4 June 2018

The precision steels that underpin watchmaking

The precise and historic art of mechanical watchmaking relies on the many qualities of steel to deliver enduring and reliable timepieces.

30 May 2018

How is the steel industry meeting the challenge of climate change?

The steel industry is ready to meet the global challenge of climate change by reducing energy and emission intensity across the industry.

World Steel in Figures 2018 is now available

worldsteel has published the 2018 edition of World Steel in Figures. The publication provides a comprehensive overview of steel industry activities.


April 2018 crude steel production data

World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 148.3 million tonnes (Mt) in April 2018, a 4.1% increase compared to April 2017.

17 May 2018

If you can't measure it, you can't improve it!

worldsteel's Head of Technology Rizwan Janjua explains why it is crucial for steel companies to quantify and measure their performance against that of other steel companies.

14 May 2018

Russia transforms its infrastructure for World Cup

Russia’s flexible steel-framed football stadiums ensure a sustainable, post-World Cup sporting legacy.

The future of global scrap availability

worldsteel’s Head of Raw Materials Markets, Baris Çiftçi, discusses global ferrous scrap availability projections and what this means.

27 April 2018

Unique steel observation tower blends into Danish forest

A new observation tower of COR-TEN steel and locally-sourced timber blends in with the tree canopy and links to a treetop walk.

26 April 2018

Steel spurs productivity improvements in construction

Following our constructsteel conference in London last week, Terrence Busuttil, worldsteel Head of Construction Coalitions, explains why it is necessary to promote steel use in construction.