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Northern China have been suffering from smog weather this year, arousing government’s attention to environment protection issue. Thus, governments have issued notice to curbing environment pollution by emissions of vehicles and heavy-polluted enterprises.
A new year often brings renewed optimism, excitement for what’s to come and a fresh start with higher prices for those in the steel industry. Customers are more willing to make stock buys, not worried about inventory overhang at year’s end. But the start of 2013 was different. Over the first few months, the market […]
We wish to express our sorrow at the passing of Mr Jose Andres Del Castillo, which occurred shortly after the SteelOrbis Fall 2013 Conference & 69th IREPAS Meeting which has just ended in Istanbul. He was a seasoned trader in steel industry with over 45 years of experience. A regular participant at the SteelOrbis Conferences […]
A glimpse of which 2012 North American steel industry developments will have the greatest impact in the market.
It happens every January (or for the past couple Januarys, at least)—not long after the New Year’s champagne is finished off and the confetti is swept away, members of the steel industry start to wonder if this year will finally be it. In early 2010, the prevalent hope was that things wouldn’t get any worse. […]
Sergei Kuznetsov, CEO of Severstal North America, talks with SteelOrbis Americas about forecasts for the US flat and coated market, as well as reasons why his company is prepared for both the best and worst economic conditions.
Mr. Bull: Once again you must have been very satisfied with recent events that, on the very surface only, seemed to support your dire outlook. It appears that the global economic recovery in general is taking a breather and, specifically, most advanced economies are struggling once again. Growth in the US is faltering and the […]
The trade flows of few steel products have been affected as much by the impact of US trade laws as supply and demand in the market.
For those attending steel industry events this spring, new approaches in the “new normal” were the most frequent topics of discussion.