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Two years ago today, Thai-owned Sahaviriya Steel Industries UK (SSI UK) relit an idled blast furnace at Redcar, in north-east England, after it was mothballed by former owner Tata because of low demand.
Forecasts for Chinese steel demand are coming under scrutiny, according to Metal Bulletin Research (MBR). Are we seeing the first real signs of a transition in China’s steel sector?
Steel mills failed to increase their profitability in the first quarter of 2014, as falls in raw materials costs passed straight through to customers, according to Metal Bulletin Research (MBR).
Will European steelmakers succeed with price rises in Q2 2014?
UK steel production up 9.4% year-on-year in March #steel #uk http://t.co/CZC75JvSUk @Steel_First
RT @MMadsen_SF: VIDEO: @Steel_First VS ALUMINIUM - the battle begins ... http://t.co/G0HziOyglo @AChapman_SF @JethroWookey_MB
RT @LBarrington_SF: EU removes import tariffs on Ukrainian steel products http://t.co/h2APxoSr3Q #Ukraine #steel @Steel_First
28-30 April 2014
28-30th April 2014