British Steel Visit for Lincolnshire Directors
Lincolnshire directors will get a privileged insight into the iconic business that is British Steel in an Institute of Directors (IoD) visit to the company’s Scunthorpe headquarters next month.
Delegates will tour the comprehensive 12 square miles site, which produces steel that can be found in structures across the globe. They will also learn of the ongoing transformation and re-branding of the company from what was Tata to British Steel.
Paul Banton, Managing Director of the award-winning integrated design and print agency, Ruddocks, who is organising the visit and has been part of the British Steel re-branding, said: “It’s been fascinating to work with British Steel and I know other business leaders will be interested to see how it is evolving.”
The visit to the Scunthorpe site will be on Thursday 4 October and applications to be part of it can be made to Cari Grice.
The tour will include the blast furnaces where the business begins, to the rail and section mill where the steel products take shape. British Steel structures can be found across the globe and include the Shard in London, the Belize Civic Center Sports Complex and the world’s largest port currently being built in China.
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