Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 23, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Dec 27, 2022
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The project comprises different investments in innovative, first-of-a-kind breakthrough technologies and advanced manufacturing technologies (AMT) in the promoter's steels plants in Italy and in Croatia. It also includes innovative circular economy investments and covers the promoter's investments in RDI activities. The project is located in the north of Italy and north of Croatia and covers a three to four year period (2022 until 2025).
The objectives of the project are threefold:
- the investments in the promoter's steel mills will, among others, decrease the overall environmental footprint of the promoter's steel manufacturing process and enable the production of innovative products;
- the investments in circular economy will further increase the promoter's usage of secondary raw materials, its resource efficiency and further increase the circularity of its already highly circular operations;
- the investments in RDI will strengthen the promoter's technological know-how in plant engineering and equipment design with a view to providing its customers with innovative and more sustainable plants capable of superior product quality and lower investment and production costs.
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