Tata Steel unveils green investment plan for UK steel tube mill

Author: Nishu June 13, 2022

Tata Steel unveils green investment plan for UK steel tube mill


The investment will go into a new slitter that will allow the Hartlepool site to process coils of steel delivered from Tata’s Port Talbot steelmaking site in South Wales.

The investment will go into a new slitter that will allow the Hartlepool site to process coils of steel delivered from Tata’s Port Talbot steelmaking site in South Wales.

Tata Steel has unveiled a £7 million investment plan for its Hartlepool tube mill in north-east England, which the Indian steel major says will cut carbon emissions, improve efficiencies and boost UK businesses. To strengthen will reduce the cost.

The investment will go into a new slitter that will allow the Hartlepool site to process coils of steel delivered from Tata’s Port Talbot steelmaking site in South Wales. All steel products made on site, where around 300 people work to produce 2,00,000 tonnes of steel tubes a year, are 100% recyclable and the investment is expected to pay off in less than three years.

“This project will allow us to bring a critical process to the site, which in turn will free up thousands of tonnes of capacity at the Port Talbot site,” Andrew Ward, Tata Steel Works Manager in Hartlepool, said last week.

“This will improve our efficiency and reduce overall CO2 emissions from our steel processing, as well as reduce overall costs across the business,” he said.

Currently, wide steel slabs are cut at Port Talbot before being rolled and sent to Hartlepool to be converted into steel tubes, which are then used for a range of products such as agricultural machinery, sports stadiums, steel-framed buildings and energy sectors. Used in a wide range. ,

The new project is expected to take over a year to complete and is the second major investment announced by an Indian company in the UK this year after an investment plan for its site in Corby in the north-east England region. Tata Steel UK said both projects will further strengthen UK business, improve services to customers and use the latest available technology to reduce environmental emissions.

Andrew Ward said: “Above all, during the construction phase and when the new slitter is up and running, safety will be a key factor in this investment. It will feature the latest computer-controlled technology, which will enable our employees to protect themselves against any hazardous operations. Minimizes the need to be close and will be as energy-efficient as possible.

“The new slitter line will optimize the UK value chain for our small tube product range, allowing steel coils to flow through the chain and providing flexibility with on-site slitting. This investment will help improve customer delivery performance and responsiveness. Will support the ongoing campaign on which the Hartlepool 20” Mill team prides itself. Tata Steel in the UK says it has ambitions to produce net-zero steel by 2050 and reduce 30 per cent of CO2 emissions by 2030. The vast majority of that work will need to take place in South Wales, where the company is headed. Tata Steel says it is developing detailed plans for this transition to future steelmaking based on low CO2 technologies and is closer to knowing which one will help achieve its ambitions. will help best.

The steel giant is one of Europe’s leading steel producers, with steelmaking in the Netherlands and the UK, and manufacturing plants across Europe. The company’s tube products are used in a wide range of industries, including construction, machinery manufacturing, energy and automotive. Next week, the company will be at the Wire & Tube 2022 fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anil Jhanji, Chief Commercial Officer, Tata Steel UK, said, “After the last few years, we are truly looking forward to this opportunity to connect with so many customers in one place and showcase our extensive tube portfolio.”

Tony White, Tata Steel, said, “We are making major investments to further strengthen our tube business and as we come out of the coronavirus pandemic, I look forward to meeting all our customers to showcase this how we can help them succeed in their markets.” Director of Sales Tube and Engineering.

13 June, 2022, 6:24 pm

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