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Ugitech fête ses 120 ans d’histoire

30-08-2010

Category : Histoire de la métallurgie

  • 1908 : Naissance de l’usine d’Ugine sous le nom “Forges et Aciérie Electriques Paul Girod”.
  • 1972 : Fusion d’Ugine-Kulhmann avec le groupe Pechiney (P.U.K.). Création de la société Ugine-Aciers.
  • 1980 : Installation de l’AOD, de la coulée continue et du four à blooms.
  • 1982 : Prise de participation majoritaire de Sacilor dans Ugine-Aciers.
  • 1983 : Commande d’une coulée continue verticale.
  • 1985 : Mise en service du nouveau train combiné barre et fil.
  • 1986 : Ugine-Aciers devient Ugine-Savoie.
  • 1987 : Fusion d’Usinor et Sacilor, groupe privatisé en 1995, et qui devient Usinor en 1997.
  • 1997 : Arrêt de la voie lingot.
  • 1999 : Ugine-Savoie devient Ugine-Savoie Imphy.
  • 2002 : Usinor, Arbed et Aceralia fusionnent et deviennent Arcelor.
  • 2003 : Création d’Ugitech par fusion d’Ugine-Savoie Imphy et Sprint Metal.
  • 2006 : Acquisition d’Ugitech par Schmolz+Bickenbach.

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