Tenaris has developed a comprehensive plan to manage the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world. The health and safety of our people and service to our customers remain our top priority.
We focus on manufacturing and delivering our products responsibly and safely, preventing harm to our people, our mills, our suppliers, our communities and the environment. Our approach is based on the detection and prevention of risks or unexpected events.
More than 10% of our capital expenditures are focused on projects that reduce the risks of operations and the environmental footprint of our activities.
USD 1.7 million invested in 2018 for overhead cranes improvements at Siderca mill (Argentina).
Installed a system for noise reduction at FAT3 Rolling mill in 2017 (Tamsa mill, Mexico).
USD 0.9 million investment for internal circulation improvements at Dalmine mill (Italy).
USD 1.9 million investment in order to improve steel shop furnaces and ladles at Siderca mill (Argentina).
Tenaris has recently become a member of the Global CCS Institute, an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change.
Today, for the eighth year in a row, Steel Safety Day is taking place around the world and Tenaris is observing the event by reinforcing to its employees the need to think and act safe, always.
With a focus on energy transition and a special chapter on COVID-19, Tenaris’s 2020 Sustainability Report presents the company’s efforts to navigate the pandemic and its strategy to deliver 2030 targets and confront climate change.