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      A revolution in mining, minerals, and metals

      New digital technologies and the IoT are opening doors to untapped efficiency – and helping companies meet their toughest challenges. See what opportunities Schneider Electric can unlock for you.

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      Our complete solutions for the metals industry empower you to optimize production and plant operations while achieving safety and sustainability goals.

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      Improve worker safety. Enable sustainable development. Maximize output, revenue, and margin. Optimize OPEX and CAPEX. Attract and develop new talent.
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      Our Solutions for the Metals Industry

      Helping the metals industry grow in a sustainable way.

      Why work with Schneider Electric

      • Handshake icon We value our partnerships Obtain & maintain your social license to operate through our energy and sustainability solutions and services.
      • Default Alternative Text One stop shop for the metals industry Boost operations efficiency and maximize value creation with our production and operations optimization solutions.


      • Default Alternative Text Steel production is very energy-intensive and accounts for up to 40% of the total production cost.
      • Blue leaf icon On average, up to 15% of US steel CAPEX goes toward environmental initiatives.
      • Blue Earth America icon World crude steel production in 2013 was 1.6 billion tonnes
      • Blue automotive icon In 2013, more than 87 million vehicles were manufactured requiring a total of 79 million tons of steel
      • Blue smart city icon In 2013, the highest per capita steel consumption was in South Korea, with 1057 kg, which was over 3x that of the USA.