New INTECO Special Steel Shop start up at SeAH CSS in Changwon

Before the end of 2016 and in time with the tough project schedule INTECO was able to carry out the first heat with all four different plants at the new special steel shop for SeAH CSS in Changwon, Korea.


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INTECO TBR & TECTRADE start off with new management in 2017

On 19th of December the INTECO Holding GmbH has bought the remaining shares of its competence center for casting INTECO TBR casting technologies GmbH. With the beginning of the New Year Mr. Heinz Rumpler will be replaced as CEO by Mr. Roland Kristl who will manage the company with Dr. Harald Holzgruber. Mr. Rumpler will retire but will still be available as a consultant for INTECO.

Also at the INTECO Group member TECTRADE there will be a change in management. Mrs. Anna Graff will consign her position as CEO to Mr. Christian Stumpf and Mr. Roland Kristl. Despite her retirement Mrs. Graff will still be working for TECTRADE part-time.


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INTECO welcomes future metallurgists

End of September metallurgy students and Prof. Dr. Johannes Schenk from the University of Leoben visited INTECO’s headquarter in Bruck as part of their annual main excursion.

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INTECO Team at Taewoong carries out First Heat with Success

The steel plant order for the supply of an entire melting and ingot casting operation, consisting of an 150t EAF, a LF, a VD/VOD plant, equipment for both conventional casting and vacuum ingot casting for up to 700t as well as a Level 2 system placed by the South Korean customer Taewoong, is making great progress.


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First Heat at the new Special Steel Plant in Frisa

In 2014 the new stainless steel plant project was assigned to INTECO by Grupo Frisa including an INTECO EAF, LF, VD Unit, an alloy addition and an ingot casting plant. The worldwide known Mexican manufacturer of open die forgings and rolled rings aim was to produce a wide range of ingots of varying weights and dimensions on its own.  

After the supply of equipment, installation started in December 2015.
 By the end of spring 2016 installation was completed and followed by intensive cold commissioning activities. These finally led to the first heat which was successfully carried out in August.

This incredible performance and swift achievement of all project goals was only possible due to the outstanding teamwork between the clients’ team and the INTECO group members on site.

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