Based on the impressive results, the partners have also agreed to generate further CO2 savings in the business relationships by 2024. This is intended to set tangible and sustainable emphasis for decarbonization in industrial value chain in steel production and processing sectors through to the customer.
The GMH Gruppe is one of Europe's leading suppliers of steel bars and crude steel made from quality and engineering steels. At its site in Georgsmarienhütte, the group operates one of the most modern steel mills in Europe and, together with its processing companies, is one of the technology leaders in its sector. Steel from Georgsmarienhütte is used wherever loads are the greatest, where power is generated or transmitted, and where safe and wear-resistant operation is essential. The main customers are primarily in the automotive industry and its suppliers in the forging, spring and rolling bearings industries. Other important customers are in mechanical engineering and the chain, tube and screw industries.
Heine + Beisswenger Group
Heine + Beisswenger Stiftung + Co. KG has been one of the largest family-run integrated trading and production companies within the steel and metal sector in Germany since 1901. In addition to its headquarters in Fellbach near Stuttgart, the Group operates in Dieburg, Langenzenn, Elsendorf, Trossingen and Pforzheim and has two production sites in Hermaringen and Adelmannsfelden. The range of materials comprises over 25,000 articles in the rod segment (long products) in various materials, profiles, and dimensions. The materials traded are mainly free-cutting steel, bright steel, unalloyed steel, engineering steel, stainless steel, rolled steel, tool steel, HSQ steel (machining steel), brass, aluminum and copper. In addition to the machining industry, the main sales markets are automotive suppliers and manufacturers, as well in mechanical engineering and many other steel processing producers.
Sandvik Coromant is part of the global Sandvik Group and the world market leader for tools and machining solutions. With its know-how, the Swedish company sets industry standards and drives innovations that are important for the metalworking industry. Advanced training, significant investment in research and development, and strong customer partnerships ensure the development of machining technologies that are changing and leading the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant has more than 1,700 patents worldwide, employs more than 7,700 people and is represented in 150 countries.