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From 8 to 12 April 2019, ArcelorMittal will be represented at the ‘What a future for metallurgy!’ seminar organised by the French Metallurgy Network.

In partnership with PV Magazine, ArcelorMittal and Forming AG will hold a webinar on the most recent innovations to increase the durability of solar structures with the latest generation of metallic coated steels. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 2 April 2019 from 15:00 – 16:00.

Pascal Amelot, ArcelorMittal Europe's Commercial Director for Packaging, to speak about Sustainability as a driver of competitiveness for Steel Packaging at the CanTech Grand Tour in Istanbul (25-27 March)

Joining in Car Body Engineering is a major annual conference for automotive welding experts which is held in Bad-Nauheim (Germany) on 9-11 April 2019. ArcelorMittal’s Global Research & Development team is very active in this field and regularly contributes to the conference program. This year, ArcelorMittal R&D experts are going to present two topics to conference delegates: • Resistance spot welding of complex stack-ups... without fusion • Design rules to minimize liquid metal embrittlement (LME) cracking

Paul Brettnacher, ArcelorMittal Europe - Flat Products’ CMO for automotive, to speak about the impact of automotive mega trends on steel at the Handelsblatt Steel Conference (20-21 March, Dusseldorf)

ArcelorMittal’s patented partial ablation technology was developed to ensure that hot stamped laser welded blanks (LWBs), made from the latest press hardenable steels (PHS), are as safe as possible. Although it was first used industrially in 2007, the patented partial ablation process is proving more popular than ever with carmakers. It is now used by almost every major carmaker and has led to dramatic improvements in lightweighting and safety. By 2020, ArcelorMittal expects the technology will have been used to produce more than 70 million ablated PHS LWBs at locations around the world.

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