ArcelorMittal has started supplying low CO2 XCarb wire rods from Hamburg plant to CD Waelzholz. The first 20 tonnes were delivered at the cold rolling company's site in Hagen. Waelzholz manufactures from this Material including quenched and tempered profiles for industrial applications. Headquartered in Hagen in Germany, CD Waelzholz is a leading global manufacturer of high-quality cold rolled steel strip and profiles. The family-owned company was founded in 1829 and today has 2,300 employees worldwide. It produces 780,000 tonnes of high-quality steel materials at nine locations worldwide XCarb steels are manufactured on the basis of scrap and renewable electricity 100%. The low CO2 footprint of 504 kg per ton of steel is confirmed by an official Environmental Product Declaration. In 2021, ArcelorMittal had already given the internationally active Company from Hagen XCarb Green Steel certificates for flat steel delivered. The CO2 reduction in these certificates amounts to 2.11 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of steel and comes from sustainability projects at various ArcelorMittal sites. The CO2 savings are mass-balanced on a central account and independently verified.