News Archive 2012

BlueScope Steel has awarded the second of ten $15,000* ‘Help A Mate’ competition grants to Wagga and Bidgee District Pony Club to enable it to build a clubroom, made from COLORBOND® steel.
18 Dec 12 COLORBOND® awards $15,000 community grant to Wagga and Bidgee District Pony Club
In the spirit of Aussie mateship, leading Australian steel manufacturer BlueScope Steel has awarded the second of ten $15,000* ‘Help A Mate’ competition grants to Wagga and Bidgee District Pony Club to enable it to build a clubroom, made from COLORBOND® steel. [Read more]
06 Dec 12 BlueScope Steel shows support for Australian Manufacturers
BlueScope Steel is proud to be both the principal sponsor of the 2013 Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards and a category sponsor of the Australian Steel Innovation Award. The sponsorship forms part of BlueScope’s ongoing commitment to manufacturing in Australia and our continued focus on servicing and promoting our domestic customers. [Read more]
In the spirit of Aussie mateship, leading Australian steel manufacturer BlueScope Steel has awarded the first of ten $15,000* grants to Meredith Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) to enable it to build a new COLORBOND® steel shed.
08 Nov 12 COLORBOND® awards $15,000 community grant to Meredith CERT in Victoria
In the spirit of Aussie mateship, leading Australian steel manufacturer BlueScope Steel has awarded the first of ten $15,000* grants to Meredith Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) to enable it to build a new COLORBOND® steel shed. [Read more]
BlueScope Steel manufacturing and product leader, Jason Hodges (left) and market manager, Manu Siitonen, at Port Kembla’s Spring Hill Metal Coating Lines, where longer-lasting Next Generation ZINCALUME® steel is produced.
22 Oct 12 News: 22/10/2012: BlueScope Steel Develops Longer-Lasting ZINCALUME® steel
BlueScope Steel is preparing to roll-out a third generation of its iconic ZINCALUME® steel. It features a patented new coating that has a smaller environmental impact* and increases its durability. [Read more]
TRUECORE® steel
20 Jun 12 Steel Saves the Day
Structural damage as a result of termite activity is a common threat to properties in northern Victoria and southern NSW, particularly in rural and urban fringes. Hugh Cameron, owner of prominent cropping and sheep and cattle stud The Yanko Merino, knows all too well of the damage that a termite infestation can cause. [Read more]
Clayton Whitely, a pest inspector with over 25 years experience in detecting termites in  Australian homes
20 Jun 12 BlueScope Steel battles termites with TRUECORE® steel
Structural damage as a result of termite activity is a common threat to properties across Australia, particularly in rural and urban fringes. In conjunction with its capabilities for advanced home design, a frame made from steel offers a strong and durable framework in termite prone areas. [Read more]