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Date Feb. 8, 2024

Duration 1 day

Location Istanbul, Turkey

Steel Scrap 2024

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Steel Scrap 2024 took place on 8th February and discussed the latest developments in the global scrap steel markets.

You can view the event photos here.

If you missed this event, keep a look out for Steel Scrap 2025, launching this summer.



Steel Scrap 2024 conference took place at the luxurious Ciragan Palace Kempinski

Address: Ciragan Palace Kempinski - Yıldız, Çırağan Cd. No:32, 34349 Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Türkiye

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Exhibition Sponsor


SOYBAS STEEL, founded in 1961, is one of the oldest steel stockholder in Turkey. SOYBAS stocks and trades all types of Flat / Long / Tubular steel products. Besides trading, Soybas also produces ERW steel tubes & hollow sections and gives 1-25mm cut to length and slitting service in Soybas Steel Service Center to it’s customers both in Turkish and  global markets. Thanks to its strong ties with all Turkish and international steelmakers, Soybas offers all types of steel products to its worldwide customers in the most favorable conditions, and with the best quality.


Event Partners

The Recycling Association of Africa (RAA)

The Recycling Association of Africa (RAA) is a non-profit association that works with a coalition of recycling professionals from government, business, educational institutions, and other non-profit organizations to promote waste reduction, reusing, reducing and recycling end of life material in Africa. Advocating for preservation of natural resources and utilizing urban mines before having to utilize underground mines. Promoting forestation and decarbonization which leads to reduction in global warming. Ultimately, leading to environmental and Socioeconomic Sustainability.

RAA takes pride in promoting sound recycling practices throughout Africa as well as supporting the African economy in building bridges through out the Middle-East Europe and the globe.




MRAI International is India's biggest material recycling conference. With more than 980 delegates & 44 exhibitors representing the #RecyclingIndustry

In Indian Recycling firmament, the Association could boast of a variegated history of growth within a short span of less than a decade.

Started off as Metal Recycling Association of India, in 2011, the industry body of metal industry stakeholders metamorphosized into a full-blown trade body at the instance of Government, which directed it to embrace and extend the benefits of its benevolent actions all recycling and recyclable commodity stakeholders, not limiting them to the metal sector alone.



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

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. 





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.

GMK Center

GMK Center is a think-tank and consulting company with focus on CIS iron&steel sector. GMK Center offers comprehensive consulting services and industrial expertise, together with partners World Steel Dynamics (US) and Horst Wiesinger Consulting (Austria). GMK Center works with all key players in Ukraine – Metinvest, Interpipe, Ferrexpo, ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih, DCH Steel, Centravis. Also, GMK Center highlights the main events and trends in steelmaking industry through the web-portal GMK Center is a communication platform as well, organizing forums, round tables and meetings for market participants.

Demir Celik Store

Iron & Steel Store Magazine publishes to the following sectors: Iron &Steel, Stainless Steel, Pipe, Machine, Logistics, Shipbuilding, Lifting and Carrying Machines, Warehousing, Cable, Lube Oils, Hydraulic – Pneumatic, Construction, Galvanize, Chrome, Aluminium, Molting, Automative Supplier Industry, White Goods Supplier Industry. The magazine has a 5,000 reader circulation per month. It is distributed to readers within the subscription system and is sent out to industry sites, organised industry areas and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the cities free of charge. With the publication content, press quality, wide distribution network and the objectivitism, it has become the leader of the sector within the second year of trading.

M Junction

mjunction services limited, an equal joint venture of Tata Steel and SAIL, is India’s largest B2B ecommerce company and a leading e-marketplace for steel in the world.

Since inception in 2001, mjunction has e-transacted over Rs 16 lakh crore till FY23 on its various eplatforms. More than 200 large corporates and 3 lakh MSMEs buy and sell their products and services using mjunction’s e-sales, e-procurement and e-marketplace platforms.

Over the last few years, mjunction has taken some important strides in bringing about transparency through digitisation in nationally important sectors such as foodgrains, pulses & oilseeds, crude oil & natural gas. In 2020 mjunction launched its first e-marketplace for tea, followed by mjValueMart, an emarketplace for idle spares, in 2021.

In 2023 it launched rivexa, a cross-border B2B e-marketplace that will enable buyers across the globe to source made-to-order goods from Indian suppliers. In the first phase, the state-of-the-art platform will house two categories - Industrial Goods and Apparels & Home Textiles.

Headquartered in Kolkata, India, the company has a presence in more than 50 locations across India, and more than 900 professionals working in these locations. Internationally, it has a business footprint in Australia, Singapore, UK and the United Arab Emirates. mjunction also has its own offices in UAE and UK.

mjunction is a socially conscious organisation, imparting basic computer and communication training to the underprivileged through its trust ejunction, not only making them employable, but also creating employment opportunities for them. Project Jyoti, mjunction’s initiative to digitally empower visually challenged school students through app-based learning, was launched in Chhattisgarh and is today running in three other states of West Bengal, Meghalaya and Jammu & Kashmir.


Flat Steel Import, Export and Industry Association was founded in 2003 by the founder president Mustafa Açıkalın, for the purpose of gathering flat steel importers, exporters and traders together with the industrialists who are engaged in manufacturing using flat steel, under one roof in an effective way; establishing cooperation and solidarity; working on the identification and solution of the requirements and problems of the industry.

The Steel Scrap 2024 conference programme is below.

  • 09:20-10:45

    Session 1: Global steel market megatrends – where will this decade take us?

    The global economy has experienced significant disruption in recent years due to multiple Black Swans, geopolitical fragmentation, and the acceleration of the energy transition. These factors reshape trade patterns and supply chains, alter consumer attitudes, and increase production costs in different regions. This session will analyse the major factors affecting the global steel industry, including the megatrends shaping the decade.

    • •  How will the energy transition impact steel business?
    • •  To what extent will new technology shape the industry?
    • •  How can businesses respond to increasing fragmentation?
    • •  Is resource nationalism inevitable?
    • •  To what extent will the electric automotive industry’s role in steel consumption diminish?
    • •  How are changing consumer attitudes towards climate driving emissions reduction?
    • •  Will global overcapacity threaten the progress of decarbonisation investments?

    Format: 10-12 min presentations + Q&A

  • 10:45-11:30

    ☕ Coffee Break ☕

  • 11:30-13:00

    Session 2: What’s driving the global scrap market? A look into trade, policy & energy

    Amid the rapid socioeconomic change and uncertainty, business cycles in the steel industry are getting harder to predict and scrap suppliers are having to adapt. The Indian subcontinent is challenging Turkey’s seaborne scrap market dominance, while the growing trend of steelmaking electrification is threatening policy restrictions on scrap trade. Although scrap demand is touted to rise, it could initially be hampered by energy bottlenecks in some regions, such as Europe. Meanwhile, various scrap markets have emerged as important global players due to significantly increased EAF capacity, including Bangladesh and Pakistan, as well as, more recently, Egypt. This session will examine the global scrap market's main challenges and opportunities.

    • •  Are Turkish imports still the global scrap market maker?
    • •  Will China ramp up scrap imports? Will it ever enter the export market?
    • •  How is India’s increasing scrap import demand shaping the market?
    • •  How would global trade be affected by scrap export restrictions in the largest supplier, the EU?
    • •  How do increasing energy costs in some regions, including Turkey, impact scrap business?
    • •  To what extent will steelmaking electrification change trade patterns?
    • •  What is the scope for Bangladesh and Pakistan scrap demand growth and impact on trade?

    Format: 10-15 min presentations + Q&A

  • 13:00-14:15

    🍴 Lunch Break 🍴

  • 14:15-15:45

    Session 3: New trends in global scrap

    Steelmakers are increasingly looking to vertical integration, buying up scrap processors in order to ensure feedstock supply security at a time when scrap is becoming a critical resource. Various scrap markets are meanwhile emerging as major buyers and threatening to reconfigure long-established trade routes. Technology development is touted to improve scrap processing, thereby raising yield and lowering emissions. To what extent are suppliers reorienting towards new markets? Does the prospect of closed-loop recycling present an opportunity or challenge for scrap suppliers? How are scrap suppliers adapting to low-emission requirements? This session will delve into why mills are finding it important to secure scrap expertise, as well as analysis of global scrap trade with a particular focus on new markets.

    • •  Why are steelmakers investing into scrap and what is the outlook?
    • •  What are the prospects for scrap demand from the emerging buyers?
    • •  Which new scrap supplying and buying markets can we expect to impact global trade?
    • •  What is the outlook for seaborne scrap trade amid decarbonisation?
    • •  How can technology advancements prepare scrap supply for future low-emission demand?

    Format: 10-15 min presentations + Q&A

  • 15:45-16:30

    ☕ Coffee Break ☕

  • 16:30-17:25

    Session 4: Where are scrap prices heading in 2024?

    Although scrap prices have declined towards the end of 2023 from their peak in March, and are nowhere near elevated 2021 levels, they remain above pre-Covid values. As EAF steelmaking share grows, there is an expectation that demand for scrap and therefore its prices will be pushed up. With Turkish mills suffering from competitiveness issues, Indian subcontinent demand carried the scrap market for much of 2023. Will this remain the case? This session will look at where prices are heading in 2024 and why.

    • •  How did scrap prices chart over 2023 and where are they heading in 2024?

    Format: Panel session

  • 17:15-17:30

    Chairman’s closing remarks

  • 17:30-19:30

    🍸Cocktail reception🍸


Metin Tayfun Iseri, Chairman, YISAD & Board Member Colakoglu Metalurji

Metin Tayfun was born in Istanbul in 1955. He completed his high school education in Virginia, US. In 1977, received his mechanical engineering degree, followed by a master’s degree in industrial engineering, both from Texas A&M University. His work experience covers 3.5 years at Amoco Production in Texas, two years at Colakoglu Metalurji, then 26 years at companies including Borusan Group, Monroe Shockabsorbers, Caterpillar and Mannesmann Pipe. In 2010, he joined Colakoglu Metalurji as the company switched its production from long products to mainly flat products. He is a founding member of both the Thrace Industrialists Association and Turkey’s Construction Machinery Industry Association and is a board member of the Automotive Suppliers Association of Turkey (TAYSAD). He is also the chairman of Turkey’s Association of Flat Steel Exporters and Manufacturers (YISAD).

Cüneyt Çöke, Board Member, Acemar

Cüneyt is currently a Board Member of Acemar AG Swiss since 2010 and President of Acemar DMCC UAE since 2018. Prior to that, he worked as the managing partner at AR International in Istanbul from 2000 to 2010. From 1996 to 2000, he served as the planning and procurement manager at Ekinciler Foreign Steel Trade Company in Istanbul. He also worked as the Melt shop Chief Engineer at Ege Metal Steel Works in Izmir from 1995-1996 and as the Rolling Mill Chief Engineer at Ekinciler Steel Mill in Iskenderun from 1992-1994. He started his career as a Quality Control and Assurance Engineer at Ekinciler Steel Works in 1991-1992. Cüneyt holds a degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Middle East Technical University Ankara and has completed the Executive Education program at IMD Lausanne, where he is also an alumnus.

Hu Hongsheng, Director of Scrap Department, Fubao Information Company

Hu Hongsheng is Director of Scrap Department at Fubao Information Company, Head of Fubao Scrap Research Team and Scrap Data Products. Hu Hongsheng has been engaged in bulk commodity and scrap industry research for more than ten years.

Pratik Shah, Senior Manager, MTC Group

Pratik is the Senior Manager for MTC Group, a 50-year-old business group employing more than 5500 personnel. MTC Group is the largest Ferrous Scrap procurement, processing, recycling & steel manufacturing company in India, having various scrapyards across India, handling a yearly volume of over 2 million tons of Ferrous & Non-Ferrous metals/scrap and ferro alloys. Pratik brings a vast experience of more than 16 years in Metal Scrap Recycling trade in India & International trade. Having offices in the USA, UK, Singapore and Dubai, Pratik has travelled extensively all over the world, handling the international business of his MTC Group.

Steven Vercammen, Senior Expert, McKinsey & Company

Steven Vercammen is a senior expert in McKinsey & Company’s Belgium Office. Since he joined in 2004, he has worked on steel and steel value chain related projects (carbon and stainless steel). Whilst early on focusing on operational improvement, market analysis (supply/demand) and technical benchmarking, in recent years Steven has specialized in sustainability topics related to the steel industry. As part of the global steel industry dynamics knowledge, Steven is the global expert on steel metallics dynamics covering scrap supply, demand and pricing evolution and decarbonization. In addition, Steven is global research leader for steel and metals in general, responsible for proprietary knowledge assets linked to cost curves, demand, supply, capital markets and overall market dynamics. Prior to joining McKinsey, Steven worked at the KU Leuven university as the “science engineering technology” group manager responsible for research strategy, educational programs and day to day management of all support functions. Steven has obtained a PhD in materials engineering (steel) from the KU Leuven and obtained engineering masters diploma from the university of Ghent in Belgium

Stanislav Zinchenko, CEO, GMK Center

Stanislav is the CEO GMK Center, Chair of the Committee for Environment and Sustainable Development of the European Business Association, President of CSCMP Ukraine Roundtable. Last 5 years provides consulting services for Ukrainian iron & steel companies in sustainability issues, supply chains, CAPEX policy, market analysis. Stanislav Zinchenko has 15-years experience in consulting for manufacturing companies. He has expertise in operational management and supply chains as a team leader, consultant and analyst in international projects in the field of entrepreneurship, operational efficiency and logistic infrastructure. Stanislav has an MA in International Economics at Kyiv National Economic University.

Osman Tureyyen, General Manager, Metkim Metal

Osman graduated from the Technical University of Istanbul in 1987 as a metallurgical engineer. He worked in different companies till 2001, like Kibar Holding, Ekinciler Steel, Habas Steel and Stemcor. Osman established Metkim Metal in March 2001. In the past 21 years, Metkim has been working as sale agent for different companies like S Norton Co, UK, Theo Steel, Germany, Log-Met, Italy, Rad & Comm, Canada and some other companies, especially for steel scrap and non-ferrous cargoes for Turkish and Greek markets. Osman also markets such cargoes to Middle East countries since the growth in steel mills in this region in recent years.

Muammer Bilgiç, MD, Bilecik Demir Çelik

Born in 1959, Muammer graduated in 1983 from the Metallurgical Engineering Department of Middle East Technical University in Ankara. During his career, he has worked as an engineer and as an executive in various positions at Cukurova Celik, Cebitas, Metas, Kumas, Eregemetal, Sivas Demir Celik, Ferrocom, Cer Celik, Ecosid  Ltd and Kocaer Celik. Since 2014, he has been serving as managing director of Bilecik Demir Celik. Muammer has published industry analyses and articles in various professional publications on steelmaking processes, the relation between refractory and steelmaking processes, and alternative raw materials for electric arc furnaces.

Alain Eeckman, Commercial Director, Casier Recycling

Alain has been working at Casier Recycling NV for the last 3 years. Casier Recycling is a recycling company, specialised in both non-ferrous and ferrous materials with a strong sourcing network in the industrial activities within Flanders, Belgium. After his studies (Master in Economic Sciences at Antwerp University), Alain joined the raw materials division of the Arbed Group, which later became Arcelor and ArcelorMittal. Alain was stationed in Brussels, later in Singapore where he joined the Group’s steel trading division and returned to Belgium 8 years later to join the logistics division. Alain subsequently joined an American company Tube City IMS, a provider of steel services, including scrap procurement for the Eastern European market, especially within the Czech Republic and Serbia. He later moved to Vienna, Austria to join FJ Elsner Trading as senior trader for raw materials. In 2018 Alain joined Casier Recycling in Belgium as commercial director with responsibilities on both the scrap sourcing as on the sales side.

Dr Salam Al Sharif, Founding Chairman, Recycling Association of Africa - RAA

Salam is a Civil and Metallurgical Engineer, graduated from Texas AGM University in 1984 and Executive MBA from Cambridge Massachusetts. He has a Doctorate degree in Business and Economic Sustainability from London. Dr. Salam AI-SHARIF has 37 years of experience in the Metals Recycling industry. His extensive hands-on experience has paved the way for Sharif Metals Group of Companies to achieve regional and global recognition. Advisory leadership of 4th generation. Presently the Founding Chairman of Recycling Association of Africa-RAA. He has held progressive positions at the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR); from a Board Member to Vice President and Chairman of the Ambassador's Committee. Also, he has served as President of the Bureau of Middle East Recycling (BMR) for 10 years, 3 years as Honorary Chairman, and now holds the position of Patron. Salam has frequently been invited as a 'Guest Speaker' in different prestigious local and international forums and conferences related to Metals, Recycling, Environment, Energy, and Sustainability. He has received several prestigious awards recognizing his enormous contribution towards the development of his industry, including the Best Recycling to the Middle East in 2017 and also Best Middle East Recycler in 2018, and 4 times Gold Winner in the Middle East Personality of the year award.

Emrah Ugursal, Deputy General Manager, Bastug Metalurgy

Emrah is a seasoned professional in the steel foreign trade industry, currently serving as the Vice General Manager of Bastug Metallurgy. He holds a Master's degree in Economics from Dokuz Eylul University in Turkey and has almost 20 years of experience in the field. Emrah has worked in various export and import departments for top companies such as Ozkan Steel, Diler Holding, and Izmir Demir Celik (IDC). He oversees the import of steel scrap and raw materials and the export of end products like reinforcing bars and billets at Bastug Metallurgy. Emrah is known for his strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and ability to handle pressure. He plays a vital role in ensuring the company's import and export operations run efficiently and effectively while maintaining the highest quality and customer service standards.

Chrysa Glystra, Trade & Economics Policy Manager, UK Steel

Chrysa is responsible for trade policy and economic analysis for UK Steel, representing the sector’s interests to UK government. Chrysa leads UK Steel’s work on trade remedies, trade agreements and wider trade regulation, including sanctions. She also works on areas at the intersection of trade, climate change and environment policy, such as carbon leakage and scrap policy. Chrysa recently co-authored UK Steel’s report “Steel Scrap: a Strategic Raw Material for Net Zero Steel” analysing the UK scrap market and outlining scrap policy recommendations for the UK government. Previously Chrysa led the European Biofuels team at S&P Global Platts, covering pricing, policy and news for these markets. She also has experience across a broad range of commodity markets and policy, including metals & mining, petrochemicals, sugar and grains. Chrysa holds an MSc European Political Economy and a BSc Economics from the London School of Economics.

Ali Sezen, Representative, Novek LLC

Ali has 40 years experience in the steel and raw materials sectors throughout Europe, African & Latin American, Ukraine and Russia including foreign trade, and logistics. He has extensive experience in iron & steel, energy, cement and food industries especially in exports from Ukraine, Russia and Turkey to several other countries. Ali's various companies have a combined yearly turnover of USD650 million.

Dr Tom Kirk, Founder & CEO, Foresight Data Machines

Dr Tom Kirk is Founder & CEO of Foresight Data Machines, who pair AI with physics to solve the most important control problems in electric steelmaking.

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Deepak Bhandari, Chief Commercial Officer, Arabian Gulf Steel Industries

Gaku Ito, Executive Officer, Tokyo Steel

Gaku is the executive officer for Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co., Ltd., the biggest Japanese electric-arc-furnace steel producer that makes both flats and beams. Tokyosteel has the top market share of H beams and is the first company to produce hot rolled coils from scrap in Japan. Tokyosteel’s pricing of steel scrap is regarded as a market indicator in the world. Gaku is responsible for export sales at the Tokyo headquarters. He has abundant experience in HRC trade with various areas such as North America, Europe, China and other Asian countries. Gaku is also in charge of sales development of flat products to promote of environmental-friendly green steel among Japanese steel consumers like global manufacturers. EAF steel is the first choice for steel users moving towards carbon neutrality. The company has the technology to recycle obsolete scraps into high-quality steel sheets, and Tokyosteel has a clear vision to expand its capacity. 

Marcel Genet, Founder and President, Laplace Conseil


Marcel is the founder and Managing Director of Laplace Conseil, an independent management consultancy firm he created in 1995, specialised in international strategy consulting for the metals, minerals and recycling industries. He has conducted numerous missions for the iron and steel industries as well as non-ferrous, scrap, and mineral companies, in Europe and abroad, in the areas of globalisation, merger and acquisition, restructuring, risk management and performance improvement. In most of his work, Marcel helps CEO’s and top executives anticipate, react to, and deal with the evolutions of the global scene such as technology innovation, China emergence, international competitiveness, prices and profits volatility. Today, Marcel is particularly helping his clients to assess the impact and opportunities for the steel and metal industries created by Climate Change and its necessary adaptations. Prior to Laplace Conseil, Marcel was a consultant for 15 years with McKinsey & Company where he became the senior partner in charge of the Firm’s worldwide steel practice. Marcel holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MSc in electrical engineering from the University of Liège.

Tanmoy Mandal, Director and Head - Metals and Mining Consulting, Research & Consulting Group AG

Tanmoy has about 15 years of experience working at the highest level with global metals & mining players, financial and asset restructuring firms. He has both worked at management consulting, operations, overseen projects in iron & steel making, due diligence, energy transition and techno economic appraisal of projects at some of the largest plants across Europe, S-E Asia, Middle East, and in North America. He is currently working with Research and Consulting Group AG, Switzerland, leading the metals & mining team globally, before at Frost & Sullivan, TATA and JSW Steel, he was managing the transformation team for corporate strategy, capital projects and operations for one of the world’s most advanced plant. According to Tanmoy, green steel and clean energy transitions need to have economic merit, and the RCG AG team leaves no stone unturned in designing and improving operations for the most CAPEX/OPEX efficient portfolios to ensure the lowest “carbon premium” possible considering market, technical feasibility, and economics of operations. Tanmoy has BS Degree in Metallurgy & Materials Science and MBA from Indian Institute of Technology, IIT, Kharagpur. Outside of work, Tanmoy’s interests include long distance running and experiencing new cultures.

Huseyin Ocakci, Deputy General Manager, Hangzhou CIEC

Huseyin, Deputy General Manager for Hangzhou CIEC, has 25 years of experience in foreign steel trade. Having worked as a foreign trade manager at various Turkish mills, as a Board Member of the Turkish Flat Steel Association, and as a Board Member of the Turkish Iron and Steel Exporter Association, Huseyin is now living in China and working in HQ responsible for Middle East Markets,  European Markets, African Markets, Long Department and business development at Hangzhou CIEC International Co.   

Steel Scrap 2024 Attendees

Company Position Country
Acemar Mamber of the Board Turkey
Akcelik Iron and Steel Inc. General Manager Turkey
Alex Stewart International Corporation Director Turkey
Arabian Gulf Steel Industries Chief Commercial Officer United Arab Emirates
Arcelor Mittal CMO Iberia Luxembourg
ArcelorMittal (Europe) Germany
ArcelorMittal SA Romania
Armos BV Managing Director Belgium
ARMOS BV Business Development Manager Commodoties Belgium
Bastug Metalurji Foreign Trade Manager Turkey
Beyce Metal Owner Turkey
Bilecik Demir Celik MD Turkey
Borcelik Strategy and Marketing Unit Manager Turkey
Borcelik Head of Domestic Sales Turkey
Borcelik Senior Marketing Specialist Turkey
Borusan Mannesmann Board Member Turkey
BPG SHIPPING Chartering Manager Greece
Casier Recycling N.V. Commercial Director Belgium
Cetin Civata Chairman of the Board Turkey
CMC Poland Sp z o.o. Director Poland
Colakoglu Metalurji CEO Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Supervisor – Raw Materials Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Raw Materials Purchasing Consultant - Purchasing Directorate Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji Purchasing Specialist Turkey
Colakoglu Metalurji (Yisad) Board Member Turkey
Commercial Metals Company Director Poland
Consulting services Business Development and Strategic Marketing Turkey
Demir Celik Store Marketing Manager Turkey
Diler Dis Ticaret Board Member Turkey
Diler Foreign Trade Inc. Import Manager Turkey
Ekinciler Iron and Steel Co. Executive Board Member Turkey
Erciyas Celik Boru San. A.Ş. Procurement Manager Turkey
Erciyas Celik Boru San. A.Ş. President Turkey
European Metal Recycling (EMR) Business Development Manager Turkey
European Metal Recycling GmbH Sales Director Switzerland
Exiros Manager Romania
Exiros Procurement Coordonator Romania
Foresight Data Machines (ScrapChef) Advisor Turkey
Foresight Data Machines (ScrapChef) Founder & CEO United Kingdom
Foresight Data Machines (ScrapChef) Head of Commercial United Kingdom
FUBAO Chief researcher China
GMK Center CEO Ukraine
GrafTech Switzerland S.A. Director, Marketing & Market Intelligence Switzerland
Hangzhou CIEC Deputy General Manager Turkey
Hangzhou CIEC International Co.,Ltd Director - Middle East Region United Arab Emirates
İÇDAŞ Board Member Turkey
Icdas Celik Enerji Tersane ve Ulas?m A.S. Turkey
İÇDAŞ Dis Ticaret A.Ş Chairman Turkey
ILK-SAN Ltd. Sti. Trader Turkey
Intekno Group President & CEO Turkey
Interpipe Marketing Specialist Ukraine
İstanbul Mineral and Metals Exporters' Association (İMMİB) Secretary General Turkey
İZMİR DEMİR ÇELİK SANAYİ A.Ş. Foreign Trade Manager Turkey
İZMİR DEMİR ÇELİK SANAYİ A.Ş. Area Sales Manager Turkey
Kabui trading DMCC Head of Ferrous Products sourcing United Arab Emirates
Kallanish Events Director India
Kallanish Sales Manager - MENA & Eastern Europe Bulgaria
Kallanish Journalist
Kallanish Journalist Turkey
Kallanish Global Editor
Kallanish Director United Kingdom
Kallanish CEO United Kingdom
Kallanish Europe Sofia Journalist Bulgaria
Kocaer Steel Board Member Turkey
Kroman Celik Board Member Turkey
Kroman Celik Senior Specialist Turkey
Laplace Conseil Founder and President France
Leyal Ship Recycling Manager Turkey
Liberty Celik Hizmetleri Ltd Sales and marketing manager Turkey
Material Recycling Association of India (Director, MTC Group) President India
Mckinsey & Co Senior Expert Belgium
McKinsey & Co. Senior Expert Belgium
MESteel Manager United Arab Emirates
Metacore Dis Ticaret Owner Turkey
Metal Market Dış Ticaret A.Ş. Executive Director Turkey
Metals Hub GmbH Head of Sales Germany
Metals Hub GmbH Account Executive Germany
Metkim General Manager Turkey
MJunction Services Group manager Metal business India
MJunction Services Editor & Chief Manager India
Molycop - Santa Ana de Bolueta Grinding Media CAM North & East Europe Spain
MTC Group Senior Manager India
National Industrial Development Center (NIDC) Chief Advisor, Metals Saudi Arabia
Nazal Metal Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd. Şti. Director Turkey
Nica Metal Dış Ticaret Ltd. Şti. General Manager Turkey
Nikel Paslanmaz Çelik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.. Director Turkey
NLMK Plates Sales Europe Analyst Belgium
Novek LLC Representative Turkey
Outlast Inc Senior Recyclables Trader United States
Outlast Inc. Founder and CEO United States
Pittini Raw Material and Semi-Product Purchasing Manager Italy
Pittini Group Raw material purchasing manager Italy
Poligon Trading Inc Commercial Agent Turkey
Port of Kokkola Commercial Manager Finland
Port of Kokkola Sales Finland
Port of Rotterdam Business Manager Dry Bulk Netherlands
Port of Rotterdam Business Manager Dry Bulk Netherlands
Price waterhouse coopers PWC CONSULTANT Algeria
Recycling Association of Africa - RAA Founding Chairman United Arab Emirates
Red Med Commodities Limited Egypt Junior Trader Egypt
Red Med Commodities Limited Egypt Projects Manager Egypt
Research & Consulting Group AG Director and Head - Metals and Mining Consulting Germany
Rhein Trade Director Turkey
R.L. Steels & Energy Ltd. CEO & Director India
SteelConsult International B.V. Managing Director Netherlands
Steelforce Turkey Business Manager Turkey
Steelinvest Raw Materials Trader Switzerland
SUN SKP Director United Kingdom
Tata Steel Limited Chief BE & Projects, LP India
Tata Steel Limited Chief, Steel Recycling Business India
Tata Steel Ticaret A.S. Turkey Scrap Sales Representative Turkey
TCUD Technical Affairs Director Turkey
Tokyo Steel Executive Officer Japan
Tosyal Holding President Turkey
UK Steel Trade & Economics Policy Manager
Wuppertal Institut Climate, Environment and Energy Junior Researcher Germany
Yametas A.S. Director Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik Deputy General Manager of Commercial Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik Raw Material Purchasing Manager Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik Marketing and Customer Experience Director Turkey
Yildiz Demir Celik Marketing Manager Turkey
Yisad Consultant Turkey
Yücel Grup Group Senior Purchasing Specialist Turkey

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Date Feb. 8, 2024

Duration 1 day

Location Istanbul, Turkey

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