Paris, 1 December 2016 – At the occasion of the recent annual MOV'EO conference, Arnaud Lens emphasized the potential of steel to meet the challenge of sustainable mobility. Arnaud Lens, a resident engineer at ArcelorMittal’s Global Research and Development organisation, highlighted the fact that steel offers considerable cost savings when it comes to saving weight and recycling.
To fulfil the requirements of car manufacturers, ArcelorMittal offers and develops innovative steels for:
- Structural parts: including 2nd generation press hardening steels (Usibor® 2000 and Ductibor® 1000); 3rd generation advanced high strength steels for cold forming (Fortiform®); and steels for bending and roll forming (MartINsite®)
- Steels for exposed panels (FF280DP)
- S-in motion® steel solutions to optimize inner panels, chassis parts, and the structural parts of the body-in-white
These products and solutions are evidence of steel’s potential to address the challenges the automotive industry faces today. The overall feedback was positive and several attendees showed interest in ArcelorMittal’s offer.