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Germany’s Environment Minister visits steel industry in Saarland
Saarstahl and Dillinger demonstrate commitment to green steel
Svenja Schulze, Germany’s Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, visited the Dillinger steel rolling plant together with Saarland’s Economics and Energy Minister Anke Rehlinger, Environment Minister Reinhold Jost and District Administrator Patrik Lauer.More
Dillinger and Saarstahl launch joint future-oriented program: proactive, carbon-free, efficient.
Saarland’s steel industry is realigning. “We are doing this in a completely integrated process at Dillinger and Saarstahl with the long-term goal of continuing the intergenerational contract,” said Tim Hartmann, Chairman of the Board of Management of Dillinger and Saarstahl.More
Trainee Welcome Day 2019
Saarland’s steel industry welcomes 159 new trainees
The new training year is beginning: A total of 159 young people start their careers today at Saarstahl AG and AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke. At Saarstahl, 76 trainees are beginning a new phase of their lives: 68 in technical and industrial fields and 8 in business-related fields. Dillinger has recruited 83 trainees this year, with 78 of them in technical and industrial fields and 5 in business-related fields. The group includes 22 women and 12 participants in the intercultural BEST 2.0 career-entry program.⃰ Saarland’s steel industry now employs 563 trainees (Dillinger: 273; Saarstahl: 290) across all training years.More
Material and process development
Saarstahl AG invests 17 million euros in the Homburg site of its Saar-Blankstahl subsidiary
A pioneering construction site at the Saarstahl subsidiary in Homburg: work is now underway to expand the heat treatment capacity at Saar-Blankstahl. With the decision taken by the Supervisory Board at the end of 2018 to expand the annealing capacity of its subsidiary, Saarstahl AG is responding to an expected increase in worldwide demand for heat-treated bar material and to demand for higher-quality steels, which also play an important role in electric mobility. The company is investing 17 million euros in this project.More