Press releases from Jernkotnoret are generally published in Swedish, but a few of them are available in English and listed below.
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New tool to help align strategic decisions with the 2030 Agenda
Sweden’s Innovation Agency, Vinnova, is investing close to 10 million SEK (around US$1 million) in developing a crowd-sourced online tool to help industries, governments, civil society organizations a...
The EU Commission visits Swedish steel companies
On April 22–26, the authors from the European IPPC Bureau in Seville will visit Swedish steel companies to gather information for the best available techniques reference documents, known as BREFs, for...
Swedish steel-dress goes on catwalk in China
The steel-dress worn by Swedish Song Contest host Clara Henry will on Friday, March 24 appear on the catwalk in Beijing, China.
Swedish steel fashion at the Academy Awards
Bahar Pars, leading actress in "A Man Called Ove", will step on the Academy Awards red carpet dressed in Swedish steel. The unique dress, designed by Swedish fashion designer Naim Josefi, is decorated...
World Steel Association's Expert Group on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) meets in Stockholm, Sweden
World Steel Association's Expert Group on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) meets in Stockholm, Sweden The World Steel Association LCA expert group is meeting in Stockholm April 20 to 22. The group includes...
Hot Isostatic Pressing technology at the forefront of research at the HIP ’14 conference in Stockholm
The 11th International Conference of Hot Isostatic Pressing 2014 in Stockholm on June 9–13 will bring together 160 specialists from 20 nations. They are experts in trends, developments and innovations...
Discover Hot Isostatic Pressing technology for oil & gas, power generation and aerospace at the HIP ’14 conference in Stockholm 9–13 June 2014
The International HIP Committee (IHC) and the Swedish Steel Producers´ Association, Jernkontoret, are pleased to invite you to the 11th International Conference of Hot Isostatic Pressing, HIP ’14, in ...