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Here are all the news from Marcegaglia and worldwide steel industry.


Organic growth and worldwide integration Marcegaglia

Accounting today for about 22% of group turnover, Marcegaglia's stainless steel activities are strongly based on a consolidated presence in the welded tube sector – as the world's top producer – with a new focus on hot rolled and cold rolled flat products. The result is a new, multi-dimensional face for the Italy-based manufacturer, acting on several markets as a global partner for companies who engineer solutions for building and construction, for the process industry (including food and beverage), for the automotive and mechanical sector.

New slitting lines and cut-to-length facility at Marcegaglia Kluczbork

Two brand new state-of-the-art slitting lines – from 0.3 to 6 mm thickness – and 2 cut-to-lenght facilities – from 0.4 up to 12.7 mm - have been added to Marcegaglia Kluczbork equipment.

Marcegaglia and Maber leading players in construction equipment

Marcegaglia and  Maber have signed a deal for the commercial distribution of a range of transport platforms for personnel and materials

Marcegaglia new price list for welded carbon steel pipes

The Carbon Steel Tube Division of the Marcegaglia has issued a new price list for welded carbon steel pipes from hot rolled black, pickled and galvanized strip which will become effective from May 2nd, 2013. The new list is already available on our website www.marcegaglia.com.

The stainless steel flat universe

The group latest investment in its stainless steel activities is fully  concentrated on the Gazoldo degli Ippoliti plant  (Italy’s group HQ): more than 100 million euro for new processing capacities of stainless steel coilssheets and flat bars.

EUROMETAL Trade Day: Italian steel faces toughest troubles – Antonio Marcegaglia CEO

Italy's steel sector is at a particular disadvantage in terms of growth potential and a return to profitability, delegates to the Eurometal International Steel Trade Day in Milan heard on Thursday April 4.