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Steel in Automotive


900kg of steel is used per vehicle on average.

The automotive sector accounts for roughly 12% of the overall global steel consumption.

Advanced high-strength steels (AHSS) are now used for nearly every new vehicle design.

Steel has a lower level of CO2 life cycle emissions than any other form of automotive material.

As the critical material in the automotive industry, steel has a broad range of yield strength with a high modulus of elasticity. Steel is also considered the preferable material in automotive applications due to its relatively low costs. In addition, automotive steel is lightweight thus fuel-efficient, making steel an ideal material for combat against climate change, a significant issue for the automotive sector, which is a substantial contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Being endlessly recyclable, steel provides a sustainable and cost-effective solution for the continuously growing automotive industry. Furthermore, steel is a versatile and durable material that enables creative designs, flexible remanufacturing, and affordable repairs.

CUMIC provides a wide range of quality steel types such as hot rolled and cold rolled steel, pickled & oiled, GI, AS, silicon steel, and various special steel products for the automotive sector, applicable for automotive applications including but not limited to automobile beam steel, steel wheels, anti-corrosion steel, camshaft, gearbox, steering-gear, engine gear, crankshaft, connecting rod, universal joint, suspension spring, torsion bar, stabilizer bar, hub, transmission bearing, and leaf-bearing.

Ever since CUMIC was founded on the vision of "Build the Future with Steel+", we have never stopped dedicating ourselves to offer the best products and services for our customers. We are committed to providing a wide range of quality steel products for all your needs in the automotive industry with our industry expertise. With long-term cooperative relations with over 200 steel mills and multiple globally known third-party quality control organizations, CUMIC is your trusted partner.

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