Uğur Dalbeler, chairman of both IREPAS and the billet suppliers’ committee, stated that, due to the situation regarding Iran, steel billet supplies which used to be sent to Iran are now being consumed domestically in the CIS region
In the last session of the SteelOrbis Spring ’12 Conference & 66th IREPAS Meeting held in London on April 1-3, long product and billet suppliers and producers, as well as traders and raw material suppliers, shared the conclusions reached at their special committee meetings regarding the current situation in the markets with the general participants […]
Speaking at the SteelOrbis Spring ’12 Conference & 66th IREPAS Meeting held in London on April 1-3, Kerim Dilber, foreign markets coordinator of the Turkish Steel Exporters’ Association,
Kim Marti Subirana of Celsa Group, the chairman of the rebar and wire rod suppliers’ committee, said that the long steel market has started to gain stability, after the low activity levels experienced in February due to the cold winter in the northern hemisphere, adding that market activity is expected to accelerate in the coming […]
The special interest of the world’s largest steelmaker ArcelorMittal in Turkish integrated steel producer Erdemir is no secret.
Should the US steel industry be concerned with the effect global demand for US-produced scrap has on domestic scrap prices? As the world becomes exponentially connected with each passing year, many long-standing industries have not transitioned into the global marketplace as easily as others.
TURKEY Turkish steel mills started 2011 on a hesitant note, retreating from the scrap market before entirely satisfying their scrap needs.
Change is inevitable. In a society where the latest gadget becomes outdated nearly the instant you swipe your credit card, if a product or company isn’t changing and adapting, it will fall behind while its competitors thrive. Corporations and countries are constantly fighting to become the “next big thing” and become more self-sufficient.
US domestic flats market loses steam in late January Flat rolled steel demand in December of last year was surprisingly strong across the board—demand at the mill, service center, trading and end-use levels allowed for US domestic flat rolled mills to push for their announced price increases throughout the final weeks of 2011.