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                        About SSAB

                        Financial information

                        Financial information

                        In this section you can find information about SSAB’s financial performance.

                        ssab in brief

                        SSAB in brief

                        SSAB´s vision – a stronger, lighter, and more sustainable world

                        Our business

                        Our business

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

                        Strategy

                        Strategy

                        Taking the Lead

                        76

                        Net sales SEK 76 billion in 2019

                        14,500

                        Approximately 14,500 employees

                        50

                        Employees in over 50 countries

                        Swedish Steel Prize

                        The Swedish Steel Prize is an international award for companies, institutions and individuals in the steel industry.
                        Operating environment

                        Operating enviroment

                        Our management

                        Management

                        The Group Executive Committee and the Board of Directors

                        contractors and supliers

                        Contractors and suppliers

                        Local information for contractors and suppliers about SSAB's production sites.

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