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Scrap and Low-emission Metallics 2023

None June 15, 2023 1 day 750.0 (Super early bird rate)



Ferrous scrap markets have seen significant disruption in recent years, first as a result of the Covid pandemic, then major supplier Russia’s heavy export duty imposition, and finally the Ukraine war and its repercussions. Since demand from steelmakers recovered following the initial Covid shock in 2020, scrap prices have remained elevated, comfortably above the average of the last ten years. This is even the case following the easing of Covid-induced logistical disruptions and demand for scrap from Turkey, the world’s largest importer, being hampered for much of 2022 due to mills there struggling with steel exports.

Scrap has seen various trends in recent years, but none are more dominating or will be as long-lasting as the global push to decarbonise steelmaking. Numerous blast furnace-based mills, especially in Europe, are converting to the direct reduced iron-electric arc furnace route, where DRI produced using hydrogen is sure to be supplemented with scrap as EAF feedstock. In the meantime, however, BF mills will increase their use of scrap as a fast way of reducing carbon emissions, thereby tightening the market and keeping prices elevated.

India, which showed strong scrap demand in 2022 during weaker Turkish buying periods, is meanwhile likely to require more scrap going forward, firmly cementing itself as challenger to Turkish mills for global supply.

Alongside scrap, the growth in consumption of low- or zero-emission, hydrogen-reduced ore-based metallics – direct reduced iron and hot-briquetted iron – is likely to accelerate as a result of decarbonisation. As more production capacity is built, the long-standing issue of insufficient high-grade iron ore pellet feedstock availability will need to be resolved once and for all.

SLEM 2023 will aim to discuss all of these issues in detail and answer pressing questions, such as: Will rising energy costs intensify competition for higher scrap grades? How likely are we to see more countries resort to restricting scrap exports to maintain their competitive advantage? How will global scrap trade evolve in 2023? How can DRI-EAF steel supply chains ensure sufficient high-grade raw material availability?



Scrap and Low-emission Metallics 2023 will be held in English only.



Scrap and Low-emission Metallics 2023 will take place at the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai, UAE.

Address: Sheikh Zayed Road, P.O. Box 75880 United Arab Emirates

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Association & Media Partners


MRAI International is India's biggest material recycling conference. With more than 980 delegates & 44 exhibitors representing the #RecyclingIndustry having already registered. Don't miss your opportunity. Be the one among by confirming your participation now. For India's Biggest Networking Conference; MRAI’s 10th #IMRC2023




Since its establishment in 1928, NASS has been successfully working to promote the interests of steel service centres throughout the UK. NASS is the only trade association covering the whole of the UK steel stockholding industry. NASS members supply steel to UK manufacturing and are a vital link in the supply chain from producer to customer, handling some 8 million tonnes of steel a year, principally to the construction, automotive and engineering industries.

Association partner: Steel Exporters' Association​

Steel Exporters' Association is a non-profit business organization of more than 1250 companies representing the largest steel producers and exporters in the Turkish steel industry. It carries on its operations with the aim of increasing the export potential of the Turkish steel industry and paves the way for Turkish steel producers/exporters, with main objective to foster and attain sustainable global steel market based on free and fair trade. The Association also solves the problems of its member companies face at home and abroad, provides contact between members and foreign importers in order to ease the export processes, serves up-to-date domestic and global market news, reports and analyses. 




Metal Trade Pages

Metal Trade Pages is a database that provides business users with comprehensive information about companies, products and services associated with the Metal, Steel and Mineral Industries. This platform provides its members an opportunity to connect with other organisations and professionals related to the Industry.



ME Steel

MESTEEL is a Middle East b2b steel portal, providing buyers and sellers with, an in-depth database, steel offers, inquiries, news, jobs, information, events.


Arab Iron and Steel Union (AISU)

Arab Iron and Steel Union (AISU) was established in Algeria in 1971 as the first Arab union of Arab countries to be established under the umbrella of the Council of Economic Unity in the League of Arab States.

AISU is a non-governmental organization of a private nature, not of a political or commercial nature. AISU works on pioneering the Arab iron and steel industry and serving steel producers and consumers at the local, Arab and international levels.

AISU works in the field of preparing studies, organizing courses and holding periodic conferences for the prosperity of the Arab iron and steel industry. The union includes a wide range of companies with multiple activities related to the iron and steel industry.


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Rate Per Person
Super Early Bird (Book & pay by 5th April 2023) $750
Early Bird (Book & pay by 10 May 2023) $850
Full Price (from: 11 May 2023) $950


Group Booking Rates


Group Booking Rates for 3+ delegates Per Person
Super Early Bird (Book & pay by 5th April 2023) $550
Early Bird (Book & pay by 10 May 2023) $650
Full Price (from: 11 May 2023) $750


What's Included?

Delegate rate includes:

  • Full area access conference pass
  • Presentations download
  • Event app - full interactive delegate list, complimentary reports, polls, live Q&A and more!
  • Networking sessions
  • Interactive panel session
  • Buffet lunch
  • Coffee breaks
  • Cocktail Reception

Scrap and Low-emission Metallics 2023 June 15, 2023

  • 9:30-10:30

    Session 1: Steel market turbulence and support for raw materials

    This session will look at how global supply and demand for steel products has developed in 2023, amid slowing economic growth and potential recession. Demand for scrap and other raw materials is dependent on steelmakers’ capacity utilisation, which has been challenged globally due to weaker end-use demand for steel amid high inflation, tightening monetary policies and Europe’s energy crisis. Much hope, however, is pinned on a Chinese market recovery following the end of the Asian giant’s zero-Covid policy, as well as the rapid emergence of another Asian giant, tipped to one day become the driving force behind steel consumption, India. This session will analyse steel supply and demand dynamics, pricing developments, changing trade patterns, and other issues affecting steel markets, in order to set the scene for the day’s in-depth discussion on raw materials markets. Is steel demand likely to provide support for raw materials in 2023?

    Format: 10-12 min presentations + Q&A

    • Russia-Ukraine war repercussions on steel market one year on
    • Post-Covid China outlook
    • Latest trade pattern developments
    • Steel pricing trends
    • Automotive sector recovery following semiconductor shortages
    • What end-use markets will out- and underperform this year?
    • Europe economic woes’ impact on steel market
  • 10:30-11:15

    ☕ Networking Break ☕

  • 11:15-12:45

    Session 2: What awaits the global scrap market?

    Scrap has long been a critical feedstock for steelmakers, especially those in Turkey and the US. The established convention is that Turkey is the largest buyer, while the US and EU are the main suppliers. When Turkish mills cannot sell their steel, global scrap demand takes a hit. However, new trends have emerged that are changing the dynamic. The global push to decarbonise steelmaking means many steelmakers are turning their attention to scrap as a fast way to reduce emissions. Numerous blast furnace-based producers in Europe are meanwhile gradually switching to the electric arc furnace route. This is putting pressure on scrap availability and leading some regions, such as the EU, to consider restricting the export of scrap. New steelmaking powerhouses are meanwhile emerging in the Indian subcontinent that will shift demand for scrap eastwards and provide tough competition for Turkish buyers. This session will look at the latest developments in the global scrap market, including the latest trading and pricing trends. How is the tough economic situation impacting activity at scrap collectors and supply onto the market? Do US and EU suppliers still see Turkey as the most important scrap player or is the Indian subcontinent taking over? What is keeping scrap prices at historically elevated levels and will this trend continue? What is the outlook for the current scrap pricing cycle? All these topics and more will be discussed.

    Format: 10-15 min presentations + panel

    • Turkish energy cost woes’ impact on scrap demand
    • How will green steel targets change global scrap demand?
    • Will supply grow sufficiently?
    • Resource nationalism effect on scrap trade
    • The latest developments in China’s scrap market – importer or exporter?
    • Scrap pricing trends
    • Turkey’s role in the scrap market waning?
    • Which grades will be most popular?
    • Who are the new suppliers on the horizon?
  • 12:45-14:00

    🍴 Lunch Break 🍴

  • 14:00-15:30

    Session 3: The new player on the block – Indian subcontinent scrap demand bourgeoning

    India recently overtook South Korea as the world’s second-largest scrap importer, and there is plenty of scope for further growth, given the emerging Asian giant aims to treble steelmaking capacity and increase its scrap consumption. When Turkish mills slowed or stopped buying scrap for periods last year amid challenging steel export sales, Indian subcontinent demand carried the seaborne scrap market. Much of the increased consumption, however, will be provided for by domestic supply. India aims to significantly expand and modernise its scrap collecting and processing infrastructure to make use of locally-available feedstock. Various auto shredder ventures have been or are being set up, while Tata Steel has invested into scrap processing technology. In recent years, Bangladesh has invested into substantial new EAF capacity, thereby necessitating increased scrap imports. For its part, Pakistan has also seen the launch in recent years of various small induction furnace-based long steel mini-mills that consume scrap. All three countries are also shipbreaking powerhouses. Is ship scrap generation a viable source of feedstock in this region going forward? Will the region ultimately overtake Turkey as the world’s main scrap importer? What progress is being made in the development of local scrap processing infrastructure? How likely is Indian demand for scrap to grow in the short term given blast furnace investments are still being made here? How are the increasing volumes of bulk imports changing India’s scrap import market?

    Format: 10-15 min presentations + panel

    • What India’s National Steel Policy means for scrap demand/supply
    • The impact on the market of India’s increasing bulk scrap imports
    • India’s car scrapping/auto shredding growth – impact on scrap supply
    • Will India grow its share of EAF steelmaking?
    • How have Bangladesh EAF steelmaking investments in recent years impacted the scrap market?
    • How are Pakistan’s economic/financial woes affecting scrap demand?
    • Is shipbreaking a viable scrap source going forward?
  • 15:30-16:15

    ☕ Networking Break ☕

  • 16:15-17:45

    Session 4: DRI/HBI, the other side of the metallics coin

    Direct reduced iron has long been a staple feedstock in some parts of the world, such as the Middle East, where scrap is used merely as a supplement. However, with decarbonisation driving the phasing out of blast furnaces, and hydrogen championed as the new iron ore reductant, DRI is poised to take on a much broader, global role. A host of European steelmakers have announced investments into DRI-EAF steelmaking to gradually replace their BF models, while the Middle East plans to further expand its DRI- and iron ore pellet-making capability to cater for regional and export demand. A major issue for DRI production in recent years has been the availability of high-Fe-content, DR-grade pellet feedstock. How will supply of this respond to greatly increased demand amid new DRI-making investments? The world’s largest iron ore miner and pellet producer Vale has pre-empted this scenario by planning to build “Mega Hub” industrial complexes in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Oman to establish a localised supply chain for low-emission metallics to feed the region’s steelmakers. Metalloinvest has traditionally been the world’s largest seaborne HBI supplier, but sanctions have complicated trade with Russia. How have DRI/HBI trade patterns changed? What is the scope for Turkish mills to begin using DRI/HBI to replace some scrap requirement? Iran is the world’s largest natural gas-based DRI producer, but gas shortages have recently hampered production. How are these likely to pan out going forward and what impact will this have on the market? What are the latest pricing trends in the merchant DRI/HBI market? This session will aim to answer these questions and discuss the most important issues impacting ore-based metallics.

    Format: 10-15 min presentations + Q&A

    • How is decarbonisation driving investments into DRI-making?
    • Will DR-pellet supply be sufficient to meet increasing DRI production?
    • Vale’s prospective “Mega Hub” complexes
    • How have merchant HBI trade patterns changed since the outbreak of war in Ukraine?
    • DRI pricing trends
    • Scope for Turkish mills to use DRI
  • 17:45-20:00

    🍸 End & Cocktail reception 🍸

Scrap and Low-emission Metallics 2023 June 15, 2023

Previous Attendees


Browse the lists below to see last years conference attendees.

International Steel Scrap 2022 Attendees

Company Position   Country  
Akcelik Iron and Steel Inc. General Manager Turkey
Arcelik Purchasing Manager Turkey
ArcelorMittal Research Engineer Spain
ArcelorMittal Brasil Analyst Brazil
Astex Chief procurement officer Ukraine
AV Center Deputy Director Ukraine
Bahrain Steel Deputy General Manager - S. & M. Bahrain
Bahrain Steel General Manager - S. & M. Bahrain
Bahrain Steel Acting General Manager - R. M. Bahrain
Better Deals Managing Director Pakistan
Borcelik Sales Representative Turkey
Borcelik Marketing Specialist Turkey
Borcelik Sales Representative Turkey
Borcelik Scrap and Packaging Sales Unit Manager Turkey
Borcelik Strategic Development and Marketing Unit Manager Turkey
Borusan Mannesmann Board Member Turkey
Casier Recycling N.V. Commercial Director Belgium
Cetin Civata Chairman of the Board Turkey
CL GRUPO INDUSTRIAL (Steel Division) Supply Chain Director Spain
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Supervisor – Raw Materials Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Manager - Raw Materials Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Director Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji CEO Turkey
Commercial Metals Company Director Poland
Demir Celik Store Marketing Manager Turkey
Dido Shipping Co. SA Manager Greece
Diler Dis Ticaret Board Member Turkey
Dillinger Coordinator Transformation Technologies Germany
Ekinciler Iron and Steel Co. Executive Board Member Turkey
Emirates Steel Industrial Analyst United Arab Emirates
Erciyas Celik Boru San. A.Ş. President Turkey
Erdemir Pricing Specialist Turkey
Erdemir Pricing Manager Turkey
Erdemir Marketing & Sales Director Turkey
Fabrication of steel structures Private entrepreneur Ukraine
Ferrexpo Head of Sales Europe, External Relations Executive Ukraine
Ferros La Pobla Manager Spain
GAC Group Group Senior Marketing Manager Greece
Gerdau Market Intelligence Specialist Brazil
German TMX Director India
GMK Center Chief Analyst Ukraine
GMK Center CEO Ukraine
GrafTech International
Grupo WEC Purchasing Director Spain
HATKO A.Ş. Raw Materials Director Turkey
Head of CSR projects Ferrexpo Ukraine
Icdas Celik Enerji Tersane ve Ulas?m A.S. Turkey
İÇDAŞ Dis Ticaret A.Ş Chairman Turkey
Japan Metal Daily Chief Investigator for steel scrap Japan
Jindal Stainless (hisar) Ltd. AGM Raw Materials India
Kallanish Journalist
Kallanish Journalist Turkey
Kallanish Director United Kingdom
Kallanish Marketing Executive United Kingdom
Kallanish Sales Manager Bulgaria
Kallanish Managing Editor Asia United Kingdom
Kallanish Events Director United Kingdom
Kallanish Consulting Services Consultant Singapore
Kardemir Chief Financial Officer Turkey
Kardemir Purchasing Manager Turkey
Kardokmak Kardemir General Manager Turkey
Khatib Sons International Managing Partner Pakistan
Kibar dis ticaret a.s. Board Member and General Manager Turkey
KOC METALURJI A.Ş. Foreign Trade Manager Turkey
Kroman Celik Board Member Turkey
Kuwait Steel Deputy Chief Executive Officer Kuwait
Kuwait Steel Deputy Manager - Marketing Kuwait
Linkas Steel Trade Manager Turkey
Linkas Steel Managing Partner Turkey
Link Inspection Expertise Services Co. Ltd. Operations Director Turkey
LMS Reinforcing Steel Group Commodity Manager United States
Material Recycling Association of India (Director, MTC Group) President India
Mescier Foreign Trade Operations Manager Turkey
Mescier Deputy Board of Directors Turkey
Metinvest CSR manager Ukraine
Metinvest-SMC Head of Projects Ukraine
Metinvest-SMC Manager Ukraine
Metkim General Manager Turkey
METKIM Sales Manager Turkey
Mitsubishi Corporation GM, Industrial Material Group United Arab Emirates
MMK Procurement Manager Turkey
Moinuddin corporation Bangladesh
MTC Group Senior Manager India
Nikel Paslanmaz Çelik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.. Turkey
Novek LLC Sales United States Minor Outlying Islands
Novek LLC Representative Turkey
NV Bekaert SA Regional Category Manager Wire Rod ERMEA Belgium
PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih Ukraine
PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih Head of Marketing Ukraine
PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih Marketing Specialist Ukraine
PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih Ukraine
PT Citra Baru Steel PA of Director Indonesia
Ramada Aços Product Manager Portugal
Recuperaciones Criado Manager Spain
R.G.GUPTA & CO. India
Sami Soybas Steel Industry & Trade Partner & Export Manager Turkey
Sidenor Aceros Especiales SL Metallics Purchasing Manager Spain
Soybas Steel Vice President Turkey
SSY Consultancy & Research Senior Director United Kingdom
Tata Steel Process technologist Netherlands
Tata Steel Sourcing Manager Scrap Netherlands
TCUD - Turkish Iron and Steel Producers Association Secretary General Turkey
Tekko Shimbun Corp (Japan Metal Daily) Chief Investigator Overseas Marketing Japan
Tezcan Galvaniz Commercial Director Turkey
Tokyo Steel General Manager, Sales Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. General Manager Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Director Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. President Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Excecutive Officer Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Sales Manager Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Assistant Manager Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Excecutive Officer Japan
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. Excecutive Officer Japan
Turkish Steel Exporters' Association (CIB) Market Research Analyst Turkey
Turkish Steel Exporters' Association (CIB) Materials Engineer Turkey
UBTA Director Ukraine
UKRDIPROVAGMASH Lead Technologist Ukraine
UkrFA Deputy executive director Ukraine
UkrFA Executive Director Ukraine
Ukrmetallurgprom President Ukraine
Ukrmetallurgprom Vice-President Ukraine
Vale Account Manager United Arab Emirates
Vale International Account Manager (Middle East & Malaysia) United Arab Emirates
VALE International SA DUBAI Iron Ore Sales United Arab Emirates
Varrsana Steel Senior Director India
Welspun Corp Senior Manager India
World Steel Association Director Turkey
Yametas A.S. Director Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik Export Sales Manager Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik A.S. Deputy General Manager of Commercial Turkey

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International Steel Scrap 2021 Virtual Conference Attendees

Company Position   Country  
ABS - Acciaierie Bertoli Safau S.p.A. Scrap & Semis Purchasing Manager Italy
ArcelorMittal Luxembourg
ArcelorMittal Europe Flat Head of Operational Marketing Luxembourg
Asil Celik Purchasing manager Turkey
Asil celik AS External Purchasing Specialist Turkey
Asil Celik AS ‎Import Purchasing Specialist Turkey
Belgian Scrap Terminal NV Owner Belgium
Belgian Scrap Terminal NV CEO Belgium
British Steel Head of Marketing United Kingdom
Carmeuse Global Steel Market Manager United Kingdom
Casier Recycling N.V. Commercial Director Belgium
CIB - Turkish Steel Exporters Association Market Analyst Turkey
CL GRUPO INDUSTRIAL (Steel Division) Supply Chain Director Spain
CNMR ltd. Director United Kingdom
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Manager - Raw Materials Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Director Turkey
Dillinger Middle East FZE Managing Director United Arab Emirates
Ecore Ferrous Trader Switzerland
Ecore / GDE Commercial Agent Turkey
Emirates steel Chief Technical Services & Project Officer United Arab Emirates
European Metal Recycling GmbH Sales Director Switzerland
Exiros Market Intelligence Analyst Uruguay
Ferme International Trade Sales Manager Turkey
FUBAO Chief researcher China
Galloo Chief Commercial Officer Belgium
Gerdau Director of Raw Materials and Forests Brazil
GrafTech International VP Marketing & Business Development Switzerland
Grupo WEC Supply Chain Manager Spain
Hander Metal Turkey
HATKO A.Ş. Raw Materials Director Turkey
HJHansen Recycling Industry Ltd. CEO Denmark
HMY Yudigar Purchasing Manager Spain
Hoffman Iron and Steel Chairman United States
ILK-SAN Ltd. Sti. Trader Turkey
International Iron Metallics Association Secretary General United Kingdom
International Iron Metallics Association c/o Papillon Mineral Services Ltd MD United Kingdom
Jacquet Metal Service Chief Purchasing Officer France
Jame Tejarat Co. CEO Iran
JFE Shoji Corporation Manager, Processed Ferrous Materials Section Japan
JFE Steel Corporation Principal - Global Business Planning Development Japan
JFE Steel Corporation Manager, Metallic Materials Section & Processes Ferrous Materials Section Raw Materials Dept.Ⅱ Japan
JTC Business Development Director Iran
Kallanish Director United Kingdom
Kallanish Editor United Kingdom
Kallanish United Kingdom
Kallanish Journalist Germany
Kallanish Sales Manager Singapore
Kallanish CEO United Kingdom
Kallanish Managing Editor North America United States
Kallanish Global Editor
Kallanish Bulgaria
Kallanish Business Development Germany
Kallanish Sales Manager Spain
Kallanish Editor Southern Europe
Kallanish Marketing Executive United Kingdom
Kallanish Journalist
Kallanish Managing Editor Asia United Kingdom
Kallanish Events Director United Kingdom
Kallanish Commodities Global Head of Subscriptions & Advertising United Kingdom
Kallanish Consulting Services Consultant Singapore
Kallanish Europe Sofia Germany & Russia Journalist Bulgaria
LEYAL Group Manager Greece
Link Inspection Expertise Services Co. Ltd. Operations Director Turkey
LME VP Sales United Kingdom
LMS Reinforcing Steel Group Commodity Manager United States
MANEKS Dis Ticaret Business Development Turkey
MEsteel Consultant United Arab Emirates
MESteel United Arab Emirates
Metacore Dis Ticaret Owner Turkey
NASS Director General United Kingdom
NASS Office & Events Manager United Kingdom
NASS United Kingdom
Pandrol Commodity Manager United Kingdom
Port of Rotterdam Business Manager Dry Bulk Netherlands
Rating Agency Rusmet Assistant manager Russia
Reuters Manager
Rio Tinto Analyst Singapore
Rio Tinto Senior Analyst, Market Analysis, Steel & Raw Materials India
Roger Emmott Associates Limited Managing Director United Kingdom
Rusmet Russia
Saad Bioenergy CEO Brazil
Saarstahl Market Research Germany
Sabic Senior Manager Saudi Arabia
Sabic Analyst, LP Marketing Saudi Arabia
Sabic Market Intelligence Saudi Arabia
SABIC Specialist, FP Marketing Flat Products Saudi Arabia
Sidenor Aceros Especiales SL Metallics Purchasing Manager Spain
SSAB EMEA AB Project Manager Sweden
SSAB Europe Oy Manager Finland
SSY Consultancy & Research Senior Director United Kingdom
SteelData Business Development Manager Turkey
Suelzle Gruppe Germany
Sumitomo Corporation Global Metals Co., Ltd. Manager - International Steel Sheet Business Dep. / Steel Sheet International Trade Japan
Tata Steel (Thailand) Public Company Limited President & CEO Thailand
TCUD - Turkish Iron and Steel Producers Association Secretary General Turkey
Tekko Shimbun Corp (Japan Metal Daily) Chief Investigator Overseas Marketing Japan
Turkish Steel Exporters' Association (CIB) Market Research Analyst Turkey
Union de Almacenistas de Hierros de España - UAHE Spain
Universal Metal Coating Company (UNICOIL) General Manager - Commercial Operations Saudi Arabia
Universal Metal Coating Company (UNICOIL) Marketing Manager Saudi Arabia
VOGEL Stahl B.V. Price Analyst Germany
Welcome Trading Co Pte Ltd Director Singapore
Witte van Moort BV CEO Netherlands
Wo Lee Steel Co., Ltd CEO Hong Kong
Wood Mackenzie Principal Consultant United States

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