Join the industry leaders for the two days exhibition and conferences and seize the opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in the coil and winding industry.
ArcelorMittal is delighted to exhibit at Coiltech Italia 2022 taking place on the 28-29 September 2022. Our multidisciplinary team will be happy to meet you at our booth N°B36/C37 located in the hall 8 of the Pordenone Fiere and discuss our latest electrical steels solutions for your business.
If you are looking for the most innovative electrical steels for electric motors, transformers, generators and coil and winding systems, then Coiltech Italia is the must event to take part in this year. With dozens of exhibitors brought together and an extensive conference program, Coiltech fosters the exchange of technical information and strives for providing you with direct access to the market leaders.
Coiltech Italia also offers you a unique opportunity to upgrade your knowledge by attending The World Magnetic Conference. Free for the registered visitors and going in parallel with the trade show, the conference will cover an extensive range of scientific topics pertaining to innovation of materials, methods and technologies.
Meeting us face-to-face at Coiltech trade fair is a perfect opportunity to exchange about our latest investment into electrical steels production facility at Mardyck in northern France. With the aim of tripling our current electrical steels output in Europe by 2025, the €300 million investment shows the ArcelorMittal’s commitment to develop sustainable mobility solutions. This recent important investment is in line with the long-term strategy of ArcelorMittal to be a reliable high-quality electrical steels supplier that also actively supports Europe’s energy security initiatives.
ArcelorMittal offers electrical steels for both automotive and non-automotive industrial applications. We made a point to represent both product lines at our booth at Coiltech Italia 2022 and will be open to hold discussions on our specific solutions.
Electrical steels are the central material to shape the motors of electric cars. Did you know that an electric car uses on average 50 kg of electrical steel for its traction?