Luxembourg April 21, 2017 – Aperam, a leading global producer of stainless and specialty steel, today publishes its ‘made for life’ report, which constitutes Aperam’s sustainability performance report for 2016.
Built on stakeholder inclusiveness and materiality, this report follows the GRI 4 sustainability guidelines. It has been reviewed by an external audit firm to confirm its compliance with the GRI protocol, including the reporting of material sustainability performance data such as safety results (LTIFR and Severity rates), CO2 intensity, energy intensity and air emissions.
“I am very proud of all of our accomplishments – since our creation in 2011 – as part of journey to reach sustainable excellence and I trust we remain on track to reach our long term goals. We want to become the standard for innovative Stainless and Specialty Steels. To achieve this, we remain committed to listening to our customers and stakeholders in order to innovate the industry’s best solutions.” Timoteo Di Maulo, CEO of Aperam, commented.
Aperam’s complete report is available on www.aperam.com/sustainability. It is composed of the” made for life report” (summary) and online supplements.
Aperam is a global player in stainless, electrical and specialty steel, with customers in over 40 countries. The business is organised in three primary operating segments: Stainless & Electrical Steel, Services & Solutions and Alloys & Specialties.
Aperam has 2.5 million tonnes of flat Stainless and Electrical steel capacity in Brazil and Europe and is a leader in high value specialty products. Aperam has a highly integrated distribution, processing and services network and a unique capability to produce stainless and specialty from low cost biomass (charcoal). Its industrial network is concentrated in six production facilities located in Brazil, Belgium and France.
In 2016, Aperam had sales of USD 4.3 billion and steel shipments of 1.92 million tonnes.
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