The purpose of the event is to analyze the current challenges faced by global steel industry
On November 14-16, the European Steel Conference will be held in Milan (Italy) by the American consulting company World Steel Dynamics (WSD).
During three days, top managers of leading European steel companies and high-ranking representatives of key global steel producers will speak at the conference, including:
- Antonio Marcegaglia, Chairman and CEO of the Marcegaglia Group;
- Yuriy Ryzhenkov, Chief Executive Officer, Metinvest;
- Mario Caldonazzo, Chief Executive Officer, Arvedi.
Among the invited speakers are also heads of global technology companies Danieli, Midrex, Hatch, Fives, PSI, ABB, AMI Automation and others.
The purpose of the event is to analyze the current challenges faced by global steel industry, that is:
- stability of industry in conditions of energy crisis;
- transformation of global trade models;
- economic prospects in the context of recessionary trends in the economy.
Among the main topics for discussion during the conference are “International Steel: Re-approaching a rapidly evolving global marketplace”, “Raw Materials: upstream supply chains under green pressure”, and “Energy crisis in Europe and the impact on future ESG ambitions”.
Venue: Melia Milano Hotel, Milan. GMK Center is the information partner of the event.
You can register for the event by following the link.
World Steel Dynamics is a consulting company that provides services to key representatives of the steel market, analyzes and publishes steel prices, and also studies current trends in the industry development.
As GMK Center reported earlier, since August 2020, WSD CEO Philipp Englin has been a member of the Ukrainian information and analytical center GMK Center’s supervisory board. In total, the WSD and GMK Center’s partnership has been going on for over four years. During this time, WSD invested its experience and intellectual development in the creation of a professional analytical and information service with a focus on the European and CIS regions on the basis of the GMK Center.