SteelMint Events is delighted to announce the “4th Steel Scrap, DRI & Billet Trade Summit”. The event runs in conjunction with the “2nd Global Graphite Electrode Conference”, due to the networking synergies between these two sectors. The event will attract consumers, traders, manufacturers and processors in the steel industry from around the globe.
Expect to meet over 600 delegates involved in a range of materials including steel scrap, graphite electrode, billets, pig iron, DRI. Benefit from this distinctive
4th Steel Scrap, DRI & Billet Trade Summit will focus on the changing dynamics of seaborne scrap trade by Vale dam tragedy, US-China trade war, the impact of falling exports from Iran on global scrap market.
As the Chinese steel demand hit a lull towards the end of 2018, we’re seeing the pricing and demand pick up, and therefore the summit addresses the question of whether China can resume billet exports in 2020 and its impact of global scrap market, along with understanding the emerging markets for imported scrap Indonesia/Pakistan/Bangladesh/ Vietnam.
Industry experts will discuss how graphite electrodes prices, needle coke supply and growing EAF importance are changing the market dynamics and creating new opportunities. The conference presents excellent opportunity to know the latest industry updates with ample time for networking with suppliers and buyers across the globe.
SteelMint Events is a SteelMint Group initiative, which is dedicated to organize conferences & seminars in the Iron & Steel sector. It provides a networking platform for people across the globe to come together & share their ideas, knowledge & products among the peers.
This was our first time attending the Steelmint conference. We will definitely return. The programme was varied and comprehensive with high quality speakers and good interaction with the audience during Q&A sessions. Networking opportunities were plentiful and the plant visits were certainly appreciated. For an up to date and informed picture of what’s happening in Indian iron ore, this is the “go-to” event.
by Paul Gray, VP Research, Iron Ore Markets, Wood Mackenzie
“This Conference is consistently one of the best, and best-attended, steel industry events and provides an excellent opportunity to catch the latest trend of innovations by promoting communication between proffessionals from both academic and industrial backgrounds.”
by Hossein Aziztaemeh, Engineering Manager, MME, Iran
“Love the experience, my first trip to India and the first Indian ferrous event, and it was very fulfilling. Honoured to present and more importantly, given an opportunity to learn about the Indian steel and iron ore industry the first-hand. The conference was well organised and rather informative.”