Steel Industry Conferences
Important Metal Events for your Diary
|17th Middle East Iron and Steel Conference|
|Mon, 09 Dec 2013|| [Steelonthenet.com] Metal Bulletin Events' Middle East Iron Steel Conference returns for its 17th edition and represents the premier meeting place for steel makers in the region. With over 700 delegates attending from industry leading companies and across the supply chain this uniquely comprehensive networking opportunity is not to be missed...
|19th Mexican Steel Forum|
|Tue, 28 Jan 2014|| [Steelonthenet.com] AMM's Mexican Steel Forum promises to be one of the most dynamic events in years, as existing steel industry players build up their businesses in Mexico and new producers, service centers and distributors look to expand into this attractive market ... [read more]|
|7th Annual Steel Tube and Pipe Conference|
|Mon, 03 Mar 2014|| [Steelonthenet.com] The AMM Steel Tube and Pipe conference returns to Houston this year at a time when the industry is grappling with a number of uncertainties. The import market has been shaken by the impending anti-dumping case, demand for pipe is healthy but with no signs of any increases on the horizon and with a competitive domestic landscape set to continue, squeezed margins are beginning to ... [read more]|
|World Steel 2014 Conference|
|Mon, 17 Mar 2014|| [Steelonthenet.com] CRU's 20th World Steel Conference is scheduled to take place on the 17-19 March 2014 in Prague, Czech Republic. International experts will analyse and discuss the latest global market trends and key challenges affecting the industry.
Why attend? Learn about the latest developments in the European steel industry. Discuss key issues affecting mills. Compare steelmaking costs. Explore ... [read more]|
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