News & events

In this section you will find all the latest news of the Danieli Group. Hopefully you will find what you are looking for, but if we can help please don’t hesitate to contact us.

plants startup
2024, 21st May
Aço Cearense Group’s Siderúrgica Norte Brasil (Sinobras) plant produced the first spooled coils using Danieli spooler technology at its rolling mill #2 in Marabá, Pará state, Brazil.
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new orders
2024, 17th May
ArcelorMittal Brasil chose Danieli Centro Met technology and equipment for an ultra-modern, twin-ladle furnace station to be installed at the Tubarão integrated steel plant in Serra, Espirito Santo state, where 7+ Mtpy of high-quality, flat carbon steel products are produced.
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corporate information
2024, 15th May
The Board of Directors has interim appointed Alessandro Brussi, formerly Vice-Chairman and CFO, as the new Chairman who will remain in office until the Shareholders’ Meeting called to approve the Financial Statements and scheduled on 30 June 2024.
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new orders
2024, 7th May
Muhaj Baghdad again selects Danieli long-product technologies. A new contract with Danieli has been signed for the supply of a new, three-strand billet caster to be installed in the region of Babil (Babylon), Iraq.
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corporate information
2024, 29th April
An “endless” passion for work and innovation profused for more than 60 years.
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new orders
2024, 26th April
Competitive site conditions –availability and competitive cost of gas in Libya– have encouraged state-owned Libyan Iron and Steel Company (LISCO) to invest in a new DRI plant to competitively produce direct reduced Iron.
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plants startup
2024, 19th April
On April 9, 2024, the brand new QSP-DUE plant at Yukun Iron and Steel Group was started successfully, in a fully automated mode.
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top performances
2024, 15th April
Polish steelmaker Cognor has achieved a significant milestone with the successful implementation of the Q-One system on its 50-t electric arc furnace at the Stalowa Wola facility, in Poland. The shutdown lasted only 6 days, with improved performance immediately showcased from Day #1 of operation.
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