Swiss Steel Group launches new solutions for sustainable aviation
AVIATION & AIRPORTS

Swiss Steel Group launches new solutions for sustainable aviation

Meeting ambitious climate targets in aviation necessitates sweeping changes throughout the entire value chain, including adopting sustainable materials, developing new propulsion technologies, improving engine efficiency, and reducing non-CO2 climate impacts. These efforts must also ensure that supply chains remain efficient, safe, and short.

The aviation sector urgently needs to contribute significantly to global climate protection initiatives. Although it accounts for about 4% of the EU's total greenhouse gas emissions, this figure is rapidly increasing due to rising passenger numbers. Addressing this, Swiss Steel Group's recent white paper explores these challenges and proposes innovative solutions. The paper underscores Swiss Steel Group's vital role in supplying top-quality steels for sustainable aircraft designs, which are crucial for reducing environmental impact and enhancing aircraft efficiency.

Frank Koch, CEO, Swiss Steel Group, stated, "The aviation industry is at a turning point. Our high-quality special steels are a key component in the development of sustainable and efficient aircraft. We are proud to make a significant contribution to achieving climate targets with our products and to help shape the future of aviation."

Swiss Steel Group's commitment to sustainability encompasses various measures detailed in the white paper. These include developing and supplying lighter, more durable steels that reduce fuel consumption and emissions. The company also supports the aviation industry in optimising production processes and implementing efficient engines, ensuring that supply chains remain short, secure, and efficient to minimise environmental impact.

Through its expertise and innovative capabilities, Swiss Steel Group is dedicated to supporting global climate protection and making a substantial, sustainable impact on the aviation industry's transformation.

Meeting ambitious climate targets in aviation necessitates sweeping changes throughout the entire value chain, including adopting sustainable materials, developing new propulsion technologies, improving engine efficiency, and reducing non-CO2 climate impacts. These efforts must also ensure that supply chains remain efficient, safe, and short. The aviation sector urgently needs to contribute significantly to global climate protection initiatives. Although it accounts for about 4% of the EU's total greenhouse gas emissions, this figure is rapidly increasing due to rising passenger numbers. Addressing this, Swiss Steel Group's recent white paper explores these challenges and proposes innovative solutions. The paper underscores Swiss Steel Group's vital role in supplying top-quality steels for sustainable aircraft designs, which are crucial for reducing environmental impact and enhancing aircraft efficiency. Frank Koch, CEO, Swiss Steel Group, stated, The aviation industry is at a turning point. Our high-quality special steels are a key component in the development of sustainable and efficient aircraft. We are proud to make a significant contribution to achieving climate targets with our products and to help shape the future of aviation. Swiss Steel Group's commitment to sustainability encompasses various measures detailed in the white paper. These include developing and supplying lighter, more durable steels that reduce fuel consumption and emissions. The company also supports the aviation industry in optimising production processes and implementing efficient engines, ensuring that supply chains remain short, secure, and efficient to minimise environmental impact. Through its expertise and innovative capabilities, Swiss Steel Group is dedicated to supporting global climate protection and making a substantial, sustainable impact on the aviation industry's transformation.

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