High-speed railway lines run on rails from Saarstahl Rail
The first low-carbon metro line 16 in Paris (“bas carbone”) is being built with carbon-neutral steel from Saarstahl Rail. The high-speed railway lines in France and worldwide run on rails from Saarstahl Rail, as do the most important European railroad networks.
This steel not only puts rail transport on a safe track, it is also already produced with a carbon-reduced process by Saarstahl Ascoval in France.
It is impossible to imagine cars in Europe without Saarstahl products. Saarstahl’s thermomechanically rolled spring steel cuts weight in vehicle construction by up to 20 percent, which means lower consumption and emissions. So we have long been an essential part of the mobility revolution.