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ArcelorMittal and ZF signed a memorandum of understanding combining ArcelorMittal’s XCarb recycled and renewably produced steel and ZF’s manufacturing. XCarb recycled and renewably produced steel is produced in an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF), using high levels of scrap and 100% renewable electricity for the EAF smelting process, backed by Guarantees of Origin in Europe and I-RECs (International Renewable Energy Certificates) for the rest of the world.

Today, ArcelorMittal manufactures bars and wire rods with decreased emissions of CO2 at its plants in Hamburg and Warsaw, saving up to 80% of CO2emissions compared with products manufactured via the traditional blast furnace route.

ArcelorMittal’s XCarb recycled and renewably produced bars and wire rods will be the input material for the components produced by ZF. This initiative is aligned with ZF’s vision of sustainability and environmental responsibility.

These projects focus on the use of XCarb recycled and renewably produced solutions from ArcelorMittal, either with products already available on the market, or through other products which are still under development.

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