Tehran, YJC. -- On 22 September 2013, the seminar of Iran Steel Market, Benefits, Challenges and Perspectives was held in the economics faculty of Allameh Tabatabaiee University with planning and collaboration of Iran Mercantile Exchange and Metal Bulletin with the target of familiarizing the active brokers, market participants and academics focusing on different aspects of steel industries such as production cycle, steel trade solutions.
According to the report from IME international affairs and PR, this seminar was highly welcomed by active brokers, market participants and academics. Iron ore, Iran steel production capacity, production of concentrate, pig iron ore, crude steel production and development plans for acquiring a better production capacity and quality were the most important topics in this seminar.
Metal Bulletin was first introduced in 1913. Its mission then, as it is now, was to provide must-have timely information, including price indications, for the global non-ferrous metals and steel markets. Over the years, Metal Bulletin became established as the bible for the world's metals and steel trading communities.
Iran Mercantile Exchange is the premium venue for each single part of steel industry and whoever involves in this business that can enjoy from securing the offering, supply and financing the trades in both local and export trades. Iron ore, re-bar, i-beam, billet are the main products which are desirable for local producers and buyers of both local and international markets. IME trade statistics, in metals and minerals shows that this trading ring activities form the lion share of the total market for this exchange regarding both in value and volume.