Modern society would be impossible without steel. The European Steel Industry Vision is based on the decisive contribution of steel to European socio-economic growth and sustainable production, as well as the Circular Economy, which is expected to become even more important in the future.
In the short term, the sustainability of the European steel industry will depend upon meeting the formidable challenge of remaining economically viable against a background of excess global supply.
In the short, medium and long term, the European steel industry:
Steel has significant social value and is by far one of the most important, multi-functional and adaptable materials.
Brussels, 19 November 2021 – The board of the European Steel Association (EUROFER) has re-elected Geert Van Poelvoorde as President of the organisation for the fourth consecutive time. The board meeting, which took place yesterday, also saw the re-election of the nine EUROFER vice-presidents and the confirmation of the 20 members of the board. All are two-year terms.
Brussels, 01 November 2021 – The European Steel Association (EUROFER) welcomes the statement of the EU and the US to tackle jointly shared challenges in the steel and aluminium sectors, including negotiating an arrangement on carbon intensity and global overcapacity, and replacing the current 25% tariff measure of the US Section 232 on EU steel imports by a tariff-rate quota regime (TRQ) based on historical volumes. The arrangement between the US and the EU is a first important step in favour of a globally decarbonised industry in light of COP26 negotiations.
Fourth quarter 2021 report. Data up to, and including, second quarter 2021.