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    ArcelorMittal Warszawa breaks production records

    In May, ArcelorMittal Warszawa’s rolling mill has broken another record: the total production of the month reached 45,035 tonnes including 14,400 tonnes of special quality steel bars (SBQ). This is the best result since the launch of the department in 2008! Performance records have been achieved also by the steel shop, maintenance, finishing line and the shipment area.

    “ArcelorMittal Warszawa’s performance records make us very proud, not only because all production and health and safety indicators are so positive. We are especially proud of the fact, that not just one, but all production areas, are reaching excellence. It doesn’t happen by chance – it is the result of very high skills but also enthusiasm and engagement of all ArcelorMittal Warszawa’s team members”, says Marek Kempa, CEO ArcelorMittal Warszawa.

    The year 2017 – marked by the 60th anniversary of ArcelorMittal’s site in Warsaw – has indeed beencrowned by excellent performance, as shown by the milestones reached below:

    • Health and safety: on 30 May, ArcelorMittal Warszawa registered 1400 days without a lost time injury (for its own employees) and 950 days without a lost time injury (for subcontractors).
    • In January, the maintenance team reduced the breakdowns time on rolling mill to 2.7% which is the best result ever obtained.
    • In April, the rolling mill obtained the best ever productivity in the SBQ production – 52.8 tonnes per hour. In January, the site realised the biggest ever shipment of those products: 14.6 thousand tonnes per month. In March, the rolling mill realised a record production of SBQ - 551 tonnes per shift (for diameter 55) and 591 tonnes per shift (for diameter 50). The same month, the net monthly production of the rolling mill reached the record volume of 43.7 thousand tonnes. Two months later, this record was broken again: the rolling mill produced 45,035 tonnes including 14,400 SBQ.
    • Another record was established in May, with for the first time 924 tonnes of bars in diameter 25 produced in one shift.
    • In January, the finishing department reached on line A the highest monthly production ever: 4,802 tonnes. In March, the department had the highest monthly production volume ever: 13,034 tonnes.
    • The same month, the total shipment of ArcelorMittal Warszawa registered the highest volume ever: 66,000 tonnes.
    • In April, the steel shop broke the record of daily heats without pig iron – they were 27. The record of 30 daily heats with pig iron was established in 2016.

    ArcelorMittal Warszawa, between automotive and construction

    Our plant in Warsaw (Poland) supplies special quality steel bars (SBQ) for the automotive industry. It takes part in Automotive Initiative with Automotive Champions. Since 2005, the site holds the TS 16949 certificate.

    ArcelorMittal Warszawa manufactures also reinforcing steel bars for the construction industry. In Warsaw, several important buildings were erected with ArcelorMittal Warszawa’s steel. Just to name a few of them: the modern office building Q22 completed in 2016, the Museum of History of Polish Jews (POLIN, considered as the most beautiful public building in the Polish capital), and most of the Warsaw second line underground stations (the first step put in operation in 2015 – the second step in construction now, forecasted to be put in operation in 2018).