SteelZero members

Forward-looking organisations have joined SteelZero, making a commitment to procuring, specifying or stocking 100% net zero steel by 2050 at the latest. You can read about our members' commitments here.

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Members

Name Commitment Website
Ørsted Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2040. orsted.com/en

Ørsted is a renewable energy company taking action to create a world that runs entirely on green energy. It owns and operates a 327 MW portfolio of onshore wind farms in local communities across the island of Ireland. Ørsted aims to develop more than 600 MW new onshore assets, repower existing assets, and grow its presence in Ireland's nascent energy storage market. At present, Ørsted has got a further 45 MW new onshore wind ready to build, and 298 MW in the advanced development pipeline.                                                    

Ørsted was once one of the most coal-intensive energy companies in Europe, today, its the world's most sustainable energy company, and a global leader in the transition to green energy.

A.P. Moller - Maersk Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2040. www.maersk.com

A.P. Moller - Maersk is an integrated container logistics company working to connect and simplify its customers’ supply chains. As the global leader in shipping services, the company operates in 130 countries and employs approximately 95,000 people.

Steel is an integral part of Maersk’s value chain. From ships and containers to terminals and warehouses, steel is a key component of many of Maersk’s assets. 

B+M Steel Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.bmsteel.co.uk

Barclay & Mathieson (B+M Steel) has over 130 years’ experience as steel stockholders in the UK; B+M Steel operate from 15 locations around the country, from Aberdeen down to Winchester and Sittingbourne across to Bangor. Its extensive stock range enables them to satisfy its customers’ requirements with same or next-day delivery. Through its well established inter-branch transfer system, each site has access to the total group stocks. Whether a multinational engineering group or a DIY enthusiast, B+M Steel provides the products and services for all construction projects.

Barrett Steel Limited Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.barrettsteel.com

Barrett Steel Limited are the UK’s largest steel stockholder with over 150 years of heritage. Family owned, the group is made up of 29 sites and holds over 120,000 tonnes of steel stock. Barrett Steel is committed to providing innovative and exceptional service by continuously investing in the latest processing machinery and materials handling equipment. Customer needs and community support are at the heart of everything, ensuring Barrett Steel is always your local steel stockholder. 

BHC Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. bhc.ltd.uk

BHC Ltd. was formed in 1992 with the capacity to fabricate 30 tonnes of structural steel per week. Since then it has grown in strength and stature and can now process 800 tonnes of structural steel per week to service the Agricultural, Commercial, Education, Gas and Oil, Health, Industrial and Power sectors.              

BHC Ltd. employs over 410 people and provides full service facility including: estimating, design, detailing, concrete and building works, and more.

Billington Structures Ltd. Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. billington-structures.co.uk

Billington Structures Ltd. is part of Billington Holdings PLC, a UK based group of companies focused on its structural steel & engineering activites throughout the UK and European markets.               

Billington Structures is one of the UK's leading structural steel contractors. They are nationally recognised and multi award-winning, with other 70 years' experience in the industry. With two steel fabrication plants in Barnsley and one in Bristol Billington Structures have the capability to produce over 40,000 tonnes of steel each year.

Bourne Group Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.bournegroup.ltd

Bourne Group provide structural steelwork and cross-disciplinary car park solutions to clients throughout the UK and internationally. The Bourne Group is known for its expertise in three areas: structural steelwork, car park design and build and structural innovation and technical solutions. It is a body of knowledge that has completed many thousands of projects. Bourne Group demonstrates a commitment to the continuous improvement of safety, quality and of its people.

The Bourne Group has for many years taken the lead in the refurbishment of major steel structures and recognises the life cycle benefits of steel as a construction material. Combined with its excellence in engineering and technical solutions for challenging projects, the Bourne Group continues to deliver both efficient and sustainable steel solutions.

Deconstruct UK Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.deconstructuk.com

Deconstruct are recognised as one of the UK’s leading specialist enabling works contractors. Through genuine in-house resource, amalgamating all trades, Deconstruct provides a ‘one stop shop’ solution from vacant possession to structural completion.   

Deconstruct expertise includes taking complex structures and installing designed temporary works, permitting the deconstruction of fundamental elements. Other specialities include demolition, retained facades, structural alterations, temporary works, piling, basement structures, subterranean, concrete structures, steelwork and dangerous structures.

Eiffage Métal France Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.eiffagemetal.com

Eiffage Métal France is an industrial designer. Historical leader in turnkey metal construction, the company is recognised for its ability to produce exceptional works, constantly pushing back the limits of technology.

Eiffage Métal, supported by its European subsidiaries, puts its engineering strengths, its project management expertise and its production know-how at the service of turnkey solutions. Its integrated design offices as well as the production capacity of its industrial sites spread across Europe, allow it to give substance to the most complex works to meet the expectations of its customers. 

Grosvenor Property UK Transition to using 50% low emission steel by 2030, setting a clear pathway to using 100% net zero steel by 2050. www.grosvenor.com/property/property-uk

Grosvenor group are experts in developing and managing neighbourhoods with long experience of pioneering change acquired over more than 340 years. As a people and planet positive business, Grosvenor Group look long-term: shaping places that will be better for the next century.

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