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Contact information

Rekrytointi.tornioworks@outokumpu.com
http://www.outokumpu.com


Outokumpu is a global leader in stainless steel. We create advanced materials that are efficient, long lasting and recyclable – helping to build a world that lasts forever. Stainless steel, invented a century ago, is an ideal material to create lasting solutions in demanding applications from cutlery to bridges, energy and medical equipment: it is 100% recyclable, corrosion-resistant, maintenance-free, durable and hygienic. Outokumpu employs some 10 000 professionals in more than 30 countries, with headquarters in Helsinki, Finland and shares listed in Nasdaq Helsinki.

Outokumpu’s biggest site is located in the Tornio and Kemi region in the northern Finland. Outokumpu Tornio site is the most integrated stainless steel production facility in the world providing stainless steel coil and plate for the global market. With the nearby Kemi Mine providing the vital chromite ore for the start of the process, to the Port of Tornio marking the beginning of the journey to market, every step of the stainless steel production process is in one location.
The unique integrated production process in Tornio delivers many benefits for example in production efficiency, environmental performance and energy efficiency and is a clear example of Outokumpu’s strategy of sustainability.


Field of operation

Metal Industry, Stainless Steel, Mining

Offices in Finland

Head Office: Helsinki
Mine: Kemi
Stainless steel production: Tornio

Turnover of the company

6400 million €

Personnel

10 000

Open positions

Tornio site and Kemi Mine
Summer trainees
Diploma thesis

Application

www.outokumpu.com/careers

Degree programme

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering and Mineral Processing
  • Geosciences
  • Process Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering and Management
  • Mineral Resources and Sustainable Mining
  • Environmental Engineering

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