Wielton Group utilises high strength grades from ArcelorMittal’s Amstrong® Ultra range to produce semi-trailers which are destined for use in extremely harsh conditions.
Many of the components in KRONE’s farm equipment and trailers are made with ArcelorMittal’s Amstrong® and Amstrong® Ultra advanced and ultra high strength steels.
SAMAG has been able to make maximum use of Amstrong® thanks to the advice provided by ArcelorMittal’s customer support teams.
HMF Group is a Danish manufacturer which makes truck-mounted cranes for its global customer base. For the past three years, the company has been utilising ArcelorMittal’s high strength Amstrong® Ultra steels to create lighter and stronger cranes.
The Faymonville Group is the world’s leading manufacturer of exceptional trailers for both on- and off-road applications.
Driving the rise in demand is ArcelorMittal’s dimensional feasibility, willingness to explore new innovations, and our ability to match PALFINGER’s increasingly global footprint.
Weber-Stahl is a German company which made its name supplying components to a range of companies active in the yellow and green goods industries.
Advanced high strength steel grades are helping distribution centre owners to develop lightweight, robust and durable racking systems
ArcelorMittal RZK Çelik Servis Merkezi is one of the most technologically advanced steel service centres in Europe with a range of equipment that can process some of the toughest hot rolled steels on the market.
ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products recently worked with Condesa Fabril, a leading Spanish producer of tubes and pipes, to create lightweight structural hollows from ArcelorMittal’s Amstrong® Ultra 960MCL high strength steel.
Amstrong® and Magnelis® help stow create top-quality racking systems