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2010-10-30 00:00:41

Qatar Steel switches from on-premise service desk to on-demand InfraDesk and significantly reduces overall costs, accelerates implementation time and benefits from lower administration requirements Bedford, MA (Vocus) October 28, 2010 InteQ, a leading provider of On Demand IT Service Management, today announced that Qatar Steel, a leading steel company in the Middle East region, has selected InfraDesk as their IT Service Management solution. Recognized as a foremost leader in the Middle...

2008-08-26 03:00:43

In a statement to the Doha Securities Market (DSM), Industries Qatar declared that its wholly owned-Qatar Steel Company has pulled out from Guelb El Aouj project in Mauritania due to strategic reasons. Late last year, Qatar Steel announced that it had acquired 49.9 % interest in the Guelb el Aouj Iron Ore project in Northern Mauritania for US$375 million. The project comprises three adjacent deposits (Centre, East and West) that together represent a combined resource currently estimated at...

2008-08-19 06:00:48

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/859f20/uae_steel_industry) has announced the addition of the "UAE Steel Industry Analysis" report to their offering. The UAE is one of the most promising steel markets in the GCC region with production reached to 1.7 Million tons in year 2006. Construction boom, cheap and reliable gas and energy supply besides the geographical positioning are the major driving forces for the steel industry in UAE. According to "UAE Steel...

2008-06-15 15:00:36

According to Doha Securities Market: Qatar Steel company, wholly owned by Industries Qatar, announces that the company will maintain steel selling prices during the 3rd quarter of 2008 (July, August and September) within the same level of April, May and July of 2008.r. Ali Bin Hassan Al Muraikh-Manager of Commercial Division stated that the retail price of 16 mm-40 mm will range between QR 3,250 to QR 3,300 per ton. Originally published by Info-Prod Strategic Business Information. (c)...


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