Corporate responsibility


Ethics, disclosure and Quality in Relationship

ArcelorMittal Brasil’s corporate governance model follows that of the ArcelorMittal Group, transcending the formal international requirements for sustainable management. Its main tenets are ethics, disclosure and quality in relationship with stakeholders, with its Board of Directors, in its standards of behavior towards employees and in internal and external policies and actions adopted by the company.

The main practices adopted seek to ensure the company’s organizational success, in addition to establishing the strategic guidelines and following up on the development of businesses. These practices are aligned with the principles of the ArcelorMittal Group, grounded on three values:

  • Sustainability


    Our commitment to the world around goes beyond basic aspects and takes into account the needs of the people we invest in and the communities we support and operate with. This long-term approach is the central axis of our business philosophy.

  • Quality


    Our vision stretches far beyond present-time boundaries to envisage steelmaking in the future. The quality of our products depends on the quality of our people. Therefore, our goal is to attract and hone the best talents, to offer high-quality solutions to our clients.

  • Leadership


    Our clear vision of the future allows us to constantly create new opportunities. This entrepreneurial spirit has led us to the forefront of steelmaking. Now, we are moving beyond what the world expects from the steelmaking industry.

The corporate responsibility principles extend far beyond the Company’s boundaries, in its relationship with investor and in active participation with other organizations in Brazil and abroad, to seek out new avenues for business, especially the steelmaking business.

The basic guideline is:

  • Developing strategies to supply markets with quality steel;
  • Fostering the social and economic advancement of the regions where the company operates;
  • Causing as little impact as possible with its activities, or even eliminating it, throughout the supply chain.