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Month: August 2021

MEPS – World stainless steel production forecast to rise by 11% in 2021

MEPS has upgraded its global crude stainless steel production forecast to 56.5 million tonnes, for 2021. This represents an 11 percent increase, year-on-year. Higher-than-expected first quarter output in Indonesia, and robust growth in China, are supporting

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EUROPEAN STAINLESS COIL PRICES INCREASE AGAIN

European stainless steel cold and hot rolled coil, sheet and tube prices are increasing again this month, market participants tell Kallanish. European mills are quoting CRC for Q1 2022 delivery at €3,600-3,800/tonne ($4,232-4,467) delivered including alloy

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Department for International Trade Yorkshire and the Humber Newsletter

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ISSF Media Release: Stainless Steel and CO2: Facts and Scientific Observations

Like any other industry, the stainless steel industry endeavours to progressively reduce its CO2 emissions. The International Stainless Steel Forum supports the stainless steel industry in this mission by supplying neutral data and facts. An update of the

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UK unveils post-Brexit global data plans to boost growth, increase trade and improve healthcare

UK announces intention for new multi-billion pound global data partnerships with the US, Australia and Republic of Korea International privacy expert John Edwards named as preferred new Information Commissioner to oversee shake-up Consultation to be

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Placing manufactured goods on the market in Great Britain

What you need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured goods you place on the GB market. From: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Published 31 December 2020 Last updated 24 August 2021 — See all updates Applies to: Wales,

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Using the UKCA marking

The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is a new UK product marking that is used for goods being placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). It covers most goods which previously required the CE marking, known as ‘new

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Iron Ore Collapses as Sentiment Overwhelmed

Seaborne iron ore prices collapsed on Thursday, falling sharply below expectations. Weak steel demand, production restrictions and a lack of support from overseas markets have all weighed on prices. The Kallanish KORE 62% Fe index slumped a record

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EU Steel Buyers Fear Higher Prices from Potential US Tariff Removal

With the summer slow period on its way out, the European market is looking onwards to a possible settlement of the Section 232 steel tariff dispute on November 1, which could restore the flexibility of vital trade routes between Europe and the US, compliant

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Stainless UK – Speeding forward in production and online

Stainless UK are proud to announce they have installed the first ever Esprit 10KW Fiber Laser Cutting Machine. The state of the art machine will sit alongside their existing 6kw Laser and will not only support them with the increased demand of their

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