How stainless steels help us to achieve carbon neutral mobility
Transporting society to a sustainable future
There is an inevitable shift in the automotive and transportation industry towards carbon neutral mobility. Vehicle designers therefore need to give great consideration to the materials they use, from manufacture to service and end of life. How can stainless steels contribute to carbon neutrality? Our guest speaker, R&D Manager Emrah Dutkun of Stalatube, shares his insights based on over 10 years of experience in coach chassis systems at a major bus OEM. Additionally, Outokumpu specialists discuss the actions we are taking to ensure our material meets the requirements of future mobility.
Key topics in the webinar:
- Introduction to sustainability and how stainless steels can contribute
- Growing demands among manufacturers & practical solutions for lightweight designs
- What Outokumpu is committed to and how are we achieving it
- Questions and answers
Mr. Emrah Dutkun
R&D Manager, StalatubeLinkedin profile
Mr. Emrah Dutkun has over 10 years expertise in chassis system of coaches. At his previous employer for a major bus OEM he has designed the entire upper structure of a city bus together with the project team. Mr. Dutkun has also led a body-in-white project team for coach projects. Currently, he works as a R&D Manager at Stalatube, which is a manufacturer of high-quality stainless steel structural hollow sections, profiles and further processed products.
Senior Manager, EnvironmentLinkedin profile
Dr. Barbara Mundt
Lead Technical Manager at Outokumpu
Barbara is responsible for technical market development for Outokumpu, with a focus on applications for mobility and transportation, especially automotive engineering as well as bus and coach business.