World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 148.3 million tonnes (Mt) in April 2018, a 4.1% increase compared to April 2017.
worldsteel's Head of Technology Rizwan Janjua explains why it is crucial for steel companies to quantify and measure their performance against that of other steel companies.
Russia’s flexible steel-framed football stadiums ensure a sustainable, post-World Cup sporting legacy.
worldsteel’s Head of Raw Materials Markets, Baris Çiftçi, discusses global ferrous scrap availability projections and what this means.
Today is Steel Safety Day. Achieving zero accidents is the steel industry's top priority. Steel Safety Day reinforces awareness of the five most common causes of safety incidents.
Following our constructsteel conference in London last week, Terrence Busuttil, worldsteel Head of Construction Coalitions, explains why it is necessary to promote steel use in construction.
World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to worldsteel was 148.3 million tonnes (Mt) in March 2018, a 4.0% increase compared to March 2017.
As much as a third of the world’s food is lost before it even reaches consumers, but a new mobile canning system could help lower waste
worldsteel Sustainability Manager Vanessa Riedemann identifies 5 habits that make companies lead the way in finding solutions and push their sustainability agenda forward.
worldsteel Director Dr Nae Hee Han discusses the anomalies in the April 2018 Short Range Outlook (SRO) when viewed against the strength of the global economy.
worldsteel today released its April 2018 Short Range Outlook (SRO). worldsteel forecasts global steel demand will reach 1,616.1 Mt in 2018, an increase of 1.8% over 2017.
worldsteel has announced the 2017 Steel Sustainability Champions at its board meeting in Mumbai. Six companies have been named as Steel Sustainability Champions for 2017.