World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 156.6 million tonnes (Mt) in October 2018, a 5.8% increase compared to October 2017.
worldsteel’s Steel Statistical Yearbook presents a cross-section of steel industry statistics from 2008 to 2017, including crude steel production, production and trade by product, and much more.
worldsteel has published a position paper on the steel industry’s use of co-products. Co-products are valuable materials produced alongside or as a consequence of the production of steel.
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World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 151.7 million tonnes (Mt) in September 2018, a 4.4% increase compared to September 2017.
As part of its commitment to the highest safety and health standards, worldsteel recognises excellence in six of its member companies.
worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis puts forward two focus areas to consider to drive safety performance to the next level.
The Board of Directors of worldsteel yesterday elected the new officers for 2018/2019 and welcomed new member companies.
The Steelie Awards recognise member companies or individuals for their contribution to the steel industry over a one-year period.
worldsteel today released its October 2018 Short Range Outlook (SRO). worldsteel projects global steel demand will reach 1,657.9 Mt in 2018, an increase of 3.9%.
Kosei Shindo, President NSSMC and this year's worldsteel Chairman, has called for governments to continue the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity after the expiration of its three year term.