Global Steel 2011 (GS2011)
Venue: Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi
|Event Date/Time: Jan 16, 2011||End Date/Time: Jan 18, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2010|
Paving the Boulevard of â€œThe Great Indian Steel Dreamâ€
After a resounding success and enthusiastic response to Global Steel 2010, Gujarat NRE and The Economic Times present Global Steel 2011 from 16 to 18 January 2010 in New Delhi. Global Steel 2010 in Goa had participation of over 200 delegates from India and 15 countries. The event supported by Ministry of Steel, Government of India and Austrade deliberated on Indian steel industryâ€™s response to the changing world order as the world recovered from the crisis. Team Orissa, was the Partner State for the event and presented before the steel captains the opportunity the State provide in the steel arena.
Global Steel 2010 deliberated on the road map for India to achieve the steel vision of achieving 300 million tonnes of steel by 2020. The analysts were unanimous in their belief that India can cross 100 MT mark by 2015 and 200 MT by 2020. The best of minds across the world dwelled on various topics to work towards a common goal â€“ making steel sinews for the Nation on a growth trajectory.
Global Steel 2010 was an invigorating experience for India to have closer ties and better trade prospects with a number of countries â€“ particularly Australia, the nation having the potential to meet Indiaâ€™s raw material needs to fuel our steel dreams.
The evenings had their share of entertainment along with networking opportunities. A fashion show that heightened the mood saw beautiful models walk scorching the ramp through the different stages of steel making.
The pundits are unequivocal to the fact that this decade belongs to India. Indian growth would be led by increased consumption and expenditure in infrastructure, housing, coupled with the growing middle class. The economic activity would surely propel a huge demand of steel in India. The challenge is to have both ends meet: increasing production in line with the growing demand.
Global Steel 2011 is being organized to address the challenges before the Indian Steel industry. The conference would analyse the Indian Steel millsâ€™ proposed expansion plans and discover how supporting logistics and infrastructure networks are preparing themselves. One of the prime focus this year would be raw material security. Increasing price of raw materials like coking coal and iron ore and scarce supply world wide has become one of the key concerns of steel makers around the world. Global Steel 2011 would analyse the global trend, also the effect of China which is a dominant force in the steel spectrum, supply and demand dynamics, to chart a clear strategy for Indiaâ€™s steel vision. International experts and captains of Indian and foreign steel industry would debate and deliberate in paving the boulevard of â€œThe Great Indian Steel Dreamâ€. The conference would also have government, industry and thinkers look for a solution to the problems faced in setting up Greenfield projects in the country along with a sustainable development plan.
Profile of Participants at Global Steel 2011
Major Steel Producers
Prime, Secondary and Tertiary Sector Manufacturers
Representative of manufacturers / producers of vital raw materials
Processors / Technology suppliers
Major steel consumers â€“ Auto and auto ancillary producers, construction, shipping, transport and infrastructure companies
Major producers of raw materials to the steel industry, Coking Coal, Iron Ore, Ferroalloys
Non renewable energy suppliers like wind / solar firms
Project and Finance consultants
Bankers / Fund managers
Consultants and Research Analysts
Entrepreneurs looking for new ventures, diversification opportunities / joint ventures, dealers / end users, leading consultants and nodal agencies would enrich the proceedings with their participation and knowledge.
International delegates and merchant bankers from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, UK, Belgium, USA, Brazil, Ukraine and China are regular participants in all past conferences.
There will be a concurrent exposition providing an ideal platform for networking and formal and informal discussions, problem solving and business development. It would showcase new steel making equipment, technology and services to the Mining Industry and other target markets.
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