Promoting the green steel consumption to reduce emissions

Stavian Industrial Metal Joint Stock Company identifies green steel as a key product in its business strategy.

Applying green technology

In order to minimize the negative impact of climate change, a series of greenhouse gas emission reduction mechanisms have emerged and gradually become a trend in countries with strict environmental standards, such as the EU and the US.

The management of Stavian Industrial Metal welcomed and worked with the Secretary General of the South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute (SEAISI) (seventh from right) at the exhibition booth.

This trend significantly impacts many carbon-emitting industries in Vietnam, including the steel industry, posing challenges for manufacturers, importers, and consumers.

However, it also presents an opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to timely adopt and apply green technology in steel production, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing their competitive edge.

The green transition process in heavy industries, particularly the steel industry—a key material in many industries—poses a major challenge for Vietnam. This challenge extends to manufacturers, trading units, and controlling consumption in terms of quality, quantity, and product pricing.

Leading the trend

As one of the major distributors with strong financial potential in Vietnam, inheriting a network of reputable partners in over 100 countries and 30 branches worldwide from Stavian Group, along with modern offices and warehouses in various provinces nationwide, Stavian Industrial Metal possesses numerous strengths to lead market trends. This enables the company to develop exclusive comprehensive business models and outstanding business solutions, enhancing customer experiences and meeting diverse demands.

The company’s management met and discussed with senior representatives from Danieli Group (fourth from left), opening up future cooperation opportunities in green metal production investment

Speaking at the 2024 South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute (SEAISI) Conference and Exhibition in Da Nang as a Diamond Sponsor, Mr. Nguyen Minh Tu, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Stavian Industrial Metal, affirmed: the company will continually improve, leveraging the entire domestic and international steel supply chain to enhance the industry’s contribution to both the Vietnamese and global economies.

Simultaneously, the company plans to collaborate on investment in production, outsourcing, technology development, and application to increase the capacity and scale of green steel supply globally and in Vietnam.

“With the perspective that collective connection and effort is the key to success in promoting the carbon emission reduction process and sustainable development, we call for and will actively promote opportunities for cooperation in trade, investment, production, technology transfer, and big data related to green steel and green metals in general,” Mr. Tu shared.

He also confirmed that the company is ready to participate in training activities, sharing knowledge, experience, skills, and expertise to build a solid foundation for a sustainable green metal production industry.

Accompanying businesses in the process of transformation and development towards a “Net-Zero Transition” world, the company always strives to strongly promote the consumption of green steel globally.

The company’s management met with representatives from Primetals Technologies (right) to discuss production cooperation to reduce and neutralize carbon emissions, aiming for sustainable development

The company intends to apply technologies that support traceability, centralized connection, and maintain seamless flows of goods, information, and data from the starting point to the end-use. This serves the purpose of data collection, creating a database, analysis, evaluation, and controlling carbon reduction throughout the product’s life cycle, supporting businesses, policymakers, and related organizations.

Source: Tuoi Tre.

Stavian Industrial Metal Joint Stock Company


  • Headquarters: No.508 Truong Chinh Street, Nga Tu So Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi City
  • Hai Phong Branch: 6th Floor, Thanh Dat 1 Tower, No.3 Le Thanh Tong Street, May To Ward, Ngo Quyen District, Hai Phong City
  • Southern Branch: 12Ath Floor, Vincom Center, No.72 Le Thanh Ton, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Hotline: +84 2471001868 / +84975271499






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