Emirates Steel, the only integrated steel plant in the UAE and a subsidiary of the General Holding Corporation (SENAAT), is participating in the First Saudi International Iron & Steel Conference, of which it is its Rhodium Sponsor.
The conference, which runs from September 16 to 18, will bring leaders of the iron and steel sector in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region together to discuss both the current state of the Middle East steel market, alongside focusing on opportunities for future growth within the sector.
At the three-day event, Emirates Steel will be showcasing its extensive range of products to customers from across the GCC.
The conference will also highlight ways to cooperate with decision makers to support the iron and steel industry in the Gulf countries, where steel production capacity has increased to about 17 million tons by the end of 2018, and is expected to reach 19 million tons by the end of 2020.
CEO Engineer Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi said: "At Emirates Steel, we are excited to participate in this conference, and meet steel manufacturers from across the region. We are proud to be a Rhodium Sponsor of this event, which provides opportunities for the sector to discuss its current status and is particularly pertinent given the current conditions of the global steel market."
"This conference is an excellent opportunity for us to discuss the needs of customers in the GCC region, alongside the outlook for regional steel demand and new innovations in steel production. In addition, this conference will allow us to shed light on the importance of having trade protection measures to support local producers and protect the national steel industry," he added.
During the first Saudi International Iron and Steel conference, Emirates Steel will be meeting industry leaders and providing insight on the regional steel sector.
Its pavilion at the conference will allow participants to see the range and quality of Emirates Steel’s products, which have been used in the construction numerous high-profile projects, including the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi.-TradeArabia News Service