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The Online Film Archive supports the work of editorial departments and broadcasting stations. The press film contains a broad range of images relating to Salzgitter AG for use by the media.
Other films dedicated to specific topics contain detailed sequences (in logical order and filmed with numerous intercuts) that provide a deep insight into production methods and procedures at the company, as well as the company‘s other commitments.
The material has been professionally produced and is available free of charge for editorial use. The material is available either as Betacam SP cassette or DVD.
The general press film contains various shots of the Salzgitter AG logo, external shots and photos of buildings, as well as images depicting various production processes. It also contains film sequences on topics such as steel production, steel technology, research and development, services and the people working within the company.
The film contains typical and impressive scenes from steel manufacture, as well as footage of detailed processes, ranging from mined ore in the pig-iron blast furnace, the huge production halls for steel manufacture through to the casting of slabs. It also shows employees in protective clothing, as well as views of the buildings and facilities.
Salzgitter AG is involved in numerous R&D projects and this is documented in the form of laboratory sequences showing galvanizing and varnishing processes, laser welding and materials testing. In addition, the film contains sequences of the Salzgitter AG service offering in the fields of transport and rail traffic, as well as application, information and communications technology.
The film focuses on steel processing with detailed sequences showing various rolling and galvanizing procedures, as well as the impressive coil store.