“We will continue the talks with other potential partners in the same way as before,” said a spokesman for the Essen group. The aim is to make the steel business sustainable for the future. “For us, it depends on finding the best solution for this,” he emphasized.
The poker about the future of the troubled sector has also called the workers on the scene. In the morning, Thyssenkrupp steelmakers demonstrated in Düsseldorf for a state entry into the steel division.
Liberty Steel has a total of more than 30,000 employees in Europe, the UK, the USA and China and has a production capacity of 18 million tons. The company was founded in 1992 by Sanjeev Gupta, a UK-based industrial mogul. He also built the group through acquisitions, including businesses from Tata Steel Europe and from ArcelorMittal.