-04 November 2023
Steel bars are a fundamental component of construction, known for their exceptional strength and durability. In this article, we will delve into why steel bars have a long lifespan in construction projects. We will explore their inherent strength, resistance to environmental factors, and the quality control measures implemented during their manufacturing process.
-26 October 2023
India's steel industry is poised for robust growth in the coming years, primarily fueled by increased government spending on infrastructure development. With the Indian government emphasizing large-scale projects and initiatives, such as the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) and the Make in India campaign, the demand for steel is projected to witness a substantial upswing. This article explores the factors driving the anticipated 7-8% growth in India's steel consumption and highlights the potential implications for the industry.
-20 October 2023
In a recent development, major stainless steel producers in India have made a notable decision to slightly reduce the prices of their products. This move is likely to have a significant impact on the stainless steel market in the country. This article delves into the value and content surrounding this price reduction by highlighting the reasons behind it, its potential implications for the industry, and the factors that may have influenced this decision.
-12 October 2023
Chemical processing and engineering are required fields that have contributed significantly to the development and growth of modern society. From producing essential consumer goods to manufacturing lifesaving drugs, these fields have been at the forefront of innovation and technological advancement. In recent years, significant advances in chemical processing and engineering have revolutionized these industries. Here, we will explore the latest trends and breakthroughs in these fields.
-05 October 2023
The local supply of raw materials such as iron ore and cost-effective labor has fueled development in the Indian steel industry. As a result, the steel industry has been a significant provider of India's industrial output. The Indian steel sector is cutting-edge, with state-of-the-art steel factories.
-28 September 2023
Scrap prices are so high because scrap is in far higher demand than lead, for example, and the prices reflect that. Prices are also determined by how much steel is already on the market - if nations or corporations have large amounts of scrap steel stockpiled, they will not pay as much for it. Prices will rise if it is scarce.
-16 February 2023
The steel industry has experienced significant changes in recent years and will face various disruptive elements in the future. The increased investment in infrastructure, housing, and logistics, as well as the emphasis on green energy, are favourable for the cement and steel industries. The steel industries have benefited from the Rs 10 trillion infrastructure fund allocated in the Union Budget for 2023-24.
-10 February 2023
There are issues with the circular economy framework related to the concept's feasibility. The framework's central idea is the elimination of waste. The most significant ones are a lack of financial resources, knowledge gaps, and a lack of urgency. All industry players must work together to get beyond these obstacles and advance with decarbonization. The circular economy is essential for protecting the environment and developing a system of incentives to promote electronic recycling goods.
There would be yearly advantages for India implementing a circular economy.
-03 February 2023
The steel sector is responsible for 7% of the nation's greenhouse gas emissions and 2% of the GDP. With expanded production to fulfill local and international demand, the present annual carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the steel industry are predicted to grow from 242 Mt to double by 2030 and treble by 2050. Decarbonizing the steel industry is significant from the standpoint of the global regulatory environment that is now developing.
-27 January 2023
The construction industry is one of India's most intense competitors, with a compound annual growth rate of 10% by 2027. We will be the world's third-largest construction market by 2025. The construction sector alone accounts for 9% of India's GDP, making it the second largest industry after agriculture. The Indian construction industry has faced significant challenges and successes due to central sector programs, new reforms, and foreign direct investments.