World Scrap Metal Congress 2011 (WSMC)

Venue: Shanghai, China

Location: Shanghai, Shanghai, China, China

Event Date/Time: Nov 01, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 04, 2011
Registration Date: Nov 01, 2011
Early Registration Date: Sep 24, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Oct 15, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Oct 15, 2011
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Description

The World Scrap Metal Congress is the largest international conference in Asia where global scrap metal sellers and traders meet buyers from Asia and other emerging markets.

Back for its 7th successful year, World Scrap Metal Congress 2011 will not be a sentimental affair – it is back with a bang and is all about business, gaining competitive advantage and forward thinking. It is about the stakeholders. It is about trade. It is about economic conditions. It is about presenting a reliable platform for knowledge exchange and a face-to-face meeting platform to link international scrap metal sellers with buyers from Asian and other emerging markets.

Previous C-Level speakers include recyclers and traders such as TSR Recycling, Sims Metal Management, Shimabun Corporation, Lucky Group, China Metal Recycling, Sharif Metals to name but a few, as well as the leading buyers such as Tata Steel, Lihua International, Yunnan Copper, Baosteel, Trafigura, SAIL and many more. But business is about the new too. We recognise this and each year bring new and emerging market suppliers for you to meet.

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Shanghai, China
Shanghai
Shanghai, China
China
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Come to The World Scrap Metal Congress and learn: •From TSR Recycling on how to conduct business with the China market and its opportunities •From Ispat Industries Ltd on how India’s steel industry is moving out of China’s shadow •From the likes of Shimabun Corporation on how global events have impacted demand structures •On the role of emerging marketsuppliers •Cargill ferrous International on how to manage risk and choose the right trading strategy. You’ll come away with great new ideas to do better business.

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