Aperam is a global player in stainless steel with 2.5mt of flat stainless steel capacity in Europe and Brazil. The Company is also a leading producer of high value-added specialty products, including electrical steel and nickel alloys.
Aperam has a highly integrated distribution, processing and services network and a unique capability to produce stainless and specialty from low cost biomass (charcoal). Its industrial network is concentrated in six production facilities located in Brazil, Belgium and France.
Aperam products are sold in over 40 countries spread across three continents. Customers come from a range of industries,
In 2016, Aperam had sales of USD 4.3 billion and steel shipments of 1.92 million tonnes.
Since its 2011 spin-off from ArcelorMittal, Aperam has become the largest stainless and specialty steel producer in South America and the second largest in Europe. Aperam is also a leading producer of such value-added specialty products as grain oriented (GO) and non-grain oriented (NGO) electrical steel and nickel alloys. In 2016, the company shipped 1.92 million tonnes of steel and recorded USD 4.3 billion in sales.
Aperam’s production capacity is concentrated in six production facilities located in Brazil, Belgium and France. Its distribution network is comprised of 14 Steel Service Centres (SSCs), eight transformation facilities and 19 sales offices. Together, the company employee approximately 9,500 employees worldwide.
Aperam products are sold in over 40 countries spread across three continents. Customers come from a range of industries, including: aerospace, automotive, catering, construction, household appliances, electrical engineering, industrial processes, medical and oil & gas.
The company takes its responsibility to its employees and the environment seriously. Aperam’s priority is the health, safety and well-being of its employees, contractors and the communities it operates in, and the company is committed to the sustainable management of the environment and of finite resources.
Aperam is listed on the stock exchanges of Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels and Luxembourg under the APAM symbol, and is traded as New York registry shares on the OTCXC under the APEMY symbol.