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New vanadium-free alloys are now possible thanks to the SiNBa project

  • The SiNBa project of the CDTI’s PID call has been successfully justified. The project has been led by the CELSA Group quality department with the coordination of the innovation department.

On 13th October the project ‘SiNBA: New Technologically Advanced Structural Steel Alloys’, financed by the CDTI’s PID call for proposals, was completed.

Once the project has been completed, it can be concluded that it has been a success for the company. The project lasted 15 months and had a budget of 256,633 euros, partially financed by the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI), with reference number IDI-20181321.

At CELSA Group we continue to be committed to innovation, a fact that allows us to continue growing as a Group in order to continue certifying maximum quality for our customers.

Celsa Group is one of Europe’s leading steel mills in long steel products, the most diversified and vertically integrated. The multinational is formed by six large business groups with steel mills, rolling mills, processing plants, distribution companies, services, and recyclers. It is among the first positions in the following four categories: Reinforcing steel, Rods, Structural Sections, and Commercial Bars. It currently generates more than 9,894 direct and indirect jobs worldwide and is industrially present in Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Norway, Poland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.