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Primetals Technologies to Modernize Rolling Mill Drives for AMAG Rolling in Austria

31 Mar 2015 - Primetals Technologies has won an order from AMAG rolling GmbH, located in Ranshofen, Austria, to modernize the entire drive technology on its four-high hot rolling stand.

SMS Siemag Upgrading 7-Stand Hot-Wide-Strip Mill at ArcelorMittal Gent

16 Mar 2015 - ArcelorMittal has awarded SMS Siemag the order to upgrade the 7-stand hot-wide-strip mill in Gent, Belgium.

New Guild International Laser Welder Allows Coil End Welding on Strip as Thin as .003”

11 Mar 2015 - New laser welding technology from Guild International is making coil end welding on strip as thin as .003” possible.

Rizhao Produces First Coil on Arvedi ESP Plant from Primetals Technologies

06 Mar 2015 - In February, Chinese steel producer Rizhao Steel Group Co. Ltd. rolled the first coil on the ArvediESP (Endless Strip Production) plant No. 1 supplied by Primetals Technologies.

Fives Selected for Five New High-End Automotive Steel Projects

13 Feb 2015 - Fives, an international engineering group which designs and supplies process technologies to various industries, has been awarded five new processing line contracts for the automotive steel market, making it in this field a dominant equipment provider to steelmakers.

TMW Modifies Expansion Plans to Adapt to New Opportunities

09 Feb 2015 - The Material Works, Ltd. (TMW) announced today that the unprecedented acceptance and growth of Eco Pickled Surface (EPS) technology has forced reconsideration of its plans to open a flat rolled toll processing center adjacent to the Big River Steel mill being currently under construction. TMW will instead expand the capacity of its present Red Bud, Illinois facility to include a new EPS processing and technology center and associated equipment to process the new generation of higher strength steels.

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