This year the 8th Steel Scrap Conference moves south to New Orleans, as steelmaking stakeholders turn their eyes towards developments in the DRI industry.
To reflect this important evolution in steel making in the US, the 8th Steel Scrap Conference will run alongside the 2nd DRI & Mini-mills Conference. While maintaining its well established focus on all issues pertaining the steel scrap market, the conference will also be enhanced by plenary sessions that cover market changes in the steel industry, before splitting into the DRI and scrap specific steams.
This free report contains details of:
- Steel production by type in the U.S. and globally
- Steel scrap trade flows
- Turkish crude steel production through EAFs
“Great event. Offers insight to a typically closed industry. The knowledge and experience of the speakers is unprecedented” - Steven Cramer, Eaton Steel Bar Company
Key event features:
One registration to the Steel Scrap Conference or 2nd DRI & Mini-Mills Conference, allows access to both event streams. This is the only place to hear about the relationship between steel making and two of its key raw materials in the US market.
450 expected delegates across the two events
Delegate Messaging Service to enhance your networking experience and interaction
Meet the key industry players
Just added: Field trip to Nucor Steel Louisiana
Topics for discussion:
- Steel mill purchasing outlook: what is the economic reality of steel mills in the US? How is this impacting purchasing decisions?
- What concerns do steel mills have about the supply of scrap?
- Where is the market going with regards to demand, prices and shifts in EAF preferences?
- Metallics: how is scrap being impacted by DRI as this market matures?
- What are the opportunities for value from shredding other forms of scrap? What are the safety concerns?
- Transportation costs: is this becoming more significant for the industry and pushing up prices? Is scrap reaching intended markets?
- Quality and availability of scrap
- Export markets: is the current situation the new normal for scrap demand? What does it mean for domestic dynamics?