SSAB announces two further partnerships to use its fossil-free steel

Swedish steelmaker SSAB has announced a further two partnerships involving its fossil-fuel-free steel, to commence in 2026, the company said in separate announcements this week.

It is to collaborate on the research and development of fossil-free steel with automotive safety supplier Autoliv for use in products such as airbags and seatbelts, it said on November 15.
“We are looking forward to working with Autoliv and to starting the research and development of innovative fossil-free steel components for [use in] their automotive safety products,” SSAB chief executive officer Martin Lindqvist said.
“We are initiating a number of pilot projects together with Autoliv with the aim of reducing the [effect of these operations on] climate… and to strengthen competitiveness,” he added.

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Carrie Bone

November 18, 2021

14:42 GMT