STEELMIN LIMITED

STEELMIN LIMITED
Director: Chris McNamee
Address: 39 Wilton Crescent London SW1X 8RX
E-mail: info@steelmin.com
Website: www.steelmin.com

ADVANCING TO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Steelmin is a producer of strategic alloys used in the metals and chemical industries. Production is based in central Bosnia and Herzegovina with a capacity of 50,000 tonnes per annum of high quality silicon metal and ferrosilicon. Silicon and ferroalloys are classified by the EU as strategic raw materials due to their use in the aerospace, automotive, electronics and renewable energy sectors. Steelmin is located in Jajce, in central Bosnia, 104 kilometres north west of Sarajevo and is well positioned to serve key European markets.

The smelter is situated close to high purity quartz deposits and abundant and economical hydro-generated power, both crucial factors for commercially successful ferrosilicon and silicon steels. Steelmin benefits from a highly skilled local Bosnian workforce and team of technical managers, all of whom are experienced in ferroalloy production.

HISTORY

From wacker chemie to now
The site of Steelmin’s facility was originally founded by Wacker Chemie in 1897. It became part of Elektrobosna and was one of the former Yugoslavia’s largest exporters.

VALUES

Community relations
Steelmin acts with integrity and responsibility in all its relationships with employees, clients and suppliers, and also within the communities in which it operates, through a commitment to local support and development.

Environment
Steelmin is committed to achieving the highest standards of safety and environmental conduct, producing materials that help its customers minimise negative environmental impact, and complying with all EU standards.

Sustainable development
Steelmin has two key sustainability aims:
  1. To play a fundamental role in the green economy’s supply chain. Steelmin services both the solar and recycling industries, which are vitally important in addressing the ongoing challenges of climate change, waste reduction and limiting pollution.
  2. A commitment to measuring and minimizing the environmental footprint associated with its own manufacturing operations.

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