Stainless steels have a wide range of applications, including those where human health may be involved. In these applications, stainless steels may come into direct contact with the human body. Cases include jewellery, cutlery, medical devices, automotive applications, food preparation and pharmaceutical settings. Stainless steels can be used without it exerting any negative influence on food, drinking water, beverages, or medical preparations it is in contact with.
Energy is key to achieving the steel industry’s low-carbon goals.
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Brussels, 09 July 2020 – With the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity (GFSEC) having been reactivated, the European Steel Association (EUROFER) has called for an intensification of its ongoing work. The GFSEC is a key forum to establish the transparency necessary to map global overcapacity – a pre-condition to facilitate capacity reductions globally.