Industry Updates
In 2011, the world crude steel production reached 1518 million tonnes (mt) and showed a growth of 6.2% over 2010.
China remained world's largest crude steel producer in 2011 (684 mt) followed by Japan (108 mt),USA (86.4 mt) and India (72.2 mt) at the 4th position.
The WSA has projected that global apparent steel use will increase by 3.6% to 1422 Mt in 2012, following growth of 5.6% in 2011. In 2013, it is forecasted that world steel demand will grow further by 4.5% to around 1486 Mt. China's apparent steel use is expected to increase by 4% in future. For India, growth in apparent steel use is expected to grow by 10% in future.
Per capita nished steel consumption in 2011 was around 215 kg for world and 460 kg for China.
• Excellent Responsive Event. Good Audience in IBNP. We got good response for targeted audience. Good marketing & branding done by ITEI.
Bijoyen Das, General Manager (Mktg.), Transformers & Rectifiers (India) Pvt. Ltd.

“MMMM Exhibition is a great platform for us and all the steel industry. We look forward to this exhibition everytime to showcase our new innovations and technology”
 Varun Jay Rana, Chief Executive , YOGIJI DIGI

“Impressive Exhibition. Have great interaction with clients”
Ajay Suneja, Chief General Manager - (Project & Equipment), Sinosteel India Private Limited

“Well organized show where we got the opportunity to meet our customers. Some Technical sessions were really informative..”
Sharat Chojar, Asst. Vice President (Marketing), Electrotherm (India) Ltd.

“Good Experience to come here. Nice Arrangement. Keep it up”
Kishore Magre, DGM – Mines, MOIL Limited

”Exhibition was upto the mark. Every facility was available. Staff was very co-operative. Keep it up”
Jaya Singh, Director - Palaeontology Division, Geological Survey of India

“It's a great show to meet in same segment people”
Rakesh Kumar, Key Account Manager - Essar Steel India Limited
“Thank you very much for this great exhibition. It was our first and best exhibition in India”
Zlotin Dmitriy, Commercial Director, Termo Nord Stream Ltd.
“It's been our first visit and taking part in a fair in India and we had a high lot of new contacts - very good platform for business.”
Frank Kramer, Engineering, Encon System Solutions
“Very well done performance. Highly qualified visitors.”
Stephan Herrmann, Managing Director, Encon System Solutions
“Great team, good synergy & timely execution makes ITEI a differentiator in the exhibition industry. Keep the good work on Roll !!”
Yogesh Karandikar, Managing Director, Siiddhey Instrumentation (OPC) Pvt. Ltd.
“Good Platform to Grow…”
Vibha Mishra, , MECON Limited
“Excellent Show. Good response and an opportunity to interact with prospect buyers. Certainly will participate in the next Edition.”
Jay Shah, Director - Sales & Marketing, Essential Power Transmission Pvt. Ltd.
“Our first participation and the experience has been good with footfalls. Overall a good experience and we are satisfied with our decision . Shall consider future participation as well. Well Organized, Keep up the Good Work !!!”
G. Jayakumar, Senior General Manager -, Seashell Logistics Pvt. Ltd.
“The experience here has been good. We did have quite good footfall in our stall from the industry intended for. Would like to participate again next time !”
Ashok Chowdhary, Director, Tristar Metallurgical Pvt. Ltd.
“Very well organized. Good Companies here with innovative solutions. Inauguration function very impressive. All aminities available, Much better than last edtion”
Siddharth, Corporate Communication, Steel Authority of India

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