4th Steel Wonder of the World

Venue: Dubai

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Date/Time: Apr 20, 2008 End Date/Time: Apr 22, 2008
Report as Spam


Our Metals invites you to attend 4th "Steel Wonder of the World" conference, which will examine in details the latest regional developments and outlook for the steel and cement markets as well as opportunities for the construction industry.

The increasing cost of building materials may have serious implications for real estate sector in the Middle East and North Africa.
Cement and steel make up 30% of construction costs, which means a great loss for all projects at present time.
Rising costs could also force investors and developers to look to other countries for business opportunities.

The choice of Dubai as a place for holding the conference is stipulated by UAE leading role in the regional construction industry.

Aim of the conference
The aim of the conference is to help participants to find new partners, establish long-term business relations and to learn about the future direction of the industry.
This conference brings together an expert panel of speakers from around the globe to present papers regarding a number of different fields and important topics.

  • Steel producers and market outlook

  • Steel consumption industries outlook

  • Raw materials for regional steel industry

  • Cement producers and market outlook

  • The energy industry in the region

  • New opportunities in cement and steel business

  • Developer’s view on building material market

  • Issues of the day for regional construction

Do not miss a unique opportunity to gain direct business contacts with over 450 buyers and suppliers from Middle Eastern, CIS, Chinese, Japanese Companies and State Authorities in the city of the future.
The conference will be translated in 4 languages: English, Russian, Arabic and Chinese and will also include 2 field trips.

Who should attend:

  • Steel, scrap, cement and tube & pipe producers, traders, distributors and wholesalers;

  • Companies involved in the production of building materials;

  • Raw-materials manufactures;

  • Regional developers and contractors;

  • Logistics & shipping companies;

  • Quality inspection & standards providers;

  • Service centres & warehouses;

  • Consultants & financial institutions.