New Delhi — India is talking clean-ups. India is talking environment. India is talking recycling. While the government is expected to bring in new laws on scraping and end-of-life vehicles soon, some corporate houses have already taken the first steps into the
Mr. Tao Jiangshan, deputy secretary general of China Association of Metalscrap Utilization (CAMU) – DRI Working Committee, has been engaged in DRI production and consultation for 23 years. Mr. Jiangshan set up Tianjin Overworld Technology Consulting Co Ltd and also worked at Tianjin
SteelMint had reported in Mar’19 that the graphite electrodes prices in India registered a fall of INR 50,000 (USD 721/MT) against its prices in Jan and Feb’19 and now if reliable sources are to be believed, it seems that Indian Graphite Electrode
United States – world’s second largest ferrous scrap exporter after EU-28 has marked successive growth in annual ferrous scrap exports volumes since last three years. But will the same momentum continue taking its EAF ramp up plans into consideration? US exported 16.59
The recent fall in Graphite Electrode prices is majorly due to the drop in the China’s steel prices and tepid domestic steel demand during winters. However, this trend is unlikely to continue for long given a plethora of factors: the strict output
Tata Steel Ltd issued a RFQ (Request for Quotation) for procurement of 20,000 MT imported steel melting scrap for its newly acquired plant Bhushan Steel Limited on Tuesday, SteelMint came to learn from sources who received the RFQ. Out of the total
Vietnam – one of the fastest growing steel markets in South East Asia has continued uptrend in crude steel production and ferrous scrap imports in 2018. As per released customs data, Vietnam imported 4,800,891 MT ferrous scrap in 2018 up 23% Y-o-Y
In late 2017, a crisis-like situation engulfed the steelmakers around the world that make steel through the Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) route due to shortage of graphite electrodes amid reforms in China’s steel sector, which further led to dramatic increase in the
New Delhi: India’s mine auctions are set to begin in July 2019 and conclude by December 2019, a landmark event wherein a quarter of the country’s iron and manganese ore resources will be up for sale for captive users and merchant miners.
World’s largest iron ore miner-Vale declared “Force Majeure” on some of its iron ore and pellet sales contracts on 5th Feb’19. This means company has suspended several iron ore and pellet contracts with buyers after the accident that has hit its production.