SSAB Company Review & Valuation SSAB-A
About Ssab Ab (publ)
SSAB AB (publ) produces and sells steel products in Sweden. It operates in five segments: SSAB Special Steels, SSAB Europe, SSAB Americas, Tibnor, and Ruukki Construction. The company offers wear steels for payload and service life; structural steel; prehardened tool steel; and protection plates, as well as quenched and tempered steels, and hot-rolled advanced high-strength steel products. It also provides hot-rolled plates, hot-rolled strips, cold-rolled strips, metal-coated strips, color-coated strips, tubes and sections, and infrastructure products. In addition, the company offers heavy plate products, including plate coils, heat treated plates, and normalized plates; and other products, such as hot-rolled coils, cold-rolled coils, metal-coated products, and pre-painted products. Further, it provides engineering steel and long products comprising beams, merchant bars, hollow sections, and rebars; stainless steel and non-ferrous metals primarily comprising aluminum and copper; steel roofs, rainwater systems, and accessories for residential construction; and components that include sandwich panels, load-bearing sheets, and façade claddings for non-residential construction. Additionally, the company offers frame solutions used in non-residential buildings; and delivery package optimization, and design and installation services, as well as spare parts, and aftermarket and value added services. It also exports its products primarily in Europe. The company markets its steel products under the Hardox, Strenx, Raex, Toolox, Armox, Ramor, Docol, GreenCoat, SSAB Boron, SSAB Domex, SSAB Form, SSAB Laser, and SSAB Weathering brands. It provides its products for customers in the heavy transport, automotive, material handling, construction machinery, energy, and construction industries, as well as applications for protection steel and tool steel products, and steel service centers and distributors. SSAB AB (publ) was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
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