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Vootje
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Ik denk dat ik vaker negatieve berichtjes moet schrijven, is de zoveelste keer al dat er een stijging plaatsvindt van dik over de 3% terwijl ik een post plaats (lol).
David Mittal
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idd Vootje :)

Ik vraag me wel af wat er gebeurt indien de Brexit gewoon doorgaat en er komt niet op tijd een us-china deal.
Crypsis
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Vootje schreef op 12 dec 2019 om 16:22:


Ik denk dat ik vaker negatieve berichtjes moet schrijven, is de zoveelste keer al dat er een stijging plaatsvindt van dik over de 3% terwijl ik een post plaats (lol).

Begin maar weer te schrijven vootje want het is zo weer weg.
voda
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ArcelorMittal Suspends Production at Hunedoara Steel Plant in Romania

Romanian media reported that ArcelorMittal's Long Products division has temporarily halted production at its steel mill in Romania's Hunedoara country since December 1st due to high gas and power prices and unfavourable market conditions. ArcelorMittal said "The prices of electricity and natural gas have increased significantly for industrial users in Romania in recent years, and are significantly higher than in other European countries with important operators in the steel production, such as France and Germany. As European steelmakers are struggling to compete due to high levels of imported steel and weak domestic demand, the Hunedoara plant, which operates with an electric arc furnace, with energy thus representing a major cost is no longer able to compete in the market."


ArcelorMittal purchased the plant in Hunedoara in 2003 and has since invested EUR 115 million to improve it technically and environmentally. The steel works employs 640 and has 200 contractors. Employees were asked to take their remaining paid annual leave. For the days after that the company put workers on technical leave.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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voda
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ArcelorMittal welcomes the European Commission’s Green Deal

Following the publication of the European Commission’s Green Deal, Mr Geert Van Poelvoorde, CEO ArcelorMittal Europe Flat Products, said “Europe’s commitment to reduce its carbon emissions to be net-zero should be applauded and we commend the leadership of Mrs von der Leyen and her team. However, the Green Deal will only work if there is full-scale transformation and support for industries. The climate challenge is unprecedented, and bold action is therefore needed. Achieving our ambition of being carbon neutral by 2050 is a major challenge, but with the right political framework - allowing European steelmakers to remain competitive while the steel industry moves to carbon-neutral steelmaking - we’re convinced it’s achievable. The proposal for a carbon border adjustment, which effectively puts a carbon price on imports, recognizes that every country needs to play its part in reducing global CO2 emissions. By preventing steel production moving to countries where carbon emissions legislation is less strict, and where carbon emissions are therefore higher, means we put a stop to carbon leakage. This is exactly the type of action that is needed.”

While support for a carbon border adjustment has been growing in recent months, ArcelorMittal was one of the first companies to support a proposed carbon border adjustment and backs the European Commission’s proposals for a EUR 35 billion ‘just transition’ fund, to invest in research, innovation and green technology.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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nonserver
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Pussy schreef op 12 dec 2019 om 16:03:


[...]
Poeh mop wat een frustratie , goed gedaan het van je af te schrijven

Ik zit alweer aan de borrel want wat een heftige week weer , morgen nog een.morgen werken en dan de echte cooling down.Succes moppies
Pokkertje
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voda
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European Steel Makers Face Tough Times Ahead

Moody’s ratings agency predicts slowing demand and deteriorating profitability for the European steel makers. It said “Key sectors using European-made steel such as the automotive industry are likely to need less of the material next year amid a wider market slowdown. Meanwhile, escalating global trade tensions and a looming Brexit disrupting supply chains and stifling consumer confidence are major risks.”

Meanwhile, the European Commission is planning a carbon border tax aimed at shielding European steel producers and other energy-intensive industries against cheaper imports from countries with less strict climate policies. The EU new executive president Ms Ursula von der Leyen is due to unveil a first outline of her Green Deal, a package of regulations meant to drastically reduce carbon emissions of the bloc. The package will include a proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism for selected sectors to be introduced by 2021, according to a leaked Commission document. The plan could initially be tested on industries including steel, cement and aluminium

Europe’s steel makers have suffered a torrid 2019, with British Steel, UK’s second-largest, teetering on the brink of going bust, while Thyssenkrupp has issued one profit warning after another. Tata Steel has also cut jobs across the board.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
voda
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Ilva Steel Worker Unions Start Strike and Protest in Rome

Trade unions representing steel workers staged a big protest in Rome on as the Italian government continues talks to stop ArcelorMittal going back on an agreement to take over the former ILVA group. With thousands of jobs at stake, the country's three largest trade unions CGIL, CISL, and UIL promoted a 32 hour work stop in all plants starting from 12 PM local time on Monday night. Simultaneously, they called for a rally in the Italian capital that drew thousands of workers from Taranto and all of the other factories across the country.

CGIL union Secretary-General Mr Maurizio Landini said "Our message addresses both the government and the company. ArcelorMittal made a mistake by appealing to the court. It should sit around the table and negotiate instead, starting from the deal inked with unions in September last year. We'll fill Rome.”

ArcelorMittal in November filed suit to get out of their contract to take over the former ILVA steel works, including its troubled Taranto plant. On Monday Italian Prime Minister Mr Giuseppe Conte stressed that negotiation with ArcelorMittal are only at the beginning.

Source : ANSA
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