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September, 28th 2020

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Asia Steel Markets - Talking Points - September 2020

Steel Sept. 30, 2020 60 minutes

 

Overview

Join the Kallanish Asia Steel Markets Talking Points webinar on Wednesday 30th September. Asia is at the heart of the key issues affecting the steel industry globally, and its role throughout the coronavirus outbreak to date has emphasized this. The webinar will focus on Asian and global steel markets reviewed by the Kallanish editorial team and guest speakers.

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Time, Format, & Questions

  • Start Time: The webinar will start at 10:00 BST and will last for around an hour, which will include time for questions from the audience. 
  • Questions: If you ask a question during the webinar and the team does not have enough time to answer it, we will endeavour to answer all questions and send around the answers to all attendees afterwards.
  • The Presentation: You can also download a copy of the presentation from the handouts section of the webinar system.
  • Polls: During the webinar we will ask the audience a series of poll questions, your answers are all anonymous and it is a great way for attendees to interact.
  • Recording: We understand that this might not be the most convenient time for everyone around the world, which is why a recording of the webinar will be made available afterwards.

 

Attendee System Requirements & Check

Generally you will just need a reliable internet connection and a computer and a phone, and you will be able to join the webinar. 

System Requirements: 

Operating system
  • Windows 7 - Windows 10
  • Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) - macOS Catalina (10.15)
  • Linux
  • Google Chrome OS
  • Android OS 5 (Lollipop) - Android 9 (Pie)
  • iOS 10 - iOS 12
  • Windows Phone 8+, Windows 8RT+
Web browser
  • Google Chrome (most recent 2 versions)
  • Mozilla Firefox (most recent 2 versions)
Internet connection
  • Computer: 1 Mbps or better (broadband recommended)
  • Mobile device: 3G or better (WiFi recommended for VoIP audio)
Software
  • GoToWebinar desktop app
  • GoToWebinar mobile app
  • JavaScript enabled
Hardware
  • 2GB of RAM (minimum), 4GB or more of RAM (recommended)
  • Microphone and speakers (USB headset recommended)
Mobile device
  • iPhone 4S or later
  • iPad 2 or later

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Audio troubleshooting

The most common culprit is that the wrong audio mode was selected in the GoToWebinar app.

When you are in a session, you are able to specify which audio mode you use to connect to the audio conference (depending on which modes the organiser made available). It's possible that the default mode you joined with is not the one you want, and that you need to manually switch it.

  • If you want to connect with your mic and speakers, make sure Computer Mode or Internet Mode is selected.
  • If you want to connect with your telephone, make sure Phone Mode is selected

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Joining from the web

If you are in a locked down corporate environment, and cannot join webinars because you cannot allow software downloads or installs please follow these instructions.

1. Right click on the Join Webinar button in your confirmation email and choose, copy link address

 

2. Paste the link into your address bar in your preferred broswer

 

3. Copy this string of text below and add it to the end of your link

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4. And now press enter to navigate to the webinar.  It will open in your browser window.

Asia Steel Markets - Talking Points - September 2020 Sept. 30, 2020

Harold Quek, Strategic Advisor, JFE Meranti Myanmar Holding

Harold is the Strategic Advisor of JFE MERANTI Myanmar Holding Pte Ltd. Harold has a MA in Marketing Management from Macquarie University, Sydney, and started his career with BHP Steel Asia Pte Ltd in 1980 – as General Manager responsible for export and trading of a wide range of Flat and Long products in South East Asia including South Asia. He held various positions while at BHP, had extensive global marketing experience and was also responsible for sale of raw materials for steel making. His last post was with NS BlueScope Coated Steel as Vice President – Strategic Sourcing, managing the sourcing of flat steel for NS BlueScope operations in ASEAN.

Anna Low, Steel Journalist SE Asia, Kallanish

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Anna Low has covered the South East Asian steel and metals industries since the 1990s. Before joining Kallanish in September 2017, Anna was with Platts and before that, she was with Steel Business Briefing and metal Bulletin. While she has witnessed and tracked so many cycles in the steel markets, no two days are ever the same. Writing steel news and assessing prices are a huge part of who she is. Anna enjoys the work very much especially interacting with the key industry players and participants over these past 20 something years.

Maryam Wang, Steel Journalist China/N. Asia, Kallanish

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Maryam joined Kallanish in 2018 and she covers the Chinese Steel Markets. Previously she worked for one of the major online steel trading platforms and then for a PPGI exporter. Maryam also speaks Arabic.

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.

Asia Steel Markets - Talking Points - September 2020 Sept. 30, 2020

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