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Going beyond

Find out everything about Materials Services' sustainability initiative.
Going beyond

Site in El Puig is to be climate-neutral as early as 2023.Successful in the use of renewable energies

thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe in El Puig
Successful in the use of renewable energies

New partnership for the supply of lithium

(c) Henri Koskinen
New partnership for the supply of lithium

New in our StoriesMaximum control in complex systems

Digital Supply Chains
Maximum control in complex systems

Calculating CO2e footprint for the entire supply chain

Calculating CO2e footprint (c) thyssenkrupp Materials Services
Calculating CO2e footprint for the entire supply chain

Latest press releases


Sustainable housebuilding: thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe supplies profile manufacturer Gebhardt-Stahl with CO2-reduced bluemint steel

  • Processing specialist launches new product carbon footprint calculator for the first time on the market

  • Full transparency on CO2e footprint from production to delivery 

House construction has great potential to protect the climate. According to UN estimates, the construction and building sector causes 38% of global CO2 emissions. In addition to the use of energy, the choice of materials plays a key role. This is exactly where the Gebhardt-Stahl company comes in: The expert for steel profiles from Werl relies on the expertise of thyssenkrupp - and has thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe supply it with customized, CO2e-reduced slit strip. In addition, thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe calculates the exact CO2e footprint of the material from production to delivery for its customer. 

The bluemint® recycled starting material from thyssenkrupp Steel Europe is of particular importance in this project: Thanks to modified input materials, the product can show a reduction in CO2e emissions of over 60%. In addition, the steel is characterized by a high recycled content. The reduced value of the starting material's CO2 emissions as a result of the more environmentally friendly production is incorporated in the model for calculating the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) at thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe, which is unique on the market to date. 


thyssenkrupp Aerospace and AMAG extend their cooperation

  • AMAG signs six-month contract with thyssenkrupp Aerospace

  • Cooperation has existed since the beginning of AMAG's aviation history

  • thyssenkrupp Aerospace appreciates high recycled content in aluminum 

The partnership between AMAG Austria Metall AG and thyssenkrupp Aerospace has existed since the very beginning of AMAG's aviation history. The strong cooperation has now been extended for a further six months in the coming year with the signing of a new supply contract. thyssenkrupp Aerospace has thereby secured the procurement of premium aluminum for the coming year through AMAG. 

Patrick Marous, CEO of thyssenkrupp Aerospace, states: "We are very pleased to have been able to conclude this contract as part of our long-term, strategic partnership with AMAG. In the current volatile market environment, it is our common goal to support our customers as a reliable partner. Long-term material supply is therefore an important part of our Materials as a Service strategy." 

"Once again, the respectful way in which we have dealt with each other during the pandemic has proven that long-term perspectives are at the forefront of our partnership with thyssenkrupp Aerospace. We are all the more pleased to be able to contribute to the upturn in the aviation industry with the conclusion of this agreement," said Victor Breguncci, AMAG Austria Metall AG's Chief Sales Officer. 

AMAG's aluminium, which is supplied in the form of sheets and plates to thyssenkrupp Aerospace, a subsidiary of thyssenkrupp Materials Services, and its locations in 22 countries, is used for the further production of almost all aerospace segments, such as outer shells, seats and structural parts for Boeing and Airbus, among others. 

AMAG is the specialist for established aerospace materials and customized solutions for customer specific applications. AMAG products stand out due to their high scrap input ratio and the associated extremely low CO2 emissions. 

About AMAG Group

AMAG is a leading Austrian premium supplier of high-quality cast and rolled aluminum products used in a wide range of industries, including the aircraft, automotive, sporting goods, lighting, mechanical engineering, construction, and packaging industries. The Canadian smelting company Alouette, in which AMAG holds a 20 percent stake, produces high-quality primary aluminum with an exemplary life cycle assessment. The AMAG components division, headquartered in Übersee am Chiemsee, combines expertise and many years of experience in the production of ready-to-install metal parts for the aerospace industry.


Successful in the use of renewable energies: thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe in El Puig to be climate-neutral as early as 2023

As part of the steel service center network of thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe, the site in El Puig, near Valencia, is systematically taking further steps towards climate neutrality: From as early as 2023, the company will operate on site in a climate-neutral manner. One important element is the installation of an extensive photovoltaic system.


thyssenkrupp Materials Services and ITP extend their partnership at Farnborough Airshow

thyssenkrupp Materials Services, a leading materials supplier and supply chain solutions provider, and Industria de Turbo Propulsores (ITP), a Spanish global operator and foremost manufacturer of aircraft engine turbines, components and associated services for the aerospace sector, have agreed to extend their existing strategic cooperation until the end of 2024. With its units thyssenkrupp Aerospace and thyssenkrupp Materials UK, thyssenkrupp Materials Services will extend the supply of stainless steel and nickel products to ITP locations in UK, Poland, Spain, India and Mexico. The extended agreement was signed at Farnborough Airshow and showcases the strength of the global network of both organizations, offering a strong local presence and cooperation. 


thyssenkrupp Aerospace and Deutsche Aircraft Enter Strategic Partnership to Design Materials Supply Chain for the D328ecoTM

Deutsche Aircraft and
thyssenkrupp Aerospace announce today that they are entering a strategic partnership to develop a material supply chain solution for the D328ecoTM aircraft. thyssenkrupp Aerospace, a company of thyssenkrupp Materials Services, will be responsible for the design of the material planning and procurement processes between multiple material and sub-tier suppliers. 

thyssenkrupp Aerospace’s supply chain experts will consult Deutsche Aircraft to develop the basis for a control tower solution that will ensure an optimal coordination of supply flows. A transparent and centralized data assessment stands at the core of the solution, to align demand and supply within the manufacturing network, cutting out obsolete inventories and material shortfalls. 


thyssenkrupp Materials Trading and Rock Tech Lithium Inc. agree on a partnership for the supply of raw materials for Europe's first lithium converter and the purchase of battery-grade lithium hydroxide

The raw materials supplier thyssenkrupp Materials Trading GmbH and the German-Canadian clean-tech company Rock Tech Lithium Inc. have signed a memorandum of understanding on the supply of spodumene concentrate, i.e. rock containing lithium. The mineral spodumene is one of the most important raw materials needed for the production of lithium-ion batteries, which are used in electric cars, for example. For this, the raw material spodumene must be refined into lithium hydroxide, which can then be supplied to cathode manufacturers for the battery industry worldwide. Cathodes and anodes are essential components of battery cells, without which the current would not flow. Rock Tech Lithium Inc. will process the spodumene concentrate into battery-grade lithium hydroxide in the first converter in Europe, which is scheduled to come on stream in Guben, Brandenburg, in 2024.