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                        Milestones at SSAB

                        2016

                        SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall joined forces to create HYBRIT for world’s first fossil-free steel-making technology.

                         

                        2015

                        Strenx – the new brand for high-strength steels launched.

                         

                        2014

                        1. SSAB acquired Finnish Rautaruukki Oyj.

                        2. The product brand Hardox turns 40 years old.

                         

                        2012

                        1. Quenching line 6 was inaugurated and became operational in Mobile, Alabama.

                        2. The product brand Domex celebrated 50 years and the first strip of Hardox 400 and 450 were produced in Borlänge.

                         

                        2011

                        The new cooling section in the hot strip mill was installed and became operational.

                         

                        2010

                        SSAB underwent a restructure and was divided into three geographical areas of business, EMEA, Americas and APAC.

                         

                        2008

                        1. The Board adopted the decision to invest in direct quenched products in Borlänge, with a new cooling section in the hot strip mill and a new cut to length line.

                        2. Blasting-painting facility with large warehouse is built, as well as cured line 4 in the rolling mill.

                         

                        2007

                        SSAB acquired the American steel company IPSCO.

                         

                        2006

                        Olof Faxander came in as the new CEO of the SSAB Group and started the process of creating One Company.

                         

                        2002

                        The Toolox stable of tools is launched.

                         

                        1999

                        The first Swedish Steel Prize was awarded.

                         

                        1998

                        The new quarter roll mill is put into operation in Oxelösund.

                         

                        1989

                        The electro-smelting work was discontinued in Borlänge.

                         

                        1988

                        SSAB was listed on the stock exchange.

                         

                        1980

                        Casting is now only done as continuous casting in Oxelösund.

                         

                        1978

                        SSAB Svenskt Stål AB was formed with the Swedish government as the main owner.

                         

                        1975

                        The coking plant becomes operational.

                         

                        1974

                        Sales of tempered steel pick up (later known as the brand Hardox).

                         

                        1973

                        Blast furnace 2, RH-furnace and the first continuous casting machine become operational in Luleå.

                         

                        1972

                        500,000 tons per year was produced at the Domnarvet Ironworks.

                         

                        1970

                        The new cold rolling plant with a capacity of 700,000 tons per year was ready to use.

                         

                        1968

                        The new coating plant was inaugurated and the sixth roll stand in the hot strip mill became operational.

                         

                        1967

                        Continuous casting facility 1 is deployed.

                         

                        1963

                        The first galvanizing line was installed, which would pave the way for more refined products.

                         

                        1961

                        A continuous hot strip mill and a cold roll mill became operational.

                         

                        1960s

                        Hot strip mill, cold strip mill and kaldo furnace become operational. Products from the cold strip works are named Zinnja and Plannja.

                         

                        1956

                        The first kaldo furnace became operational in Domnarvet.

                         

                        1955

                        Gränges is the new owner of the operations in Oxelösund.

                         

                        1953

                        1. Thomasverket, fine and thread rolling mill becomes operational in Luleå.

                        2. New coke plants built.

                         

                        1951

                        First blast furnace becomes operational in Luleå.

                         

                        1942

                        The first women were employed in Domnarvets Ironworks.

                         

                        1941

                        Government decision made to construct the Tackjärnverk (Pig iron works) in Luleå. The two furnaces became operational in 1943-45.

                         

                        1940

                        Partial closure of the operation due to shortages of raw materials during the war.

                         

                        1939

                        A new quarto type of sheet was in use. The works was now producing 200,000 tons per year.

                         

                        1921

                        The annual production was down to 21,000 tons. The aftermath of the first world war and the subsequent recession hit the Domnarvet Ironworks hard.

                         

                        1914

                        1914-1919 The first plant is built with blast-furnaces, coke plants, power stations, mechanical workshops, marinas, offices and residences.

                         

                        1913

                        1. The Domnarvet Ironworks was now responsible for 1/8 of Sweden’s pig iron production.

                        2. Oxelösunds Järnverk AB was formed by private shareholders.

                         

                        1899

                        The Domnarvet Ironworks began manufacturing strip.

                         

                        1878

                        The Domnarvet Ironworks became operational.

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