In this episode, we tell you how ArcelorMittal provided Corten steel for the Luxembourg pavilion at the Expo 2010 Shanghai, in China, where the Group is currently the only foreign investor in upstream steel facilities.
While the world shines a spotlight on South Africa, Episode 5 points a camera at how the World Cup helped the country go through the worst of the recession. 100,000 tonnes of steel were used to build the venues of this global event.
In the midst of the crisis, the US government decides to modernise the country’s railway infrastructure. ArcelorMittal Steelton, which supplied the rails of the 1st American railways, participates in this historical project. How important are stimulus packages on the road to recovery?
The value of partnership gets tested in tough times. How did ArcelorMittal and its customers work together during the crisis in order to survive? Check out an example: steel sheet piles helping save Venice from the floods
At the peak of the crisis, our Group was producing at 50% capacity. Blast furnaces idled, employees worrying about their jobs... Is the worst really behind us? Will our blast furnaces run at full capacity again? Check it out...
Web TV 2010 kicks off with an episode encapsulating the challenging environment of the last 18 months. The episode points a camera at the repercussions of the crisis, the actions taken by ArcelorMittal and the sentiments as we look at the road to recovery.
When ArcelorMittal took over the Quebec Cartier Mining Company, switching to a completely new mindset was a huge challenge. In only 60 days the re-branding was completed. Find out how the employees feel about this and what the presence of ArcelorMittal means for the local communities.
Steel has become part of our everyday lives because it’s an extremely flexible and environmentally friendly material that has seen many innovations in the last years. It is also frequently used for works of art. Find out how ArcelorMittal and the Guggenheim Museum teamed up for Richard Serra’s beautiful steel sculptures!
China is responsible for 35% of the current steel consumption and production. Find out how ArcelorMittal tries to merge its own values with the values of the Chinese culture to contribute to a sustainable development, and meet some of the ArcelorMittal people there to learn more about their commitment to this fascinating country.
Lightweight steel can contribute to making cars safer and at the same time reduce their CO2 emissions and environmental impact. Find out how by meeting the people of ArcelorMittal Automotive and learn how they cooperate with customers to deliver the best possible solutions!
One year ago, the new brand ArcelorMittal was launched. How has the group’s reputation evolved since? In this episode we take a closer look at how the company’s bold values sustainability, quality and leadership have been reflected in the last 12 months. Find out what happened since the brand launch and learn more about the best asset ArcelorMittal has – its team of 320,000 people, who make the company what it is and bring it forward.
In the Florestas steel plant in Brazil, taking care of the environment is part of the daily routine. Meet some of the plant's employees and hear from them how they work to protect the environment and what this means to them and their families!
In this episode you will meet the people who keep ArcelorMittal going in South Africa, a country on the brink of economic lift-off. Hear from them about their plans, their aspirations and the challenges they face, and find out how they try to make their company an example for other corporations.
From Brazil to Luxembourg, from Chicago to Kiev – ArcelorMittal people from all levels embrace the challenge of working in foreign countries to acquire new skills. Meet some of the global professionals who embark on this international adventure and learn more about their experiences!
The Freedom Tower, designed and inspired by New York in all its facets, is a symbol of the spirit and resilience of New Yorkers and reflects their will to move forward and overcome adversity. In this episode you will get to know the people building this iconic edifice that honours the New Yorkers’ strength. Meet those who make this vision come true!
With a third of its workforce retiring in the 5 years to come, ArcelorMittal USA needs to find innovative ways of accessing the talent pool by renewing the image of steel. Accompany the HR and communication teams in their efforts to present the plethora of job opportunities in the steel industry to university students and let them know that at ArcelorMittal, there’s a career for everyone!
ArcelorMittal invests in Liberia, a country ravaged by political disorientation, fratricide and war. In a spirit of cooperation and compromise ArcelorMittal employees are determined to build a sustainable project, by creating jobs and putting the local community at the centre of attention. Meet Harry Cooper, Public Relations Manager at ArcelorMittal Liberia, and get to know those behind the scenes of ArcelorMittal’s commitment to this country!