The Burgeoning Renaissance in US Manufacturing is Creating a Brighter Future for the US Steel Industry
CHICAGO, October 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
CRU North American Steel Conference Chicago, USA, 29-30 October 2012
With an improvement in labour trends, an internationally competitive cost base and the
prospect of a unified recovery across industrial, agricultural and construction, the
outlook for the US steel is improving.
At this year’s North American Steel Conference [http://www.nasteelconference.com ]
- The latest information on the demand side outlook from the construction, automotive and energy sectors - The impact of overcapacity on steel's prospects - How service centres are surviving and thriving in challenging markets - The most reliable flat and long steel price forecasts - The outlook for scrap, iron ore and coking coal
The conference [http://www.crugroup.com/events/nasteel2012/programme ] will cover
topics including outlooks for steel (metallics, finished steel, raw material), pricing and
the economy – both domestically and Internationally.
Other areas covered will include challenges and opportunities for small to mid-sized
distributers, how Shale gas will impact steel markets, OCTG and line pipe, logistics and
infrastructure, as well as a session focusing on the automotive markets – with specialists
from Arcelor Mittal, General Motors, the Steel Market Development Institute, Alcoa and
Dominic Halahan, Head of Metal Events for CRU Group commented “Positive news from the
automotive and residential construction sectors have reinforced the great response that we
always receive for this conference. With a great line up of speakers and fantastic
networking with the numerous mills, service centres and consumers attending, the event
promises much! ”
Register for the North American Steel Conference
CRU is an independent business analysis, and consultancy group focused on the mining,
metals and fertilizer sectors. Founded in the late 1960s and still privately owned to
ensure its independence, the group employs more than 200 experts in London, Beijing,
Mumbai, Santiago, Sydney and key centres within the United States.
CRU’s events team produce international conferences on core industries and sectors
that provide high-level networking opportunities – attracting executive level speakers
which guarantee that delegates are well informed on the global changes affecting their
CRU Indices are the most widely used steel prices in North America.
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SOURCE CRU Group