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Join the 3rd annual Kallanish Europe Steel Markets 2018 held on the 20-21 June in Antwerp Belgium.
Address: Gerard le Grellelaan 10, 2020 Antwerpen, Belgium
Telephone: +32 3 259 75 00
Map: click here
The Port of Antwerp and steel service center tour will depart from the Crowne Plaza at 15.45. The tour will visit a number of key areas of the port including highlights like these:
The Port of Antwerp and steel service center tour will conclude at the MAS pavillion for the cocktail reception.
Cocktail reception at 19.00 at the MAS Pavillion
Bus back to Crown Plaza at 20.30
We are pleased to welcome the following companies as event sponsors at the 3rd Annual Kallanish Europe Steel Markets 2018 confernece.
Euroports, one of the largest port-infrastructure companies in Europe, develop, operate and manage global maritime supply-chain solutions for a large number of international customers in various industries, handling over 60 million tonnes of bulk, breakbulk, liquid and containerised goods per year. It is Euroports' mission to be the partner of choice in delivering the highest-quality maritime supply-chain solutions. Euroports accomplish this through 26 deep sea port terminals and a workforce of about 3,000 employees, offering a range of value-added services and multi-modal global freight forwarding, all with one aim – to deliver sustainable value to the customers.
For more information visit: www.euroports.com
Specta is one of the largest European steel and polyester strap producers, certified according to international standards ISO 9001; ISO 14001; OHSAS 18001. We offer modern equipment and materials for heavy-duty packing and labeling of products of steel, non-ferrous and tube industries. Our comprehensive solutions comprise protection against mechanical damage, corrosion, and weather impacts during storage and transportation.
Specta strap is suitable for both automatic and manual strapping. A wide range of steel and PET strap provides for an optimum choice.
We export to over 50 countries of Europe, Middle East and Asia.
Specta labels and tags are made of special materials able to resist high temperatures, ambient effects, oils and solvents and are used for marking different products.
Specta cares about environmental protection. Its PET production is based on eco-friendly solutions for recycling and processing PET waste into quality strapping products.
For more information visit: https://specta.com/
The Port of Antwerp is by all means the leading European integrated maritime and logistics hub and second largest seaport in Europe. Located right at the heart of Europe, it has become the centre of worldwide trading activities. Optimal connections through a vast network of highway, railway and inland waterways guarantee a smooth throughput to all of the major European industrial and consumer areas. Antwerp is a multifunctional port, where all types of cargo (containers, break bulk, dry bulk, liquid bulk) are loaded, unloaded, stored and handled in a most efficient way. In 2017, the port handled more than 223 million tonnes of maritime cargo of which more than 10,5 million TEU. With direct services to over 1300 ports worldwide, the Port of Antwerp offers a wide variety of regular seaborne and short sea maritime services to all destinations worldwide for the largest existing vessels. An annual volume of about 8,5 million tons of steel conventionally and about 2 million tons more containerised, makes the Port of Antwerp the largest steel port of Europe. 15 dedicated breakbulk terminals, including an all-weather terminal, and 5 deepsea container terminals guarantee high-performance handling of steel. The Port of Antwerp offers a unique blend of cargo handling, industrial activity and logistics operations. With a wide variety of specialized handling techniques, extensive and bonded warehousing, logistics and added value services, the Port of Antwerp is a truly integrated port.
For more information visit: http://www.portofantwerp.com
CARES is an independent product certification body providing confidence to the users, purchasers and specifiers of constructional steels through regulation, testing and inspection. CARES provides UKAS accredited product and management systems certification, as well as being a Notified Body in accordance with the Construction Products Regulation. Clients are safe in the knowledge that specifying CARES approved companies and products secures compliance with all relevant standards, without the need for further verification. CARES’ unrivalled reputation is built on over 30 years’ detailed knowledge reflected in the expertise of highly-qualified senior management, and the hands-on skills of a very experienced audit team.
CARES’ unrivalled reputation is built on over 30 years’ detailed knowledge reflected in the expertise of highly-qualified senior management, and the hands-on skills of a very experienced audit team.
For more information visit: http://www.ukcares.com
We are pleased to welcome the following organisations as official partners for the 3rd Annual Kallanish Europe Steel Markets 2018 confernece.
Since its establishment in 1928, when it was known as the National Association of Iron & Steel Stockholders, NASS has been successfully working to promote the interests of steel stockholders throughout the country and 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.
For more information please visit: www.nass.org.uk
Polska Unia Dystrybutorów Stali is an association of companies that distribute metallurgical products in Poland. Through a variety of activities, PUDS creates a platform for exchanging experiences, business contacts and joint ventures for companies for which steel is the main commercial product. The aim of PUDS is for the Polish steel industry to be integrated, steel distributors acted according to good commercial rules and the steel market in Poland was strong and competitive with foreign steel distribution companies.
Fore more information please visit: www.puds.pl
Kalin Rusev, Director, Kallanish Commodities
The global steel sector and its raw material suppliers continue to be caught up in trends largely beyond their control. In this opening session, steel experts will provide an overview of the challenges facing the European steel industry, and the new opportunities being thrown up by the changing market conditions. EU steel imports recorded new highs in early 2018; but how will US tariffs and EU policy impact this trend? Will global steel markets experience seismic shifts in steel trade flows? Is Europe already fairly well protected by trade barriers built up over recent years? Against this backdrop, European steel consolidation continues. How will European M&A activity affect steel supply and pricing? To what extent will US tariffs and EU policy impact on-going M&A? How is investment strategy influenced in today’s volatile steel landscape? With all this and more, what can we expect for the rest of 2018 and 2019? The only certainty is opinions remain diverse.
Moderator: Kalin Rusev, Director, Kallanish Commodities
Policies, tariffs and trade issues have been at the centre of the steel market for over two years now. What new challenges lie ahead and how have the decisions taken by President Trump and the European Commission impacted the market? Will 2018 record a massive hike in steel imports into Europe, and if so, where from? Steel experts will analyse policy decisions, tariffs, markets and price trends, with a focus on new suppliers, export markets, and end-use sectors.
Moderator: Roger Emmott - Managing Director, Roger Emmott Associates Limited
Moderator: Adam Smith, Editor, Kallanish Steel
Depart for port tour and cocktail reception
Christian Köhl, Europe Editor, Kallanish Steel
As the global and European steel industry adjusts to the new era of US-tariffs, and changing trade flows, adding value through the supply chain has never been more important. Industry experts assess the impact of changing requirements and solutions on transport, handling and logistics options in the European steel supply chain.Moderator: Christian Germeroth, Senior Manager, Bronk & Company
Despite positive signals on global steel production & capacity utilisation rates this year, seaborne iron ore prices are being dragged down by lower Chinese steel prices. Meanwhile, US tariffs are expected to cause a rise in scrap prices as a large portion of US scrap currently exported, is expected to stay in the US to cater for increased US steel output. On the other-hand, the worrying state of Turkey’s economy and patchy demand for Turkish long products, seems likely to maintain downward pressure on scrap prices. Speakers will discuss the key supply and demand drivers for Chinese iron ore, and the global scrap market.
Moderator: Christian Köhl, Europe Editor, Kallanish Steel
A broad range of issues will impact the steel sector in both within Europe and globally this year. A panel discussion by some of the best-informed and influential people will help focus which trends will be the most important. The panel session will be a rare opportunity to see a range of views debated face-to-face and will provide a great opportunity to put your own questions to senior figures in the sector.
Moderator: Joeri Tielemans, Independent Maritime Consultant
Dan is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - the birthplace of the US steel industry - and he started in the industry in 2009 with the original Steel Business Briefing. Prior to that, Dan covered police and military affairs in Beaufort, South Carolina, and spot news for the Valley News Dispatch in Tarentum, PA. As part of the North American Kallanish team, Dan covers flats, tubular products and specialty steel products.
Joeri is a multilingual senior sales and marketing executive with over 25 years’ experience in industrial shipping and logistics. He started his career in 1993, by joining the Antwerp Port Authority (APA). In 1995, he was appointed Commercial Advisor for the Port Authority, where he was instrumental in the transformation of APA from a landlord port to a commercially focused service company. From 2010 until 2012, he was appointed Commercial Director of Zeebrugge Breakbulk Terminal. In October 2016, Joeri joined Euroports as Commercial Director for Belgium. Since May 2018, Joeri Tielemans operates as an independent maritime consultant. Joeri serves as a Member of the Board of the National Defense Transportation Association, Benelux Chapter. In 2004, he became a Member of the Board of The Propeller Club of the United States, International Antwerp. From September 2009 until August 2013, he served as President. He has a Masters’ Degree in Applied Economics, Transport Economics, University of Antwerp
Wibo Feijen BSc (1972) was born and raised in the steel industry, learning the ins and outs of the sector in his father’s European steel business. In 2012, he founded Steel Solutions, which now provides logistics solutions in a network of companies that produce, process, market and transport steel in Europe, the Americas and Asia. Based in the Netherlands, Steel Solutions takes care of the entire logistics process that connects European and non-European steel suppliers to steel processors and users in the heart of the steel industry in Europe. Wibo Feijen is better placed than most to assess the impact of changing requirements in the sector. In his presentation during the session on supply chain management, Feijen will offer accessible, creative and realistic solutions to the transport, handling and logistics challenges in the steel supply chain.
As from 1992, Ann started working in commercial positions for SME’s, mainly in the textile industry. Since 2001, she took on a new challenge at the Antwerp Port Authority’s promotion department. Driven by a profound interest in the maritime industry, she evolved to take on the role of customer service officer of the commercial department. Her interest and knowledge grew even deeper for the breakbulk industry and since many years she has been a driving force in the breakbulk team. In her current role as a business development manager responsible for breakbulk, it is Ann’s ambition to make sure the port stays on its current growth path by attracting new business and safeguard the existing flows. Ann is also a member of maritime clubs of WISTA and is member of the board of the Propeller Club of the United States (International – Port of Antwerp). Ann is married to Geert and has 1 teenage daughter.
Georges started a steel business career in Luxembourg in the financial department of ARBED. Afterwards, he joined TRADEARBED, the Sales Company of ARBED Group. Next, he was in charge for the development of steel distribution in ARBED Group. In 1995, Mr Kirps entered the Management Board of PROFILARBED, ARBED’s Long Products producing units, with responsibility for Steel Distribution and Marketing. At the merger of ARBED, ACERALIA and USINOR into ARCELOR in 2002, he got put in charge as Executive Vice President Strategy, Logistics and Synergies for ARCELOR Distribution, Trading and Transformation. Since 2005, he is the Director General for EUROMETAL, the European Federation of Steel , Tubes and Metal distribution and trading. EUROMETAL gathers 18 national steel distribution federations representing 1 600 European steel distributors, steel service centers and steel traders, to a large extent mostly independent and family owned small and medium sized enterprises.
A former professional rugby player, Iain joined the energy supply chain industry in 2002 as Commercial Projects Manager at Murray International Metals. Iain developed detailed knowledge and understanding of international energy projects and associated supply chains, working on global projects with Supermajors, Operators, EPIC's and the major fabricators throughout EMEA. His innovative approach to supply solutions and business turnaround, saw him progress quickly to senior management roles and in 2010 he became Managing Director of 5 of the Murray International Metals independent business units. In 2014 he established the groups international energy business supplying to offshore energy projects. His experience in offshore wind incorporates an extensive international network of supply chain partners. In 2016 Iain joined the Liberty House Group, where he assumes the role of Chief Business Development Officer, supporting the GREENSTEEL vision of international industrialist and owner, Sanjeev Gupta.
Daniela started her professional training with an apprenticeship at Deutsche Bank AG, followed by studies of Economics at the Universities of Stuttgart and Passau. After her degree in Business Administration, Daniela completed a trainee programme at Klöckner & Co AG, Duisburg, in the Raw Materials, Energy and Recycling Division with focus on trading and recycling of raw materials. In 1992 she moved on to Klöckner’s Munich recycling facility (Shredder). Her responsibilities included the operational management of the facility. As Emission Protection Officer she was also responsible for the environmentally sound operation oft the scrap yard. Daniela is currently working as a consultant for business economics and markets at the German Steel Recycling Association, BDSV in Düsseldorf. She specializes on national and international ferrous markets and publishes on a regular basis in industry magazines. With her family, Daniela lived for several years in Asia (China and Thailand). She is married and has two children.
Christian works for Bronk & Company, a consultancy firm specialized in the optimization of supply chain in the metals industry, since 2014. His experience in management consulting started in 2009 with positions in the Metals Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and in the consulting department of Dr. Schönheit & Partner. As key account manager and industry expert with Bronk & Company, Christian realized transformation projects with his teams, focusing on supply chain design, process efficiency and cost optimization. He is working with clients, mainly steel producers and processing companies in the ferrous and non-ferrous industries, to find ways and means to improve supply chains in all areas from raw material supply to finished goods delivery.
Klaus Heller worked in Lugano with the Evraz Group in 2008 and was in charge of all their plate activities for the following steel mills: Vitkovice in the Czech Republic; Palini & Bertoli in Italy; and Highveld Steel in South Africa. In March 2011, Mr Heller started his independent consulting business as a steel analyst, specializing in plate developments from integrated and re-rolling mills. In his current role as a consultant, Mr Heller often creates new commercial strategies for steel/plate companies. Additionally, he participates as a presenter at steel industry conferences.
Roger has 25 years experience in the ferrous sector. He has specialised in steel end use markets and is skilled at using and interpreting trade data as part of market studies. He is a vetted Expert on steel on the UK Register of Expert Witnesses. He has extensive knowledge of the world's steel producers, EAF and integrated routes, and their raw materials requirements, downstream assets and markets. He has performed due diligence on many international steel firms, and ferrous scrap re-processors. Recent work has included flat products, automotive steels including AHSS and UHSS, plate markets, cold rolled, galvanised and pre-painted steels. He has also performed work on long products, electrical steels and tinplate. Since 1993, he has been a close observer of the steel sector in China and its impact on the world.
Sonja joined Euroports as CCO in January 2018, and is responsible for all Commercial activities on a global and country level as well as for Marketing & Communications. Prior to joining Euroports Sonja was with Hellmann Worldwide Logistics where she was Managing Director for Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. She has over 20 years of commercial and entrepreneurial experience in the logistics and freight forwarding industry. Sonja’s previous leadership roles include Managing Director (Belgium, Netherlands, France) at UTi Worldwide where she was responsible for the Freight Forwarding and Logistics operation. She has also held the position of Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing for Europe, Middle East & North Africa responsible for Global & Local Sales, Marketing & Communication, Tender Management & Solutions Design. Sonja holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration & Economics from the University of Hagen, Germany.
Karl has been Director at the European steel association EUROFER (Brussels), responsible for international relations since April 2007. Prior to joining EUROFER, Karl worked for Arcelor Corporate (Luxembourg) in the International Affairs department (2001). Karl worked in Central sales organization of Sidstahl in Ghent (1997- Flat carbon steel Sector of Arbed) and then joined the Marketing Services in 1999. In 1994, Karl was in charge of the sales coordination for cold-reduced sheets in Central sales organization TradeARBED (Luxembourg). In 1989, Karl was employed in the legal service at steel producer Sidmar - Arbed group (Ghent). Karl has a Law degree from the University of Louvain (1987) and from the College of Europe, Bruges (1988).
Gilles is Managing Director and founder of SteelConsult International, based in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), where he is responsible for conducting strategy projects, market studies, economics analysis and training for the iron & steel industry and raw materials markets. Gilles has over 20 years’ experience working as a consultant to the iron and steel industry. Prior to SteelConsult, he worked with Tata Steel/Corus Consulting in IJmuiden (The Netherlands), and with CRU International and Hatch Beddows in London (UK). Gilles is a frequent speaker at leading industry events, and a regular trainer at public and in-house training courses on steel and raw materials. In the course of his career, Gilles worked for many of the world’s main steel mills, iron ore suppliers, traders and distributors, covering markets for steelmaking raw materials, semis, sheet, plate and longs in countries around the world. Gilles holds a MSc. in Business Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Gorkem received his master's degree in Management of Business Administration in 2002 from La Salle University, Philadelphia, USA. He started his career in the US, working in multinational companies such as Saint Gobain. Later, he went on to work in the stock market fortune 500 company SEI Investments as a mutual fund trader in the US. In 2005, he took a challenge in the steel industry and started to work for steel producers as an executive for export markets. Then, he was appointed as a director of the steel desk of LN metals, a commodity trading company in London. In 2012, Gorkem founded Galex Steel International -- a trading house mainly focused on flat steel products and exports to Europe, Turkey, South America, Middle East and Far East. Galex represents reputable government and private mills from China, India and Turkey on regional or project basis. The company covers global markets through its offices in Turkey, China, India and Russia.
Darren is the Stemcor Director of the joint venture with Ansteel one of China's biggest steel companies and a world-class steel producer; responsibly exporting quality products globally. Since joining Stemcor in 1997, he moved quickly up the ranks increasing his responsibilities through a series of top-management assignments as the group opened new trading and distribution offices and increased its turnover and tonnages based out of Germany, UK, Italy, and then Spain. Prior to Stemcor he spent 9 years working in the UK carbon and stainless steel retail stockholding sector. He has been in the steel industry since 1988.
Derek is the Head of Research at Simpson Spence Young (SSY), one of the largest shipbroking organisations in the world, which has specialist teams working in 18 offices across the globe. Derek coordinates SSY’s analysis of the shipping markets and, in addition to staff based in SSY’s London office, is also responsible for research staff in Singapore. The focus of Derek’s analysis is the dry bulk shipping sector, where he specialises in trade flow analysis and fleet developments.
Laurent is Head of Operational Marketing in the team of CMO Flat Products at ArcelorMittal Europe. Operational marketing includes the following areas of responsibility: market intelligence, demand planning, price policy, commercial steering, value recovery team (non-prime) and trade defence. Laurent joined the Group with Wire Solutions in 1996 as Area Sales Manager Northern Europe and became Commercial Director of Wire & Strands until 2006. He moved to Mittal Steel Europe in Rotterdam as Product Manager Wire Rods, before joining the Corporate Marketing team in Luxembourg shortly after the merger. Since 2012, Laurent was in charge of corporate Group CCM (Commercial Coordination & Marketing) focusing on global market and price intelligence, export coordination, and global trade policy. Laurent holds a Master Degree in Applied Economics at the Faculty of University Antwerp, Belgium, as well as a Master in Business Administration specialising in Marketing at the Vlerick Business School, Belgium.
Marcel Genet is the founder and Managing Director of Laplace Conseil, a management consultancy firm created in 1995 and specialised in international strategy consulting for the metals, minerals and recycling industries. All of his clients are major international firms with a growing share of Asian companies. He has conducted numerous missions for steel, non-ferrous, cement and metals and mining leaders, in Europe and abroad, in the areas of globalisation, merger and acquisition, risk management (futures) and performance improvement. In most of his work, Marcel Genet helps CEO’s and top executives anticipate, react to, and deal with the evolutions the global scene such as new global growth and China emergence, international competitiveness, price fluctuations and profits volatility. Prior to Laplace Conseil, he was a consultant for 15 years with McKinsey & Company where he was the senior partner in charge of its world-wide steel practice. Marcel Genet holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MSc in electrical engineering from the University of Liège.
Tommaso graduated in mechanical engineering from Università degli Studi di Parma in 1996. He started his career as a designer in the agricultural business for Landini spa, and then he moved to Germany in the automotive business working for Victor Reinz Gmbh, Dana Corp. In 2000, after attaining a Master in Business Administration in SDA Bocconi, he joined McKinsey & Co handling projects in utilities, banking and insurance sectors. Later he joined the Allianz Group as a marketing manager and then he became the credit manager of AllianzBank. Tommaso entered the steel industry with S.Polo Lamiere spa becoming General Manager in 2008 and CEO in 2012, currently holding this position, at the same time he was appointed Vice-President of Assofermet, the Italian association of steel distributors, and in 2015 he became President of the Steel Division of Assofermet. Since January 2017 he is member of the board of Tecnopali, the Italian leading company in lighting and TLC poles and electricity transmission systems.
As Director General of UK Steel, Gareth ensures that the organisation plays a key role in promoting the future success of steel in the UK, as well as highlighting the significant challenges that the sector currently faces. UK Steel is at the heart of the steel sector debate, as the key unified voice of the industry. Gareth began his career in manufacturing before, first representing the milk processing industry on environment and climate change and then joining EEF in 2007, as Head of Climate & Environment Policy. Gareth led EEF’s work on a broad range of environment policies that affect the UK manufacturing sector, with a clear focus on the steel sector. Gareth is also the Executive Director of ISSB (International Steel Statistical Bureau). Gareth graduated from Kings College London with a degree in Environmental Science and is a Fellow of the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment.
Ersun is the export manager at Borcelik, a joint venture between Borusan Holding of Turkey and ArcelorMittal. After earning his degree in Business Administration in 1997 from Middle East Technical University (METU), he started work in the finance sector for 3 years in the corporate marketing division. Later, he completed his masters degree at Duquesne University in Pittsburg, USA. Following this, he joined Borcelik, which is a re-roller specialized in cold rolled and coated flat steel focused on the automotive, consumer (white) goods, radiator and construction sectors. He started in the purchasing division and was responsible for Hot Rolled Coils (HRC) and Zinc (Zn) purchasing and supply agreements. Later, he joined the sales division wher he now has responsibility as export manager. Under his leadership, Borcelik has become of the biggest exporters of Cold Rolled (CR) and Hot-dip Galvanized (HDG) flat steel, mainly to North America, European Union, Middle East and CIS countries.
|Alcar Wheels GmbH||Managing Director||Austria|
|Kallanish Commodities||Managing Editor Middle East||Austria|
|ESD - European Steel Distribution Bvba||Founder||Belgium|
|Eurofer||Director International Affairs||Belgium|
|Euroports||Management Assistant & Communications Coordinator||Belgium|
|Euroports||Business Development manager||Belgium|
|Euroports||Operations Planning Manager||Belgium|
|Gemini Corporation nv||Commercial Director||Belgium|
|Lhoist Europe||Senior Business Analyst||Belgium|
|Manuchar Steel NV||-||Belgium|
|Manuchar Steel NV||Sales manager Europe||Belgium|
|NV Bekaert SA||Technical Manager Wire Rod Europe - Corporate Purchasing Department||Belgium|
|NV Bekaert SA||Purchasing Manager Wire Rod ERMEA||Belgium|
|Pisec Group GmbH||Senior Sales Manager||Belgium|
|Port of Antwerp||Business Development Manager||Belgium|
|Port of Antwerp||Business Development Manager||Belgium|
|Stow International||Purchasing Exec. Raw Materials||Belgium|
|Vesuvius Group sa||Marketing Manager Flow Control Europe||Belgium|
|Zimmer Staal||General Manager||Belgium|
|Kallanish Commodities||Managing Editor Asia||China|
|Trinecke zelezarny, a.s.||Head of Marketing||Czech Republic|
|Athena Conseil en Energie et Industrie||Director||France|
|Bankhaus Lampe KG||Research Analyst||Germany|
|BDSV - Federal Association of German Steel Recycling||Business Administration and Taxes||Germany|
|Bronk & Company||Senior Manager||Germany|
|Kallanish Commodities||Managing Editor Europe||Germany|
|Kallanish Commodities||Sales manager||Germany|
|Marubeni-Itochu Steel Europe GmbH||Manager Sales Coordination||Germany|
|Specta Ruhr GmbH||Managing Director||Germany|
|S. Kamaridis Steel SA (SKS)||CEO||Greece|
|ArcelorMittal CLN||Board Managing Director||Italy|
|S. Polo Lamiere Spa||Manager||Italy|
|ArcelorMittal Europe Flat||Head of Operational Marketing||Luxembourg|
|Broekman Logistics||Sales Manager||Netherlands|
|Credit Europe Bank N.V.||Account Manager Corporate Banking||Netherlands|
|Euroports||Chief Commercial Officer||Netherlands|
|Euroports||Group Marketing & Communications Manager||Netherlands|
|Roba Metals||General Manager Steel Division||Netherlands|
|Steel Solutions||Owner & Director||Netherlands|
|SteelConsult International||Managing Director||Netherlands|
|Verbrugge International Terminals||Commercial Account Manager||Netherlands|
|Saferoad Daluiso A/S||Procurement Director||Norway|
|Polish Association of Steel Stockholders||Head Manager||Poland|
|Energoprom Management JSC||Head of Strategic Marketing||Russia|
|Rio Tinto Pte Ltd||Analyst||Singapore|
|Network Steel||International Sales||Spain|
|Sidenor Aceros Especiales, S.L.||Sales Manager||Spain|
|Self Employed||Steel Analyst & Consultant||Switzerland|
|Stahl Gerlafingen AG||Marketing & Sales Manager||Switzerland|
|Borcelik||Export Area Sales Manager||Turkey|
|Erdemir||Market Research & Analysis Supervisor||Turkey|
|Erdemir||Market Research & Analysis Analyst||Turkey|
|CARES||General Manager||United Kingdom|
|Carmeuse Europe||Key Accounts Manager Industry||United Kingdom|
|Galex Steel International||Managing Director||United Kingdom|
|Kallanish Commodities||Director Events||United Kingdom|
|Kallanish Commodities||Sales Manager||United Kingdom|
|Kallanish Commodities||Director||United Kingdom|
|Liberty Steel||Chief Business Development Officer||United Kingdom|
|MEPS International Ltd||Researcher||United Kingdom|
|Pandrol UK Limited||Production Director||United Kingdom|
|Roger Emmott Associates Limited||Managing Director||United Kingdom|
|SSY Consultancy & Research||Senior Director||United Kingdom|
|The Thomson Reuters||Reporter||United Kingdom|
|UK Steel||Director||United Kingdom|
|Kallanish Commodities||Managing Editor North America||United States|
|The Coeur d'Alenes Company||President & CEO||United States|
This delegate list was last update on the 18th May 2018. For additional information about attendees at Kallanish Conferences please email us and a member of the team will be happy to help.
|Asociación de Trefiladores del Acero||President||Spain|
|Akaa Steel Oy||Managing Director||Finland|
|AP Global, S.L.||General Manager||Spain|
|ArcelorMittal||Country Manager & President||Spain|
|ArcelorMittal||CMO Rails & Special Sections||Luxembourg|
|ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe||Head of Operational Marketing||Luxembourg|
|ArcelorMittal Perfiles||Managing Director||Spain|
|ArcelorMittal Spain||Head of Communications, PR&CR||Spain|
|BORCELIK CELIK SANAYII A.S.||Export Manager||Turkey|
|Broekman Logistics Division BV.||Sales Manager||Netherlands|
|Comercial de Laminados||Commercial Director||Spain|
|Euroports||Business Development Manager||Belgium|
|EVRAZ East Metals||Market Analyst||Switzerland|
|Ferpinta, S.A||Corporate Development||Portugal|
|Fowle and Co Ltd||Managing Director||UK|
|Gamma Trade||Managing Director||Switzerland|
|Grupo Comercial de Laminados||CEO||Spain|
|Hadley Group||Head of Procurement||UK|
|Interfer Steel and Commodities||Head of Europe - Flat Products||Spain|
|International Steel Trade association||Chairman||UK|
|Krohm Stahl GMBH||General Manager||Germany|
|Lhoist Europe||Senior Business Analyst||Belgium|
|London Metal Exchange||Deputy Head of Ferrous||UK|
|Manuchar Steel N.V.||Trader Europe and South-America||Belgium|
|Manuchar Steel N.V.||Trader Europe and Caribbean||Belgium|
|Marcegaglia Carbon Steel||Senior Sales Manager, Vice Director Coils and PPGI Division||Italy|
|Metso Minerals Oy||Global Category Manager||Finland|
|Monstanstalh GmbH||Head of Sales for Indirect Sales & Intl||Germany|
|Monstanstalh GmbH||Head of Sales, Germany, Austria & Switzerland||Germany|
|Network Steel||International Sales||Spain|
|Network Steel||Vice President||Spain|
|Network Steel Suisse AG||Commercial Director||Switzerland|
|Network Steel Suisse AG||CEO||Germany|
|Network Steel, S.L.||President||Spain|
|Noviostaal - Acca Staal BV||Owner and General Manager||Netherlands|
|Pasek Industrial & Mining||Managing Director||Spain|
|Railsider Mediterráneo||General Manager||Spain|
|Ramada Aços - Special Steel Solutions||Portugal|
|Ramada Aços - Special Steel Solutions||Portugal|
|Ramada Aços - Special Steel Solutions||Product Manager||Portugal|
|Saferoad AS (Vik Ørsta AS)||Norway|
|Saferoad RRS GmbH||COO Saferoad Europe Division||Germany|
|SSAB||Sales Director South Europe & TRMEA||Spain|
|Steel Strategy, S.L.||General Manager||Spain|
|Stena Metal International AB||Head of Ferrous||Sweden|
|Tata Steel||Manager of Industry Insight||Netherlands|
|Tata Steel Layde||Managing Director||Spain|
|Tata Steel Iberia||Managing Director||Spain|
|Unión de Almacenistas de Hierros de España - UAHE||President||Spain|
|VESUVIUS IBERICA REFRACTARIOS, S.A.||Commercial Manager||Spain|
|Vik Ørsta AS||Purchasing Manager||Norway|
This delegate list was last update on the 13th November 2017. For additional information about attendees at Kallanish Conferences please email us and a member of the team will be happy to help.
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