CRU 9th North American Steel Conference

2015-10-26 - 2015-10-27
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Prices: Until 28th August 2015: USD 1500 29 Aug - 2 Oct 2015: USD 1700 From 3 October 2015: USD 1850
With the extremely challenging conditions the global steel industry is facing, due to the quicker than anticipated contraction in Chinese demand and severe oversupply, the US industry has performed relatively well and has unsurprisingly become the target of exports from a range of countries seeking to mitigate losses and take advantage of favorable exchange rates. The 9th CRU North American Steel Conference will address the key issues central to your success. You'll hear experienced and noteworthy speakers discuss demand, materials technology, raw materials, cost competitiveness, trade barriers and global threats to the US steel markets.
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Open to all
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John Ferriola - Chief Executive Officer - Nucor, Aviva Leebow Wolmer - Chief Executive Officer - Pacesetter Steel Service, Inc., Chris Houlden - Research Manager - CRU, Kalyan Ghosh - President and Chief Executive Officer - Essar Steel Algoma Inc, Josh Spoores - Principal Consultant Steel - CRU, Dean A. Pinkert - Vice Chairman - U.S. International Trade Commission, Alan H. Price -Partner - Wiley Rein, George Dowd - Foreign exchange market commentator, Alex Laugharne - Principal Consultant - CRU, Lavan Mahadeva - Research Director - CRU, Dr. P. K. Rastogi - Principal Engineer - AK Steel Corporation, Dave Andrea - Senior Vice President - Industry Analysis and Economics - OESA – Original Equipment Suppliers Association, Scott Barnes - Sr. VP and Chief Commercial Officer - TMK Ipsco, Gregory J Goad - Vice President Purchasing - Northwest Pipe Company, Chris Asgill - Senior Consultant - CRU, Ralph L. Pinkert - Executive Vice President - Scrap Metal Services LLC

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