Date Nov. 22, 2023
Duration 0.5 day
Location Mumbai, India
Steel Markets Forum - India 2023
Amid the global slowdown, from Chinese futures dropping to softening sentiments in Europe, India maintained its position on the back of strong domestic demand and a consistent uptick in crude steel production in the first two quarters. Indian steel exports, however, took a hit because of the slowed outbound shipments to Vietnam, Europe, and the United Arab Emirates. At the same time, the influx of steel has risen significantly in India, which may pressurise domestic steelmakers. The nation is gearing up to achieve its most celebrated target of producing 300 million tonnes/year of crude steel by 2030; simultaneously, concerns for decarbonisation and Europe’s CBAM are growing. India’s development will be shaped by factors both internal and external. The India Steel Forum will bring together Kallanish editorial expertise from India, the Far East and Europe, as well as expert opinion and insights from Indian steel executives, to give an international outlook for India’s rise.
- How should India become another steel giant in the midst of decarbonisation and green steelmaking?
- After the scrap export ban by the UAE, South Africa, and other Gulf nations will India come up with a policy supporting domestic scrap generation?
- How beneficial is the termination of Section 232 for Indian steel exports to the US?
- Will CBAM shut off Indian exports to Europe?
- Will India outcompete new capacities in SE Asia, coastal China and the Middle East?
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Steel Markets Forum - India took place at the Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai.
Address: Jio World Centre, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400098, India
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The Indian Steel Association https://indsteel.org/
The Indian Steel Association (ISA) is the voice of India’s robust and growing steel industry. ISA came to life to create a conducive environment for steel production in the country and has since worked towards representing the interests of the Indian steel ecosystem both nationally and at international forums. As a not-for-profit society, ISA proudly shoulders the responsibility of communicating the views of its constituents to all stakeholders in the steel production supply chain. It remains at the forefront of all policy deliberations and contributes to decision-making in the area of public and regulatory policy, raw material sourcing, global trade, technology, environmental concerns, and the entire range of issues related to steel making, steel consumption and steel usage. As the world’s second largest steel producing country, India is leading the way and so is ISA.
Format & Timings
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Guest arrival, Registration and Lunch: 13:00 hrs – 14:30 hrs
Presentation and panel discussion session: 14:30 hrs - 16:00 hrs
Hi Tea and Tea Coffee cookies plus networking: 16:00 hrs - 17:30 hrs
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Alok Sahay, Secretary General, Indian Steel Association
Alok is a steel industry veteran with nearly 4 decades of varied experience in the steel industry. He was trained at British Steel and was a visiting fellow at Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University in 1999 - 2000. Mr. Sahay has worked closely with the steel industry and the Government as one of the core industry representatives to advocate on industry-related matters at national and international forums. In 2015–16, when the Indian steel industry went through a rough patch, he was instrumental in ensuring trade remedial measures were put in place. He also represented India in the first meeting of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity (GFSEC) held in Paris. In his previous stint at the Steel Authority of India (SAIL), he was instrumental in bringing together R&D establishments of SAIL, the Defence Ministry and other Governmental units to ensure critical import substitution of products within defence manufacturing. These efforts led to the successful launching of fully indigenous warships and warranted that India moves towards Aatmanirbharta in steel requirement for the defence sector. Mr. Sahay has all through championed the cause of the Steel industry.
Vinay Shroff, Chief Marketing Officer, JSW Steel
Vinay is the head of Sales & Marketing (Domestic and International) at JSW Steel Ltd. He joined JSW Steel in 2010 and in a short period he has pioneered various initiatives towards improving steel sales & marketing in India. He has focussed on enhanced customer service; introduced Value Added products for serving yellow goods, construction, appliance and solar sectors. Vinay has introduced products for emerging segments like renewable energy; established JSW as a major supplier in the appliance industry, scaled up the alloy steels, long products and coated products portfolio of JSW. In the international markets, he has focussed on value added products and expanded JSW’s reach to newer geographies. Vinay has leveraged digital technology to connect the entire ecosystem of B2B as well as B2C customers including influencers and channel partners. A regular speaker at International forums, he is an alumni of B.I.T.S, Pilani with over 32 years of experience in industries ranging from FMCG, Petrochemicals, Telecommunications, Retail & Steel.
Tomas Gutierrez, Managing Editor Asia, Kallanish
Tomas is the Managing Editor Asia for Kallanish and produces editorial content on the region, with a focus on China, as well as overseeing Kallanish's operations in East Asia. He is based in Shanghai, where he has lived and worked for the last six years. Tomas speaks Mandarin as well as English and Spanish. He has also spent three years in Beijing studying and working. Previously, Tomas worked at Steel Business Briefing, where he joined shortly after graduating with a masters degree in Asian politics from SOAS in London.
Ian Roper, Consultant, Kallanish Consulting Services
Ian is a highly regarded industry analyst, with over 20 years experience in metals, starting at CRU in London. Since 2003 Ian was based in Shanghai, China initially with Steel Business Briefing and then Macquarie, before a five-year stint at Rio Tinto running their iron ore analysis. Since 2010 Ian worked as a sell-side analyst with CLSA, Macquarie and others based in Shanghai and Singapore and continues to bring his leading-edge thoughts on the markets as an unbiased independent analyst.
Emanuele Norsa, Editor Southern Europe, Kallanish
After training as a journalist in Italy, Emanuele started covering the steel market back in 2010 when he joined SBB in London. In 2014, he became managing editor for the EMEA steel market for Platts. Emanuele joined Kallanish in 2016 and he is the editor for Kallanish Steel Weekly. He speaks five languages and love art as much as steel.
Adam Smith, Editor in Chief, Kallanish
Having graduated from university in England's steel city of Sheffield, Adam was destined to end up in a career related to the steel industry. He has worked at Kallanish since 2014 as an editor for The Middle East and Turkey, as well as CIS and Eastern Europe, contributing his experience gained from five years in Dubai of the vibrant and fast-growing Middle Eastern and Turkish markets. Adam regularly attends events in the Middle East and Europe, moderating and speaking at some of them. He was previously steel editor at Platts in Dubai and before that Central and Eastern European reporter for Steel Business Briefing in London. Adam prides himself on providing friendly, informative and accurate journalism. He is currently based in Frankfurt and speaks fluent Polish and intermediate German.
Date Nov. 22, 2023
Duration 0.5 day
Location Mumbai, India
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