Our 2023 Open Forum will take place on 12-13 September and aims to engage with a wide range of stakeholders in the steelmaking ecosystems. Read more about the focus of this year’s discussions.
Blogs by worldsteel experts and occasionally by guest bloggers. The blogs cover a wide variety of issues affecting the steel industry. We hope you will find this section useful and look forward to your comments.
Scheduled to open in 2023, the Canakkale 1915 bridge will be a steel-built infrastructure, spanning the Dardanelles strait that separates the European and Asian continents.
Modified steel shipping containers are being used to construct the Ras Abu Aboud stadium in Qatar for the 2022 Fifa World Cup.
The largest crane in the world, the SGC-250, uses the power of high-strength steel to deliver unprecedented lifting capacity.
The Climeworks project has set up a carbon capture and storage facility at a remote site in Iceland.
Shipping is set to change as new technologies go mainstream, but steel will remain indispensable.
Able to carry loads of 450 tonnes, the BelAZ 75710 is the biggest dump truck on the planet and is built on advanced high-strength steel (AHSS).
This stunning steel-built tourist attraction in China features the world’s biggest piece of glass, among other record-breaking engineering feats.
Steel-built bumpers allow rugby wheelchairs to repeatedly absorb the impacts of high level professional play without affecting performance.
British firm Ten Fold Engineering has developed buildings that can be transported on the back of a lorry and put up in a mere 10 minutes.