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IHS Market Briefing virtual conference - 03 September 2021

As environmental regulations across the EU become more stringent, automakers need to find ways to meet efficiency and sustainability targets while maintaining – and enhancing – the strength and safety of their vehicles. During the fourth annual ‘Understanding the 2028 Intelligence Vehicle’ conference, industry experts will examine how new battery technologies and lightweight materials can help OEMs achieve these goals. ArcelorMittal's Paul Brettnacher will be a special guest on the conference’s Industrial Panel.

 

Among the experts at this conference will be Paul Brettnacher, Chief Marketing Officer – Automotive and Packaging for ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products. Paul started at ArcelorMittal in 2001 as a Customer Technical Support engineer. Since then, his career has evolved to include different technical, commercial, and leadership roles related to the automotive market. Paul took up his current position in 2019.

Paul Brettnacher, Chief Marketing Officer – Automotive and Packaging for ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products

Paul Brettnacher, Chief Marketing Officer – Automotive and Packaging for ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products

Paul Brettnacher will be a special guest on the conference’s Industrial Panel. He will also present a paper outlining ArcelorMittal’s wide range of automotive steels and how they contribute to significant CO2 reductions. The value of these steels has already been proven through a series of S-in motion® demonstration projects which have achieved significant weight savings in a wide range of vehicle types and specific components. 

S-in motion®, the power of lightweight steel solutions

S-in motion®, the power of lightweight steel solutions

Paul will also outline how ArcelorMittal’s iCARe® family of non-grain oriented electrical grades can contribute to maximising the efficiency of electrical machines and extend the range of electrical vehicles. These innovative steels were launched in 2012 and are constantly adapted to changing needs of automotive.

iCARe® 420 Save: Boosting the power density of efficient traction motors

iCARe® 420 Save: Boosting the power density of efficient traction motors

Another key area of focus in Paul’s presentation will be ArcelorMittal’s initiatives to make the steelmaking process more environmentally responsible. These include XCarbTM which brings together ArcelorMittal’s emission reduction projects and make carbon-neutral steelmaking a reality.

XCarb™, towards low carbon steel

XCarb™, towards low carbon steel

The fourth annual Understanding the 2028 Intelligence Vehicle conference will be held virtually on Friday 3 September 2021 from 9.00 to 13.30. The Industrial Panel segment will run from 12.00 noon. ArcelorMittal’s automotive customers are invited to attend.

 

 

IHS Markit Briefing - 4th Annual Understanding the 2028 Intelligence Vehicle: CO2 and Zero Direct Emissions

 

More information about S-in motion® solutions

 

More information about our iCARe® range of electrical steels for automotive

 

More information about XCarb™, towards low carbon steel

 

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