The European Steel Association (EUROFER) has launched its new and refreshed website, making finding out about the European steel industry and the work of its Brussels-based trade association clearer and more accessible.
The new site is fully reactive, making it much easier to use on mobile devices. It makes use of EUROFER's new graphic identity and logo, which is fresher and reflects the European steel industry's transition to becoming a green sector at the heart of the European economy.
Content can be searched for using tags or directly within the issues section or within the various types of publication produced by EUROFER. It is now much clearer what type of document you are accessing when you browse the EUROFER website.
The statistics section has been completely refreshed, reflecting the importance of good statistical data in the work of the Association. The new statistics section has a fully interactive, integrated graphical tool which is directly linked to the EUROFER statistical database. This means that with the press of a few buttons you will be able to see the latest trends in employment, imports and exports, production and more. All of these statistical queries are downloadable.
The whole EUROFER teams hopes you enjoy using our website and find its contents useful.
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