Gerdau supplies steel for building the Lima subway

Press release

About 30 metric tons of Gerdau steel will be used in the construction of line two of Lima, Peru's subway, a
project of the country's government with an investment of US$ 610 million. This second phase of this
project includes the construction of ten new stations, plus two mega bridges of 240 meters high each over
the Rimac River and over the Vía de Evitamiento, one of the main highways of the Peruvian capital. Gerdau's
steel will be delivered already cut and bent, offering benefits such as reduced costs due to elimination of
waste, increased productivity, and streamlined operations.
Other major building projects underway in Peru using Gerdau steel are the hydroelectric complex Alto Piura,
the Toromocho Mining Complex, and other business complexes such as Beyond and Capital Business
Towers.
 
About Gerdau
Gerdau is a leading producer of long steel in the Americas and one of the largest suppliers of special steel in the world. With over 45,000 employees, it has industrial operations in 14 countries - in the Americas, Europe and Asia - which together represent an installed capacity of over 25 million metric tons of steel per year. It is the largest recycler in Latin America and around the world it transforms, each year, millions of metric tons of scrap into steel, reinforcing its commitment to sustainable development in the regions where it operates. With more than 140,000 shareholders, the Company is listed on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid.
 
 
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