The leading technical journal for the global iron and steel industry

Metallurgical Plant Technology (MPT) International is the bi-monthly source for the technology of steelmaking. Each of six issues per year offers in-depth reports of recent projects, both in research and in commercial productions, together with graphics and figures, stories about political framework, and an overview of upcoming steel plant projects on all continents.

With the three largest steel plant builers based in Europe, the magazine adresses primarily an overseas audience.

Christian Köhlchief editor

What you can expect from the current issue:

Special Blechexpo 2019: Sheet Metal and Joining Technology Highlights

Events EMO Hannover 2019 provides clarity in uncertain times

Business Germany’s mechanical engineering industry steers through rough waters

Metallurgy Safety in Meltshops Thanks to Machine Intelligence

Industry 4.0 and SMS group team up to advance the “learning mill” at Big River Steel


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