ORI MARTIN is a modern and dynamic steel mill, based on over 80 years of deep-rooted and solid tradition and experience, and today is still committed to the production of special engineering steels to supply to the automotive and mechanical industry.
The distinctive characteristics of ORI MARTIN’s mission and growth of its production are:
- Top product quality is achieved through the training of personnel, steady investments in production equipment and a production process which is certified to ISO 9001 and ISO TS 16949.
- High flexibility and reliability of supply is granted by our ability to carry out any additional treatments required internally.
- A continuous interest in our customer needs, demonstrated amongst other factors by the development and production of several “tailor made” steel grades.
- Active care for the environment and safety in the work place, controlled by a management integrated system, pursuant to OHSAS 18001 standard and introduced in 2009, 17 years after ISO 14001 environmental certification, that ORI MARTIN achieved as first Italian steel mill.
- Introduction of a Corporate Ethical Code in 2009, to consolidate and develop relationships with all of the stake-holders.
ORI Martin Group is specialized in high quality long products steel production. The special steel unit is situated in Brescia where produces continuous casting billets and wire rod, bars and bars in coils for special applications in the automotive and mechanical industry.
The thermal power recovered by ORI MARIN will be delivered to municipal district heating network covering the city of Brescia. In Brescia, the choice of district heating dates back to the 1970’s (it was one of the first district heating system in Italy). Since then the district heating network was extended and optimized, greatly contributing to improve the air quality in the city. The integrated system Waste to Energy + District heating has allowed the city of Brescia to reach, greatly in advance of the fixed date (2010), the objectives of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, proposed by the international Community.