SSAB and Ruukki have now joined forces

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SSAB and Ruukki have now joined forces. "A stronger, lighter, more sustainable world"

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  • All production locations SSAB:
    Luleå
    Borlänge
    Oxelösund
    Montpelier, Iowa
    Mobile, Alabama
    Edinburgh
    Amsterdam
    Perth
    Montreal
    Vancouver
    Northport, Alabama
    Santiago
    Lissabon
    Kunshan
    Ghedi
    Wroclaw
    Johannesburg
    Houston, Texas
    Toronto, Canada
    St.Paul, Minnesota
    Singapore
    Bilbao
    Warzava

    All production locations Tibnor/SSAB:
    Mälardalen (Köping and Eskilstuna)
    Lanna
    Luleå
    Linköping
    Borlänge
    Kil
    Falköping
    Tavlov (Danmark)
    Riga (Lettland)

    All production locations Plannja/SSAB:
    Sweden Järnforsen
    Sweden Landsbro
    Poland Warszaw
    Romania Bacau

    All production locations Ruukki (steel and construction):
    Finland Hämeenlinna
    Finland Raahe
    China Shanghai
    Estonia Pärnu
    Estonia Tallinn
    Finland Alajärvi
    Finland Hyvinkää
    Finland Järvenpää
    Finland Kankaanpää
    Finland Lappohja
    Finland Oulainen
    Finland Peräseinäjoki
    Finland Pulkkila
    Finland Seinäjoki
    Finland Toijala
    Finland Uusikaupunki
    Finland Vimpeli
    Finland Ylivieska
    Lithuania Gargzdai
    Lithuania Vaidotai
    Norway Oslo
    Norway Bergen
    Norway Berger
    Norway Bryne
    Norway Gressvik
    Norway Trondheim
    Poland Oborniki
    Poland Żyrardów
    Romania Bolintin Deal
    Russia Obninsk
    Russia St. Petersburg
    Sweden Anderslöv
    Sweden Virsbo
    Ukraine Kyiv
  • All production locations SSAB:
    Luleå
    Borlänge
    Oxelösund
    Montpelier, Iowa
    Mobile, Alabama
    Edinburgh
    Amsterdam
    Perth
    Montreal
    Vancouver
    Northport, Alabama
    Santiago
    Lissabon
    Kunshan
    Ghedi
    Wroclaw
    Johannesburg
    Houston, Texas
    Toronto, Canada
    St.Paul, Minnesota
    Singapore
    Bilbao
    Warzava

    All steel production locations Ruukki:
    Finland Raahe
    Finland Hämeenlinna
    China Shanghai
    Finland Kankaanpää
    Finland Lappohja
    Finland Oulainen
    Finland Pulkkila
    Finland Toijala
    Finland Uusikaupunki
    Poland Oborniki
    Russia St. Petersburg
    Sweden Virsbo
  • SSAB Production locations North and South America
    Northport, Alabama, the US
    Mobile
    Montpelier
    Houston
    St Paul
    Santiago

    SSAB Production locations Canada
    Montreal, Québec, Canada
    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    Toronto

    Wear Solutions
    Birmingham
  • All steel tube production locations SSAB:
    Sweden Borlänge

    All steel tube production locations Ruukki:
    Finland Hämeenlinna
    Finland Lappohja
    Finland Oulainen
    Finland Pulkkila
    Finland Toijala
    Sweden Virsbo
  • *SG&A = Selling, general and administrative expenses
  • All production locations Tibnor/SSAB:
    Mälardalen (Köping and Eskilstuna)
    Lanna
    Luleå
    Linköping
    Borlänge
    Kil
    Falköping
    Tavlov (Danmark)
    Riga (Lettland)

    All steel distribution locations Ruukki:
    Estonia Tallinn
    Finland Hyvinkää
    Finland Järvenpää
    Finland Raahe
    Finland Seinäjoki
    Lithuania Vaidotai
    Norway Oslo
    Norway Bergen
    Norway Berger
    Norway Bryne
    Norway Gressvik
    Norway Trondheim
  • All production locations Plannja:
    Sweden Järnforsen
    Sweden Landsbro
    Poland Warszaw
    Romania Bacau

    All construction production locations Ruukki:
    Estonia Pärnu
    Finland Alajärvi
    Finland Peräseinäjoki
    Finland Vimpeli
    Finland Ylivieska
    Lithuania Gargzdai
    Poland Oborniki
    Poland Żyrardów
    Romania Bolintin Deal
    Russia Obninsk
    Sweden Anderslöv
    Ukraine Kyiv

  • SSAB and Ruukki have now joined forces

    1. 1. SSAB and Ruukki have joined forces
    2. 2. “It’s a deal! SSAB and Ruukki are now one” 2
    3. 3. Content  New SSAB – More competitive together  Our vision and history  Company overview  Steel business  Tibnor – Nordic Steel Distribution business  Ruukki Construction 3
    4. 4. New SSAB – More competitive together 4
    5. 5. New SSAB – More competitive together  Strengthened customer offering  Enhanced ability to invest in product development and R&D – innovation leader  Enhanced potential for profitable growth in Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered steels (Q&T)  Increased flexibility and cost-effectiveness  Annual cost synergies of up to SEK 1.4 billion (EUR 150 million) realized over a three year period 5
    6. 6. Our vision and history 6
    7. 7. Our vision 7 » A stronger, lighter and more sustainable world « Together with our customers, SSAB will go further than anyone to realize the full potential of lighter, stronger and more durable steel products
    8. 8. We share a common heritage of steel making 8  SSAB was formed in 1978 through a merger of three companies: Domnarvets Jernverk (originally started in 1878), Norrbottens Järnverk (1940) and Oxelösunds Järnverk (1914). This was a big restructuring of the Swedish steel industry led by the state  In 1989, SSAB’s shares were listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange  With the acquisition of IPSCO in North America in 2007, SSAB carried out one of the largest Swedish corporate acquisitions of modern times  Rautaruukki was established in 1960 to ensure the availability of raw materials for the Finnish shipbuilding and other metal industries  Pig iron production started in Raahe in 1964  Cold-rolling and galvanizing started in Hämeenlinna in 1972  In the early 1990s, Ruukki expanded into the construction business  In 2004, all the different companies in Rautaruukki Corporation started using the marketing name Ruukki
    9. 9. Company overview 9
    10. 10. New SSAB – Strong globally and locally 10
    11. 11. New SSAB in brief  Nordic and US-based steel company with a global reach  Leading producer of Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered steels (Q&T), standard strip, plate and tubular products as well as construction solutions  Preliminary net sales in 2013, appr. SEK 56 billion (EUR 6.4 billion)  About 17,300 employees in 50 countries  Steel production facilities in Sweden, Finland and the US  Annual steel production capacity of 8.8 million tonnes  Organized in five divisions: – SSAB Special steels, SSAB Europe, SSAB Americas, Tibnor, Ruukki Construction  Listed on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange in Stockholm and secondary listing on NASDAQ OMX in Helsinki 11
    12. 12. Five divisions – Leading in their businesses 12 Global steel and service partner in value added Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered steels (Q&T) SSAB Europe SSAB Americas Tibnor Ruukki Construction SSAB Special Steels Nordic-based steel producer of high-quality strip, heavy plate and tubes North America-based steel producer of high-quality heavy plate Nordic full-service steel distribution partner European provider of energy efficient building and construction solutions
    13. 13. Divisions SSAB Special Steels SSAB Europe SSAB Americas Tibnor Ruukki Construction Olavi Huhtala Charles Schmitt Mikael Nyquist Marko Somerma 13 Functions Finance Legal and Strategy HR, Procurement, Shared Services Communications Market Development Håkan Folin Jonas Bergstrand Monika Gutén Martin Lindqvist President and CEO Per Olof Stark Technical Development Gregoire Parenty Group Executive Committee (GEC) Taina Kyllönen Martin Pei
    14. 14. Steel business 14
    15. 15. Strategic focus areas for the steel business  Growth in Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) and Quenched & Tempered steels (Q&T) – pursue new segments and geographies  Maintain home market leadership – clear ambition to remain leader in both North America and the Nordics  Growth in value added services – provide more 15 customer value  Improve customer experience – continue to develop the SSAB way of engaging customers  Improve profitability through cost synergies, efficiency and flexibility  Strengthen performance culture – combine the “best of both”
    16. 16. Nordic and US-based steel company with global reach 16
    17. 17. Broadened steel production base in the Nordics Luleå – employees 1,200 1 2 3 Steel-making SSAB Europe Raahe – employees 2,800 Steel-making, heavy plates and strip products, SSAB Europe Hämeenlinna – employees 900 Strip products and tubes SSAB Europe Borlänge – employees 2,100 Oxelösund – employees 2,300 4 5 Strip products SSAB Europe Steel-making, heavy plates SSAB Special Steels Employees per December 2013 17
    18. 18. Two production facilities in the US 18 Montpelier, Iowa Employees: 497 Heavy plate mill, 1.2 MTON Scrap based EAF production R&D Centre Mobile, Alabama Employees: 592 Heavy plate mill, 1.2 MTON Scrap based EAF production Q&T lines 1 2 1 2 SSAB Production locations Wear Solutions
    19. 19. Tube and infrastructure production in the Nordics 19  Strong set-up for producing tubes, profiles and infrastructure components – 3 tube works in Finland producing piles, structural hollow sections and precision tubes – 1 tube works in Finland producing sections and profiles – 1 tube works in Sweden producing line pipes and structural hollow sections – Also Hämeenlinna and Borlänge sites have tube production SSAB tube mills Ruukki tube mills
    20. 20. Key customer segments for steel business Heavy transport Automotive Construction machinery Construction Material handling Energy Service centers 20
    21. 21. 21 Strong product brands Structural Protection Automotive Wear Color-coated Engineering and tooling Joint product brand portfolio for the new SSAB will be ready at the beginning of 2015
    22. 22. Wear services – Products and applications  Products and applications for the wear market and aftermarket  “One stop shop” for Wear Services within, e.g. infrastructure and recycling  Strengthen presence within the mining sector  By expanding our offering, we become a more complete supplier  With focused resources and work methods we work close to the end-user 22
    23. 23. Tibnor – Nordic Steel Distribution business 23
    24. 24. Strategic focus areas for Tibnor  Grow home market leadership – Growth in standard and special steels – Expand value-added services  Establish one true Nordic set-up – Specialization and optimization of assets and flows across countries – Expand collaboration with SSAB Europe and SSAB Special Steels  Expand distribution offering in the Nordics – Expand multi-metal product and processing services offering – Increase distribution margin through: • Realization of synergies in assets, purchasing and SG&A* • Growth of multi-metal offering in all countries • Focusing on value-added distribution 24
    25. 25. Leading Nordic multi-metal distribution division 25  Strong combined set-up of processing sites for SSAB products – Value added services processing sites for plate and carbon steel – 2 value added services processing sites for tubes
    26. 26. Ruukki Construction 26
    27. 27. Strategic focus areas for the construction business  Rapid growth and role change in roofing – Build and roll-out replicable business model – Expand distribution and installation to get closer to Xxx 27 consumers  Run systematic path to energy-efficient and functional envelopes – Differentiate business focusing on energy-efficient and functional products – Focus on fewer market segments and growth within them  From tailored towards modular concept buildings – Step change in commercial and operational project management excellence – Develop repeatable modular solutions
    28. 28. Building a major European construction business 2013 Plannja Ruukki Combined Employees 340 3,200 3,500 Manufacturing sites 4 12 16 28
    29. 29. Strong product portfolio under Ruukki and Plannja brands 29 ROOF PROFILES PRODUCTS PANELS STEEL STRUCTURES
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