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SSAB is a highly-specialized global steel company driven by close customer relationships. SSAB develops high-strength steels and provides services for better performance and sustainability.

About SSAB

SSAB is a highly-specialized global steel company driven by close customer relationships. SSAB develops high-strength steels and provides services for better performance and sustainability.

The company is a leading producer on the global market for Advanced High-Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered Steels (Q&T), strip, plate and tubular products, as well as construction solutions. SSAB’s steels and services help to make end products lighter and increase their strength and lifespan.

Our businesses 

SSAB is structured across three steel divisions: SSAB Special Steels, SSAB Europe and SSAB Americas, and two subsidiaries: Tibnor and Ruukki Construction.

  • SSAB Special Steels – Global steel and service partner in Quenched & Tempered Steels (Q&T) and Advanced High-Strength Steels (AHSS)
  • SSAB Europe – Leading Nordic-based steel producer of high-quality strip, plate and tube products
  • SSAB Americas – Market-leading North American producer of quality steel plate and coil
  • Tibnor – Leading Nordic distributor of steel and non-ferrous metals
  • Ruukki Construction – European provider of energy-efficient building and construction solutions

Read more about our businesses from SSAB's international web site 

 

Facts and figures

SSAB is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm (Large cap list) and has a secondary listing on Nasdaq OMX Helsinki.

  • Headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden
  • President & CEO Martin Lindqvist
  • SSAB employs approximately 16,000 people in more than 50 countries
  • Net sales: SEK 57 billion (SEK 60 billion pro forma in 2014)

 

Production sites

SSAB has a cost-efficient and flexible production system. SSAB’s production plants in Sweden, Finland and the US have an annual steel production capacity of 8.8 million tonnes.
The company also has capacity to process and finish various steel products in China, Brazil and many other countries. In Sweden and Finland, production is integrated into a blast furnace process. In the US, electric arc furnaces are used for a scrap-based production process.

Read more about our production sites from SSAB's international web site