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Our top 10 stories of 2022

14 December 2022

As 2022 wraps up, we thought we’d revisit the most popular stories on our website for the year. These are the posts that had the most visitors for 2022.  

  1. New InfraBuild facility due to open 
    Our Melbourne Steel Centre team moved to a new purpose-built warehousing and office facility in April. The new Vic Metro site in South Dandenong saw radical improvements in steel product processing and supply. Read the story. 
  1. Continuous improvement shutdown maintenance program 
    Taking advantage of plant shutdown periods over the holiday break, our steel mill teams completing major renewal and maintenance projects to ensure the future health and sustainability of our equipment. Find out what they did. 
  1. Sydney Steel Mill billet caster conversion a boon at Rooty Hill 
    Our Sydney Steel Mill has increased the throughput rate of its billet caster after increasing the diameter of its billets, resulting in efficiencies for the business which will flow on to customers. Read more. 
  1. EPDs: Value in third party verification 
    As a third party verified and registered document, EPD’s contain important and relevant data and information on a product’s lifecycle and environmental impact. Learn more. 
  1. New billet marking improves traceability 
    At our Sydney melt shop, the billet stamper has been replaced with an automated laser marking system to improve the quality and consistency of the markings. Find out more. 
  1. Tale of the Mills – In conversation with Hercules and Stephen 
    Find out what happens at our Rod and Bar manufacturing operations, and why our ‘we are stronger when we work together’ value is so important. Read more. 
  1. Warm charging project 
    Warm Charging delivers one Green Star point using InfraBuild manufactured reinforcing products. Find out what it is, and how it works. 
  1. Regional towns get new bridges In Quick time thanks to ARC tie up 
    We have teamed up with an innovative Aussie company, InQuik Bridging Systems, to supply prefabricated modular bridge products in regional communities. Learn more about how these replacement bridges work. 
  1. Strong results as we head into changing market 
    Our results for FY22 were encouraging and testament to our team’s ability to manage supply chain challenges while striking a good balance between managing customer expectations and servicing the market. Read more. 
  1. Business update as we near the close of the 2022 calendar year 
    With the end of the 2022 calendar year fast approaching, here is an update on our business performance. Read the update. 

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