Friday 3 July 2015
 
»
Tag
 
»
Steel

Indian steelmakers hit by Japan, S.Korea imports

India could raise steel tariffs further to check a surge of imports, a minister said, but local steel firms are concerned that free trade agreements with Japan and South Korea would still let those countries boost shipments. Amid

More…

Iran plans $16bn investment in mineral sector

Iran is planning investments of around $15 billion during its sixth five-year economic development plan (2015-2020) to develop mining projects and raise the production capacity of steel, aluminium and copper industries, a report said.

More…

$3.45 trillion projects 'in pipeline in Mideast'

Around $3.45 trillion worth of projects are in the design, bid or construction stage until 2025 in the GCC and the Middle East region, with the World Expo 2020 in Dubai and Fifa World Cup in Qatar providing a  boost to infrastructure spendi

More…

Conares to boost production capacity to 1m tonnes

Conares, the second largest private steel manufacturer in the region, has announced plans to increase its manufacturing capacity to one million tonnes at its facility in Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza). The company will invest Dh200 m

More…

Zamil unit wins $11m deal for Jazan refinery project

Zamil Structural Steel Company, a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial Investment Company, has won a SR43.8-million ($11.7 million) deal from SK Engineering and Construction Company to supply various structural products for Package 9 of the Jazan Refi

More…

Tata Steel first to develop SAWL line pipe

Tata Steel was the first company to manufacture a submerged arc welded longitudinal (SAWL) line pipe installed through reeling method in the North Sea. Manufactured at Tata Steel’s Hartlepool 42-inches UOE mill, the pipe was

More…

Egypt to impose 8pc import tariff on steel rebar

Egypt will impose an eight per cent import tariff on rebar - reinforced steel bars - for three years, the trade ministry said, extending temporary tariffs introduced last year to protect the domestic industry. A ministry statement

More…

Unger builds storage facility for fertiliser factory in Saudi

Unger Steel Middle East is building six mega warehouses with conveyor systems for Spanish industry plant specialist Intecsa Industrial in Saudi Arabia at a cost of €530 million ($561.7 million) The Umm Wu'al EPC project,

More…

Unger builds storage facility for fertiliser factory in Saudi

Unger Steel Middle East is building six mega warehouses with conveyor systems for Spanish industry plant specialist Intecsa Industrial in Saudi Arabia at a cost of €530 million ($561.7 million) The Umm Wu'al EPC project,

More…

Drone-based solution helps UAE steel firm

Age Steel, a UAE-based company that operates multiple steel yards in Dubai, has been selected as one of three finalists for the RFID Journal Award for the most innovative use of RFID. The winner will be declared at RFID Journal LI

More…
 1 2 3 4 5 >  Last ›

calendarCalendar of Events

Ads