SSAB has announced it will be showcasing its latest product offerings at this year’s International Defence Exhibition & Conference (IDEX).
The event is designed promote the latest technology in the in the defence sector across land, sea, and air.
SSAB joined forces with Ruukki last year, which has created a steel company that is even more competitive than it was before, with a wider global reach. Through this merger, SSAB has strengthened its customer offering, with a wider product offering and enhanced customer service.
The firm is a leading producer on the global market for quenched and tempered steels (Q&T) and advanced high-strength steels (AHSS). It is a Nordic and US-based steel company with a cost-efficient and flexible production system.
SSAB’s objective is to strengthen long-term competitiveness, while still focusing on customer’s needs.
The company is offering more product lines, as well as a stronger technical and commercial support.
SSAB has 50 years of experience in research and development within niched steel production. This has made it possible to develop the hardest and toughest steel, with guaranteed ballistic and blast properties.
Those who are at IDEX can visit SSAB stand 10-D40 where representative can give more details about the firm’s products and solutions.