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Press release Dillinger, Saarstahl und Paul Wurth
“Green steel” initiative: cutting carbon with H2Syngas
With “H2Syngas”, Saarstahl and Dillinger have joined with Paul Wurth, a Luxembourg engineering company belonging to the SMS group to use their own process gases and significant quantities of hydrogen in the blast furnace process. The associated pilot plant, which is being built in cooperation with Paul Wurth, is scheduled to begin operating this summer.More
New hot metal transport crane for the LD steel plant: delivery of the large components via the Saar River
The large components for the new hot metal transport crane at the Saarstahl LD steelworks arrived by ship in Völklingen on Saturday, 10 April, and were unloaded using the lattice boom crane specially designed for this purpose.More
Saarstahl’s sustainability efforts again earn gold in 2021
The strong and long-standing commitment of Saarstahl to corporate social responsibility (CSR) was again rated worthy of a gold medal in 2021 by EcoVadis, an international provider of sustainability ratings. Saarstahl had already been honored with a gold rating in 2020. This year the company scored 72 points, placing the Saarland steel company among the top three percent of companies in its industry category. The CSR rating by EcoVadis confirms that responsible action and sustainable management are central components of Saarstahl's corporate policy.More
Key figures for the 2020 financial year for Dillinger Group and Saarstahl Group
• Another difficult financial year: The coronavirus pandemic exacerbated an already strained situation during the year • Net sales thus fell considerably: by 21.2% to €1.645 billion in the Dillinger Group and by 23.7% to €1.684 billion in the Saarstahl Group • Dillinger Group closed the financial year with an EBITDA of -€68.9 million and an EBIT of -€192.8 million / Saarstahl Group recorded an EBITDA of -€70.4 million and an EBIT of -€171.2 million • Saarstahl (71.2 %) and Dillinger (62.1 %) continue to have good equity ratios • Both companies report a significant recovery in demand at the beginning of the year • Forecasts for all of 2021 are cautiously optimistic but remain fraught with uncertainty, in particular due to the further development of the pandemic • Dr. Karl-Ulrich Köhler, Chairman of the Board of Management of Dillinger and Saarstahl: “We need to accelerate implementation of the cost-cutting program and accomplish the turnaround quickly, effectively and permanently”More