ArcelorMittal supplies steel for Spanish railway network

ArcelorMittal will supply steel for railway infrastructure projects in Spain, Kallanish learns from Spanish state-owned company Adif.

“Adif’s board has approved the award to ArcelorMittal of six contracts for the new railway supply that includes the Mediterranean Corridor, as it passes through Valencia and Catalonia, and some high-speed connections in the national railway network,” Adif says. The combined value of the contracts is €163 million ($161.6m).

ArcelorMittal will fulfil the agreement by supplying 81,200 tonnes of rails, profiled bars or rolled steel from its plant in Gijón, northern Spain, the railway infrastructure company adds.

Todor Kirkov Bulgaria