Tenaris’s facility in Qingdao became the first in the Tenaris industrial network to introduce mandatory temperature scans, restrict employee gatherings, map out workstations to enforce social distancing and disinfect high-risk areas at least four times per day.
With the health care system in the Lombardy region of Italy under severe strain from a surge in coronavirus cases, Tenaris’s Dalmine seamless mill in Italy is rushing an order for 4,300 medical-grade gas cylinders.
Tenaris will be reducing its workforce in the US due to the abrupt, sharp decline in the price of oil, and subsequent decrease in market activity.
Tenaris announced layoffs today at its welded steel pipe manufacturing facility in Calgary, AB. The company anticipates the layoffs of approximately 110 union employees as of April 1. The announcement was made in a town hall meeting today with employees and union executives. A restart date has not yet been determined.
Fondazione Dalmine (FD), the historic preservation and research arm of the Techint Group, which includes Tenaris, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a reception for local stakeholders. Paolo Rocca, Chairman and CEO of Tenaris, and Michele Della Briotta, President of Tenaris Europe, led the ceremony.
In the continued push to create a risk-free learning environment and to make the learning process immersive, TenarisUniversity (TU) now offers a virtual reality-based training course for crane operators at the Dalmine mill in Bergamo.
We are the leading manufacturer of pipes and related services for the world's energy industry and certain other industrial applications. Our manufacturing system integrates steelmaking, pipe rolling and forming, heat treatment, threading and finishing across 16 countries. We also have an R&D network focused on enhancing our product portfolio and improving our production processes. Our team, based in more than 30 countries worldwide, is united by a passion for excellence in everything we do.