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ArcelorMittal supplies steel for world’s third largest hydroelectric dam

Posted on 18.11.2014
ArcelorMittal Brazil is supplying 50,000 tonnes of steel for the world's third biggest hydroelectric dam - the Belo Monte hydroelectric complex on the Xingu River in the Brazilian state of Pará. The plant will significantly increase the supply of renewable electricity in Brazil.
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CoSFB - Composite SlimFloor Beam

Posted on 11.11.2014
The CoSFB (= Composite Slim-Floor Beam), a new development from ArcelorMittal, combines the advantages of composite design with traditional slim-floor construction. Typical applications of CoSFB are beam spans from 8m up to 14m, with a construction height of only 40cm and a beam distance of up to 10m. CoSFB perfectly fulfils the requirements of long spans in modern architecture. Find out more about CoSFB here!
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Dels Encants Vells Market Barcelona, Spain

Posted on 05.11.2014
A landmark roof protects the new location of the historic market Encants Vells in Barcelona, where stalls and small shops are arranged on a continuous platform with various inclinations. The stalls are made of curved Hacierco steel sheets with aluminium-zinc coating that ensures both unique aesthetics and the necessary corrosion protection.
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New NY Bridge built with ArcelorMittal steel plate

Posted on 27.10.2014
The new twin span cable-stayed bridge is the single largest bridge construction project in New York’s history and replaces the old Tappan Zee Bridge spanning the Hudson River between Rockland and Westchester Counties in New York. ArcelorMittal is supplying 160,000 tonnes of high performance steel for this unique project.
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ArcelorMittal at EuroBLECH 2014

Posted on 20.10.2014
From 21 to 25 October 2014, ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe and ArcelorMittal Distribution Solutions will present their most innovative products at Euroblech, the world's leading trade fair for sheet metal working technology in Hanover, Germany.
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