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Event Overview

Executives from the Indian steel supply chain discuss industry developments and legislation

The global steel industry is experiencing challenging times, but India remains a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy market.

This conference will bring top executives together to discuss the optimistic outlook for the Indian steel market, at a time when government policies and the ‘Make in India’ initiative are encouraging companies, both Indian and foreign, to increase production.

A conference highlight will include talks from the Ministry of Mines and the Ministry of Steel about plans for the industry.


Topics include


  • A new era of protectionism - how is the Indian market reacting to international trade barriers?
  • The implementation of the steel import tariff – how successful has this been?
  • Mining auctions – India’s new strategy for raw materials and how this will affect its iron ore and steel industry
  • ‘Make in India’ – what does this mean for domestic and foreign investment, and more specifically the steel sector? How will India develop further as a manufacturing hub?
  • India in the global market – how is India faring in comparison to the rest of the steel industry? What are the prospects for growth?
  • Domestic versus international markets – what export opportunities exist for Indian mills? How competitive are they? 
  • Analysis of key end user segments: Steel tube and pipe, automotive, consumer goods - how are these industries developing? How much Indian steel is required and what specifications?
  • Infrastructure development: Ports, rail and roads - what does this mean for logistics and steel demand?
  • Raw materials focus – iron ore, scrap, DRI and coal


Indian delegate registration


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       Call +91 (0)11 2691 9377

 

 

International delegate registration


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       Call UK +44 20 7779 7222 or HK +852 2912 8038

 

 

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