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II International CIS Ferroalloys Markets Conference, September 19th 2016, Batumi, Georgia, Radisson Blu Hotel




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In terms of prices decline for all kinds of raw materials, prices for manganese ore and ferroalloys tend to bottom. In this regard understanding of worlds largest suppliers profitability and their work strategies is one of the most important issues of the industry. Herewith, unlike other raw materials, ferroalloys quotations on the world market are decreasing not so fast that leads to its costs share increasing in steel production cost structure.

A high level of competition predetermines markets structure changes, both global and regional ones, where commodity players crosscut. Outlook for metallurgical industry perspectives in major worlds regions will determine the points of demand growth and the hottest competition.

In 2015 CIS market is characterized by trade flows change. Russian producers concentrate increasingly on domestic supplies driving out import. In Ukraine bulk alloys share of import decreases even more rapidly but alloys producers focused on continuation of expansion to the neighboring countries markets. Herewith, an extremely high risk of Russian market total closure remains for Ukrainian manganese alloys supplies in case of anti-dumping duty introduction in Russia.

How steel producers will reduce production expenditures? Who will be able to offer the lowest price for ferroalloys? Where will Chinese metallurgy go and how it will affect the prices for manganese ore? Will be CIS producers able to displace import more and to increase supplies abroad, steadying production decline? What advantages will be on Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakhstan and Georgian producers sides?

II International CIS Ferroalloys Markets Conference will allow you to get the answers on these and many other questions, to discuss challenges and prospects of CIS, Europe and global ferroalloys markets, to meet key players and to learn experts opinions.


Preliminary Programme

Session 1. Completion of long term cycle in global raw materials markets. New challenges and opportunities for ferroalloys market
  • Consumption slowdown in China: an impact on global steel, raw materials and ferroalloys market
  • Iran returns implications to the world steel and raw materials market. Role and place of Iran on ferroalloys market
  • Trade wars intensifications. Protective and anti-dumping measures as a protectionism tool in the conditions of regional ferroalloys markets' poor performance
  • Ferroalloys consumption prospects. Current state and global steel markets development forecast

    Session 2. Russian ferroalloys market
  • Current state and prospects of consumption industry
  • Silicomanganese self-sufficient possibilities of EAEU countries. Capacities, ore supplies, logistics
  • Georgian exporters prospects as potentially powerful players on Russian manganese market. Suppliers and consumers opinion
  • Kazakhstan manganese alloys suppliers return on Russian market
  • Pros and cons of Russia Si and Cr alloys market monopolization. Opportunities and prospects of alternative suppliers to Russia

    Session 3. Ukrainian ferroalloys market
  • Ukraine mining and metals sector recovery. Problems of steel weak demand and metallurgists raw materials procurement
  • Ukraine manganese market consolidation. Benefits for suppliers, alternatives for consumers
  • Prospects for Ukrainian manganese alloys producers in back of Russian sales market loss

    Session 4. CIS ferroalloys export
  • European Mn alloys market imbalance. Threats and prospects of Ukrainian supplies
  • Turkish Mn and Si market competition. Opportunities and prospects for Russian and Ukraine exporters
  • Si and Cr alloys export prospects from Russia and Kazakhstan
  • Georgian SiMn on the world market

    Who should attend:

  • Ferroalloys producers and suppliers
  • Iron & steel mills
  • Logistics companies
  • Trading companies
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Processing and recycling companies
  • Energy saving services suppliers
  • Industry experts, consultants and analysts
  • Investment companies and banks

    For more details regarding the participation, sponsorship and speaking opportunities, please contact:

    Julia Sitnichenko
    Project Manager
    tel.: +38 056 375 79 09, ext. 477
    cell. +38095 744 79 69

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