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July 5, 2022 | £ 600.00
The Tin Mills of the World report is now in its 26th edition (published June 2022). This report is easily described as the only Encylopedia of the world's Tin Mills and gives you a comprehensive overview of the tin industry organised by geographic region. » View full index and sample entry The Tin Mills of the World report is written and produced by Philip Rogers. C Eng. FIMMM MA (Cantab), CEO and founder of Metals for Packaging. He is also a consultant for International Metals Packaging Manufactures, Can Makers, Fillers and Brand owners. The report is 183 pages and contains 73 individual entries for each tin mill in the world today. It has been thoroughly updated and now is exclusively available to you through Kallanish Commodities. Printed Report Only ( no digital version available )
Jan. 13, 2022 | $ 1000.00
In 2020, China made meticulous plans and strategies to deals with complex situation, which helped the steel industry to achieve steady growth. This report provides an insight into the development of China’s steel industry in 2020, the changes of steel products price, trends and related influencing factors. Readers will gain a deepened understanding of the Chinese steel industry, the steel market, and the drivers behind the more-than-expected growth. Why purchase this report? ▶ The most authentic and comprehensive report of the steel industry of China ▶ The collective wisdom of more than 20 senior steel analysts ▶ A great offer of World Metallurgical Knowledge Exchange and Service Center, MIP ▶ Exclusively available through Kallanish, fully translated into English » View sample pages & Table of contents *** Special offer for all February 2022 orders - SAVE 10% ***   Report details: Report Title: The Chinese Steel Industry  Annual Report 2021 Publisher: Metallurgical Industry Press (MIP) Pages: 226 Format: pdf Tables: 90+ Figures: 160+ About the Publisher: Metallurgical Industry Press (MIP), founded in 1953, is one of the most renowned professional science and technology publishing firms in China. MIP produces about 700 books and 500 technical standards every year mainly serving the steel, the nonferrous metals and the advanced materials industries.
Nov. 23, 2020 | £ 885.00
China’s steel output has continued to reach new record highs in 2020. The rapid growth of steel output over the last thirty years has also caused a steady increase in ferrous scrap generation. Unlike steel output, which is approaching its peak, scrap generation will sustain its surge for many more years to come. The shift is already causing a change in Chinese steelmaking, with EAF capacity expanding rapidly, helped along by policy incentives. China’s scrap demand will increase almost as rapidly as steel demand in the coming five years. China is now on the step of another kind of transition however, which will bring more immediate impact to the world outside. If China begins the import of ferrous scrap, then the world’s largest producer and consumer of scrap will again become part of the global market. This will have far-reaching effects across both scrap and steel markets. The Kallanish China Scrap Markets 2020 report provides a basis on which to understand the sector and its global impacts, as well as a set of expectations for how the sector will grow and develop in the coming years. This report is designed to provide a solid understanding for anyone looking at the sector, and attempt to give a forecast with a base-case scenario for Chinese scrap in the years up to 2025.   Report details:  Author: Kallanish Commodities Format: PDF and .xls data file Delivered: via email Pages: 43 Figures & Charts: 21 Appendices: 2 Publishing Date: November 2020
Oct. 3, 2014
This century can be one of great success for Steel but to achieve that it needs to transform itself and many of its practices. Rod Beddow’s latest book seeks to show what the industry can do to achieve success and how to do it and that success is within its own control. This book is not an academic treatise but it is the distillation of 40 years of experience of the author as strategist and adviser to large and small corporations across the word and accross the value chain in steel. Steel 2050 examines the dilemma of steel an industry that is the basis of civilised life,grows strongly, has achieved massive operational and technological improvements ans is financially unsuccessful.It diagnoses the causes of this financial failure and provides the ideas to break out from this dilemma. Ordering information:  » Order your copy of Steel 2050 directly on Amazon, list price £19.99 for paper back and £9.99 for Kindle Key questions that will determine steel's future success: The markets; where are they for the next 35 years? How big must production be in 2050? How much capital will this require? What of China? The state; can its involvement be avoided? Why is the financial performance poor? and how can this be improved? Volatility, its cost and how can it be managed? What is the key to attracting the talent required for the future? About the Author: Rod Beddows His first degree was in Philosophy and Politics from Bristol University in the UK. After a period in the Information Technology sector he attended Business School and obtained an MSc from Durham and a doctorate from Harvard University School of Business. He held academic positions and served as a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Harvard. Whilst he was there he co-authored a book entitled; “Managing Large Scale Research and Development Programs”. From 1979 he owned and ran his own Strategy Consulting firm gradually focusing on the Ferrous sector. Later he sold the business to Hatch Associates, a major technology and engineering firm specializing in the Mining and Metals sectors and joined their board. Recently he has co-founded a boutique financial advisory firm focused on the same sectors. His clients are confidential but have comprised most of the major firms and many minor ones in the ferrous value chain. Interview with the Author

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