Steel Times International is a must-read for anyone working within the global steel industry. An English language journal, each issue contains a digest of global news, events, statistics, and stockholding news, as well as more detailed technical articles, company and country profiles, conference reports and regular regional economic briefings.
The target readership are managers and CEOs in the steel industry, but it is also widely read by stockholders, members of research organisations, technical consultants and business consultants.
In addition to its regular eight issues a year Steel Times International publishes technical supplements and foreign language supplements in Chinese, Russian and Spanish for distribution in the appropriate regions.
The STI Editor, Matthew Moggridge also hosts regular webinars, with guest speakers covering topics such as industry 4.0, European steel, climate-friendly steel-making, resilience and supply chain management. See upcoming webinars here.Visit our Steel Times International website here
The Sustainable Steel Strategies Summit 2021, brought to you by the makers of the Future Steel Forum and Steel Times International, is shaping up to be an exciting one-day virtual event aimed exclusively at the global steelmaking industry.
Steelmakers in Europe are hard at work developing new ways to produce carbon-lean steels: think of the Hybrit Initiative from SSAB and other hydrogen-based technologies, like thyssenkrupp’s green hydrogen and green power plan based on the concept of ‘blast furnace 2.0’. Salzgitter is looking at renewable energy sources for its blast furnaces. Liberty Steel is realising it's Greensteel Vision, Tata Steel Europe is busy with its Hlsarna project. Every self-respecting steelmaker is doing its bit to make the process cleaner and reduce emissions.
But how are they doing this and what timescales are they working to? Well, that’s what the Sustainable Steel Strategies Summit is all about. Come and listen to what the steelmakers themselves have to say about climate change and how they intend to make greener steel in the near future.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Future Steel Forum - digital edition. Over 230 delegates joined us to connect with their industry, develop plans for 2021, and discover the digital solutions that promise to deliver a more intelligent supply chain.
We've been thrilled with the feedback received so far and we hope to see you all at a face-to-face event very soon.
Future dates for 2021 / 22 TBC