japan, with an investment of approximately SEK 100 million.

LIBERTY successfully completes magnetite testing for green steel project

LIBERTY successfully completes magnetite testing for green steel project

16th May, 2024

LIBERTY Primary Metals Australia (LIBERTY), part of GFG Alliance, has successfully tested its magnetite at specialised facilities in Egypt and Canada.

Latest issue: April

April

Things are never quite what they seem, ask Philip K Dick – although that’s impossible as he’s been dead since 1982. He did, however, write a lot about alternative universes. In The Man in the High Castle, for example, he imagined a world where Hitler had won the war, and there are many other examples in the many strange and thought-provoking novels written by the great man. You might have noticed of late that steel magazines and conferences have focused heavily on decarbonization. All the talk about hydrogen steelmaking and the importance of scrap and DRI and renewable energy might intimate that lots is being done and it won’t be long before the global steel industry is as green as the grass courts at Wimbledon. Well, a lot is being done – a hell of a lot – and there are many…