steel industry Archive


BRUSSELS, 22 May 2013 – As negotiations on the EU review of the CO2 emissions from cars Regulation kick off today, the steel industry calls upon the Council to uphold Parliament’s amendment acknowledging the importance of a Life Cycle Assessment in emissions legislation after 2020. On 24 April, in its vote on the review of

Steel: a positive Made in Steel despite the difficulties of the steel industry

More exhibitors and sales for the event “Great satisfaction”. This mood accompanied the fifth Made in Steel, the conference and exhibition of the Italian steel industry, which was held on April 3-5 for the first time in the halls of fieramilanocity. This was explained by Emanuele Morandi, managing director of the company with the same

Steel Industry reinforces its commitment with Construction during Mexican Symposium of Steel Construction : Alacero

Santiago, Chile, March 14th, 2013.  Between March 6th and 9th, the Biannual Symposium of IMCA (Mexican Insti­tute of Steel Construction) took place in Guadalajara. The event gathered more than 250 steel structures ma­nufacturers, service centers, steel processors and professional designers, and focused on competitiveness and continuous improvement in the steel construction business. The Symposium considered

Steel Minister Congratulates Steel Industry on Achieving ‘World’s best Growth Rate’

The Union Minister of Steel, Shri Beni Prasad Verma today congratulated the Indian steel industry on being the number one in terms of growth rate in steel production amongst the top ten steel producing countries. During April – November’12, the Indian steel industry achieved a growth rate of 5.36% which was the highest in the

2013 – From Gloom, Doom to Boom! – Chawm Ganguly

The verdict is more or less out. Corporate India is ready to greet the New Year ahead with optimism. Not the guarded type that is politically correct, but genuine gut-felt pure optimism. And I say this after talking to a wide swath of opinion makers – economists, industrialists, traders, bureaucrats and politicians. While the level

The threats posed to the steel industry by Land Acquisition, Mine Allocation & Environment Clarence – Chawm Ganguly

The biggest threat posed to the Indian Steel Industry, at least in terms of green-field growth are Land acquisition, mine allocation and environment clearance. While some brown-field additions to capacity have taken place in SAIL and Jindal plants, the overall growth scenario has almost come to a standstill. As a matter of fact production of