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The company’s 12th global research and development centre (R&D) will open at ArcelorMittal Tubarão, Brazil, in April this year. The new centre will focus on steel innovations for the automotive, energy, construction, machinery and white goods industries.

Join the editors of SAE for a free webcast sponsored by ArcelorMittal on Thursday April 9, 2015 at Noon EDT. Register here and add the event to your calendar today. Blake Zuidema, Director, Automotive Product Applications at ArcelorMittal will join representatives from aluminum and composite materials to discuss vehicle lightweighting.

ArcelorMittal proudly accepted General Motors’ Supplier of the Year award for the second consecutive year at the automaker’s 23th annual ceremony held in Detroit on Thursday, March 5. The Supplier of the Year award was given to just 78, or less than one percent, of GM’s global suppliers.

This free webinar will focus on the added value of ArcelorMittal’s co-engineering services and R&D capabilities, showcasing the benefits to carmakers. Register now for the live webinar on 12 March.

Detroit’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) attracts a variety of industry experts and car enthusiasts alike, including those fascinated in learning about the mid-year lineup of new car models and the concept or dream cars that are prototypes of automobiles of the future. “There was a lot of attention on automotive materials at NAIAS and steel was very well represented,” said Brad Davey, chief marketing officer, ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon North America.

In this sixth automotive video episode you will learn more about how VAMA, our joint-venture facility in China, completes ArcelorMittal's automotive worldwide footprint.

Best of 2014: Blake Zuidema discusses the future of steel-based lightweighting - extract from interview first published on Today's Motor Vehicles.