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17 January, 2019

Stainless steel welded tubes: new price list 2019

Marcegaglia Specialties presents European price list", the new price list for stainless steel welded tubes, box sections, decoration and corrosion, which will provide for an increase of 100 euros per tonne on all types of product.

14 January, 2019

1959-2019: Marcegaglia celebrates 60 years of history

In 1959, exactly 60 years ago, Steno Marcegaglia established a small factory, Marcegaglia-Caraffini, specialized in the manufacturing of roller shutter and open profiles. The company was taken over a few time later and re-named Metallurgica Mantovana.

19 December, 2018

The new Quality and EEHS areas are online

Marcegaglia.com website has been enriched with two new areas regarding quality and environment, energy, health and safety.

November 30th, 2018

The new Company Profile Marcegaglia Plates is online

Marcegaglia Plates is the Italian company of the Marcegaglia group focused on heavy plates production with about 400,000 tons per years output.

1 November, 2018

Marcegaglia expands its carbon steel sheets range

Marcegaglia Carbon Steel expands its carbon steel sheets range, adding two new grades and three new finishing to an already wide range of feasibility, to satisfy even the most demanding customers, confirming itself as a benchmark company in the metallurgical market.

26 September, 2018

Antonio Marcegaglia at innovA: we are interested in Ast Terni

During innovA, the convention of innovation for the steel industry held in Brescia, the Chairman and CEO Antonio Marcegaglia expressed the group's interest in a possible acquisition of Ast Terni.

 

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