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  • Major Contract for voestalpine HBI Produced in Texaswater probe 20 August 2014 In April, ground was broken for the voestalpine Group’s direct reduction plant in Corpus Christi, Texas (USA). This was preceded by 15 months of extensive environmental impact assessments, all of which were successfully completed.
  • 2,200 tons for Corpus Christi 19 August 2014 The first 2,200 tons of steel for the reformer building and furnace tower of the HBI plant have arrived in Corpus Christi.
  • Skip the Plastic! 10 July 2014 voestalpine partners with Surfrider Foundation to reduce the impact of plastics in the marine environment.
  • Texas meets Austria 20 June 2014 Last month, a high-ranking delegation from the Coastal Bend traveled to Austria to take a closer look at voestalpine and its environment.
  • voestalpine Digs South Texasgroundbreaking ceremony 23 April 2014 After about a year of preparation, Wolfgang Eder, CEO of voestalpine, broke ground today for the construction of a direct reduction plant in Texas (USA). This EUR 550 million investment is the largest foreign investment in the history of the Austrian Group. The voestalpine Texas LLC plant is being constructed at the La Quinta Trade Gateway Terminal in close proximity to the City of Corpus Christi. Starting in 2016, the plant will produce two million tons of HBI (Hot Briquetted Iron) and DRI (Direct Reduced Iron) annually and will supply Austrian locations, such as Linz and Donawitz, with “sponge iron” as a premium raw material. With the new facility, voestalpine can significantly reduce production costs in Europe. The highly automated plant will create 150 jobs.

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