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Automotive World Megatrends Webinar about Steel Lightweighting Technology for Cars and Trucks

Watch the recorded version now

Missed the live webinar presented by ArcelorMittal's Blake K. Zuidema, Director, Automotive Product Applications? Don't worry: a recorded version of the webinar is availble now. During this webinar, you will get insight into how the experts from ArcelorMittal are collaborating with car & truck manufacturers to hit targets for fuel efficiency without compromising safety, design or affordability.

ArcelorMittal is a global technology leader, creating lighter, stronger, cleaner steels for the automotive industry. We collaborate with global automakers to integrate the latest advanced steel grades into their designs, enabling them to hit targets for fuel efficiency without compromising safety, style or affordability. Our global reach, integrated supply chains and proven expertise give automakers the flexibility they need to stand out in a highly competitive market and keep costs low. We’re expanding the limits in formability and strength to provide lightweight solutions for both cars and trucks through the launch of new solutions and steels that didn’t exist 10 years ago, like our S-in motion program and patented Usibor® and Ductibor®.

We define the importance of co-engineering programs with automakers that result in award-winning, industry-first technologies like the laser-welded, hot-stamped door ring found in the Acura MDX, the hydroformed tubes in the Ford Fusion’s roof rail and B-pillar safety structures and many others. We explain the significance behind recent strategic investments throughout the world – in the United States, China, Brazil and elsewhere – that support the growing auto market and customer requirements.

Through this webinar, you’ll hear first-hand how ArcelorMittal is leading technical innovation within the industry so automakers, and ultimately consumers, benefit from the infinite possibilities of steel.