Meet scrap professionals:
||30+ expert speakers|
||20+ international exhibitors|
||550+ buyers & suppliers|
||10+ hours of networking|
||attendance from 30+ countries|
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Scrap conference agenda
CTN Centre invites you to attend 8th Scrap Metals Market on 16-17 February 2012 - the largest international conference on ferrous and non-ferrous scrap in Europe.
During the conference the participants will receive the latest information on the prices, volumes, and main trends of the scrap metals markets.
Key issues to discuss:
- Analysis and forecast: ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metals.
- Correlation with other raw materials markets: oil, coke, and iron ore.
- Overview of finished products Global market.
- Markets monitoring by regions: Russia (by Federal districts), Ukraine, Kazakhstan, South East Asia, China, India, EU, Turkey, Middle East, Africa, USA.
- Sea and railway shipments.
- Scrap procurement and recycling business efficiency.
- Scrap procurement sector upgrade.
- Presentations of scrap processing equipment.
The conference is taking place at the Radisson Blu Slavyanskaya Hotel in Moscow.
OVER 450 PARTICIPANTS ARE ATTENDING
MEET SCRAP BUYERS & SUPPLIERS
Global economy including metallurgy is slowly overcoming the crisis.
Scrap stockpiles at steel mills are gradually being run down, which means that the prices will go up.
Actually, the increase has already started.
Once a shortage occurs, the prices will boost at once!
Russian scrap processing industry recently was one of the world biggest importers.
However, orders number decrease during the crisis forced several companies to leave the industry.
Scrap export from Russia dropped by 60% in 2011, domestic scrap collecting reduced by 40%.
In 2012 the situation is likely to change: Russian scrap will go for export again!
And there are some premises for it as follows.
- Lots of modernized and newly built electric arc furnaces in Russia, which are fed by scrap only are not likely to be fully loaded in 2010.
- Domestic construction sector has a weak perspective to boost this year.
- International demand for steel, especially long products, which was recently giving some hints to improve, may not meet the expectations.
- Regular payments delays by local scrap consumers make overseas buyers more attractive.
This forces Russian suppliers to optimize their scrap and cash flows, including overseas sales.
It is very important today for both exporters from Russia and importers from other countries to meet their peers and customers to discuss current situation in the market and to conclude agreements.
The 8th Scrap Market conference provides such an opportunity!
This event also welcomes scrap handling and processing equipment suppliers, who will meet there Russian companies interested in new offers in this market.
200 thousand cars are planned to be recycled in 2012 according to new state car recycling program which has started in Russia in March 2011.
Car recycling yards need new equipment and the conference is a right time and place for the suppliers to present themselves in Russia.
Benefits of attending
||HEAR valuable presentations from 30 plus expert speakers.|
||GAIN valuable insight into future supply and demand trends of scrap from key players.|
||ANALYSE price forecast, competition, technology and latest developments.|
||GET answers to your questions from key industry stakeholders in interactive discussions.|
||INCREASE competitive advantage by establishing your presence within the market.|
||DEVELOP your business network - form key alliances and partnerships.|
||PROMOTE your company's brand, products & services by exhibiting or sponsoring.|
|By industry type:
- Metal manufacturers
- Metal recyclers / processors
- Electronics scrap processors
- Scrap metal importers/ exporters/ traders
- Raw materials suppliers
- Metal distributors / agents
- Industry analysts, researchers and consultants
- Investment banks
- Metal Exchanges
- Equipment & new technology suppliers
- Financial and legal professionals specializing in metal industry
- Government solid waste officials
- Electronics manufacturers
- Generators of e-scrap
- End users of recovered materials
- Recycling business managers
- Waste haulers
- Environmental organizations
- Metal industry investors & financiers
|By job title:|
- CEOs / CFO / CIO
- Presidents/ MDs
- VPs / GMs
- Head of Operations
- Head of Manufacturing
- Head of Import / Export
- Head of Business Development
- Head of Scrap / Raw Material / Procurement
- Head of R&D
- Head of Recycling / Recycling Solutions
- Head of Purchasing
- Head of Investment
- Business Development Directors
- Marketing & Sales Directors
- Finance Directors
- Analysts / Consultants
- Project Financiers
- Commodities Investors
Al Ghurair Iron & Steel L.L.C. (Dubai, UAE), Abu Bucker Husain, CEO
BIR, Ildar Neverov, Representative in Eastern Europe
CELL-DATA International SRL (Italy), Fabio Di Folco, Managing Director
Credinform, Informational agency, CJSC (Russia), Valery Skobelev, Head of Analytical Dept.
EvrazHolding, Managing Company (Russia), Chief Analyst of Strategic Planning Department
Vtorchermet NLMK, Ltd. (Russia), Alexander Korotaev, CEO
Gemini Corporation (Belgium), Ved Prakash Lata, Head of Steel
International Ship Recycling Association (Netherlands), Arjen Uytendaal, Director
IRMITA-CONSULT (Russia), Yuriy Kirillov, Head of Expert and Analytical Department
Istanbul Mineral and Metals Exporters' Association (IMMIB) (Turkey), Ugur Dalbeler, Member of Board
Keramet (Ukraine), Vladimir Bubley, CEO
OMK-EcoMetal Limited (Russia), Andrey Merzlyakov, CEO
OMK-Steel, JSC (Russia), Alexander Sidorin, Director for Business Development
Platts Metals Group (UK), Francis Browne, Director Market Reporting
Podyemnye Mashiny holding (Russia), Nikolay Sidorenkov, CEO
R.S. Platou ASA (Norway), Grunde Fjeldheim, Freight Department
Recyclable Resources Association (Russia), Alexey Shevtsov, Executive Director
Renaissance Capital (Russia), Boris Krasnozhenov, Vice President
Rusmet (Russia), Vadim Grinberg,
Rusmet (Russia), Victor Tarnavsky, Senior Analyst
SibVtorMet (Russia), Concern, Valdimir Neyaskin, President
The Shredder Co., LLC (USA), Scott Newell, CEO&Chairman
Trimet (Germany), Alexey Alipchenko, Head of Rep. Office in CIS, Central Asia, and Baltic countries
TUDAM (Scrap recycling association of Turkey), Seradr Aydin, General Secretary
UralMetCom, Ltd. (Russia), Alexey Chizhikov, Deputy Commercial Director
Vtormet Industrial Company (Russia), Yuriy Vrorntsov, Deputy Director
Vtormet, CJSC (Russia), Nikolay Kaaraush, Director
NLMK-Sort, Ltd. (Russia), Alexander Buraev, CEO