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Bisalloy and BlueScope to supply first trial order for SEA 1000

Australian steel makers Bisalloy and BlueScope have signed a contract with Naval Group Australia to produce up to 250 tonnes of specialised steel for the Future Submarine Project (SEA 1000).

BlueScope announces 1H FY2018 results

BlueScope has released its half year financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2017. The company has posted a $441.2 million reported net profit after...

Broadspectrum secures rail contract from BlueScope

Broadspectrum has won a multi-year contract to provide maintenance services to BlueScope’s 78 kilometres of rail infrastructure in the Port Kembla Steelworks, NSW. The five-year...

BlueScope appoints Mark Vassella as new CEO

BlueScope has announced the appointment of Mark Vassella as new Managing Director & CEO, effective 1 January 2018. Mr Vassella, who will succeed the retiring...

BlueScope introduces world-first workplace safety app

BlueScope Steel has teamed up with Australia’s leading app developer Buzinga App Development to improve health and safety methods for its employees and contractors...

BlueScope targets at least $510m first half EBIT

BlueScope Steel, Australia's largest steelmaking business, expects its underlying earnings for the first half of the financial year to be at least $510 million...

BlueScope records strong profit growth in June half

BlueScope has recorded a $353.8 million net profit after tax in the June half, which represents a $217.5 million increase on last year’s result. Managing...

BlueScope forecasts full year underlying EBIT lift to $570 million

BlueScope announced that its preliminary unaudited underlying earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for the year ended 30 June 2016 is expected to be...

Bradken appoints new CEO  

Bradken, Australia’s largest combined foundry and heavy engineering group, has announced the appointment of Mr Paul Zuckerman as Chief Executive Officer of the company,...

Welding Technology Institute of Australia says new laws could save Aussie steel industry

The Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) has called on the federal and state governments to legislate procurement policies that recognise the quality of...
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