Transport rails and track fittings manufactured by ArcelorMittal that are used worldwide for high-speed tracks, heavy haul tracks, urban transport systems, etc. and are available in a variety of steel grades including Head Hardened.

ArcelorMittal is the world’s largest steel producer and a leader in rail production with over 1 Million MT capacity in 4 countries with 5 plants.

J Steel exclusively represents ArcelorMittal rail in Australia

  • In line Head Hardening facilities allows for the production of AS 60kg and AS 68 kg rails in normal carbon and head hardened quality.
  • A variety of rail sizes from 40 Kg to 80 Kg/ meter.
  • A wide range of steel grades to international standards, including to Australian Standards or to the customers own technical specifications, both for the construction of new tracks and for revamping existing ones.
  • Possibility to manufacture new types of rail (min quantities required)
  • Rail length up to 90 meters long.
  • Rails with very strict dimensional tolerances.
  • One-piece rails up to 120 meters long.
  • Long welded rails (up to 360 meters)
  • High-speed lines
  • Asymmetrical rails
  • Tram Rail (Grooved) rails
  • Technical support and tailor-made assistance
  • Worldwide references with over 1.0 million tonnes for High-speed application and over 500,000 mt for Heavy Haul lines.



J Steel and Arcelor Mittal are accredited to ISO9001 and ISO 14001. The stringent requirements regarding rail characteristics and performance led to the implementation of a total quality control system designed to guarantee the characteristics of the final product.

The rolling mills have obtained certification from many international companies with a wide range of standards including Australian Specification AS 1085.1 Environment


Approximately 25% of the steel used for rail production comes from recycled steel, leading to a considerable reduction in the consumption of raw materials and energy.

The use of railways presents a significant decrease in the consumption of fossil fuels compared to other modes of transport such as cars. The CO2 emissions are much lower. At the end of the rail life cycle, it is again fully recycled as scrap without losing any of its properties thus reducing the consumption of natural resources.