Sigrid Jacobs is ArcelorMittal Global R&D's Portfolio Director for Electrical Steels. As a recognized expert in a leading-edge technology that attracts a lot of attention from OEMs, she is also one of our best ambassador to promote ArcelorMittal's unique know-how and top-range iCAReTM steel grades for electrical mobility.
Hyundai proudly highlights the benefits of intensively using advanced high strength steels (AHSS) in the new Genesis, the flagship of its fleet.
ArcelorMittal is helping manufacturers of all types of vehicles, including pick-up trucks, reach their fuel emission targets thanks to the latest developments in the company’s award-winning S-in-motion range of steel solutions.
On 23 September 2014, Ivan Viaux, Research Engineer at ArcelorMittal Global R&D, will explain at the Aachen Body Engineering Days 2014 conference how ArcelorMittal steels can help carmakers to reduce the weight of their plugged-in hybrid electrical vehicles (PHEV) without additional cost.
On September 10th, Polina Volovitch from ParisTech and Christian Allély from ArcelorMittal Global R&D, will give a speech at the European Corrosion Congress "Eurocorr 2014” in Pisa.
06.09.2014 |Drive the future, drive steel!
On Thursday 4th September 2014, ArcelorMittal gathered more than 30 high-level representatives of its German Automotive customers in a hotel in Frankfurt for a full day of conferences and exchanges.
02.09.2014 |ArcelorMittal unveils Fortiform®: exceptionally strong and formable cold stamping steels for lighter cars.
The new Fortiform® range of advanced high strength steels (AHSS) can lead to weight savings of between 10 and 20 per cent in vehicle parts compared to conventional AHSS. This is a crucial advantage as carmakers come under pressure to further reduce the weight, and therefore the emissions, of their vehicles.