The European Steel Technology Platform (ESTEP) begins new life as independent legal entity and Tenova is one of the 13 founding members. Roberto Pancaldi, Tenova Metals CEO, is in the Board of Directors.
Tenova, together with other twelve leading industrial and research stakeholders from the wider steel value chain across Europe, will cooperate to implement solutions for and in the EU steel industry under a newly independent entity, the European Steel Technology Platform (ESTEP) AISBL.
ESTEP mission is to engage stakeholders in collaborative actions and projects on technology and innovation, tackling EU-wide steel innovation challenges in order to create a sustainable European steel industry. These challenges include digitisation, fostering a low-carbon future for industry, the circular economy, and resource and energy efficiency.
The thirteen founding members are EUROFER, ArcelorMittal Maizières Research, Dillinger, Outokumpu, Tenova, Rina Consulting – CSM, Swerea, Tata Steel Nederland Technology, Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe, voestalpine Stahl, VDEh – BFI, Jernkontoret, and Salzgitter.
Tenova’s strong commitment to support ESTEP in enhancing innovation and sustainability across the industry was confirmed by the appointment of Roberto Pancaldi, Tenova Metals CEO, to the Board of Directors – together with Axel Eggert (EUROFER), Carl De Maré (ArcelorMittal) and Eva Sundin (Swerea).
“It’s an honor to be granted a seat in the Board. I really appreciate the activities that ESTEP has been carrying on throughout the years and I am confident that Tenova’s commitment and positive attitude at cooperating will be an asset to the organization”, said Mr. Pancaldi.