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ArcelorMittal December 2020

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voda
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BaoSteel Names High Strength HDG Steel as X-GPa

Baosteel has named the ultra high strength steel for automobiles with a tensile strength above 1000MPa as X-GPa. The recent successful production of the ultra high strength and high plasticity multiphase cold and hot dip galvanized steel 1180CH not only added a new powerful player in the X-GPa series, it also marks that Baosteel has become a global enterprise capable of manufacturing the highest-strength hot dip galvanized CH steel.

As a new star member of the multiphase steel family, high plasticity multiphase steel CH steel has kept the excellent reaming and flanging performance of traditional multiphase steel CP steel and further improved the drawing property of the product.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
voda
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US Finished Steel Imports in 11 Months Down 25% YoY

Based on preliminary Census Bureau data, the American Iron and Steel Institute reported that the US imported a total of 1,370,000 net tons of steel in November 2020, including 1,181,000 net tons of finished steel down 9.2% and 5.5%, respectively, vs October final data. Through the first eleven months of 2020, total and finished steel imports are 20,526,000 net tons and 14,799,000 net tons, down 22.1% and 24.9%, respectively, vs. the same period in 2019. Annualized total and finished steel imports in 2020 would be 22.4 and 16.1 million net tons, down 19.8% and 23.3%, respectively, vs. 2019.

Finished steel import market share was an estimated 17% in November and is estimated at 18% over the first eleven months of 2020.

Key finished steel products with a significant increase in imports in November compared to October are tin plate (up 43%), standard pipe (up 27%), wire rods (up 21%) and sheets and strip all other metallic coatings (up 19%).

Source - Strategic Research Institute
voda
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Kirloskar Ferrous Acquires VSL Steel's Pig Iron Plant

Kirloskar Industries’s listed material subsidiary Kirloskar Ferrous Industries has completed the acquisition of movable and immovable assets relating to the pig iron plant of VSL Steel situated at Paramenahally Village in Hiriyur in Chitradurga District in Karnataka.

Kirloskar Ferrous Industries is in process to renovate those assets and to obtain necessary approvals, permissions & licenses from statutory & government authorities for commencement of operations.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
voda
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Mr Frank Koch is New CEO of Swiss Steel Group

The Board of Directors of Swiss Steel Group, a global leader in special long steel, has appointed Mr Frank Koch as Chief Executive Officer of the Group effective January 1, 2022 at the latest. Mr Koch, 48, has successfully managed and restructured the long-established German steel producer GMH Group (Georgsmarienhütte) as CEO for the last three years, having already been a member of the Group Executive Board there as CSO/Logistics and COO from 2008. Frank Koch began his career in 1991 with an apprenticeship in industrial general administration in the steel division of ThyssenKrupp. While holding various positions in the ThyssenKrupp Group, he was also working for the first time at Deutsche Edelstahlwerke, a subsidiary of the Swiss Steel Group, before becoming responsible for strategy and sales at leading Italian steel producer Danieli from 2004 to 2006. In 2006 he returned to Deutsche Edelstahlwerke, where he was also responsible for sales and strategy until 2007.

Now that key milestones in the realignment of the Swiss Steel Group have been reached, the current CEO Mr Clemens Iller has decided to leave the company, thus also enabling a fresh start for the management of the Group.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
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Simec to Expand Melt Shop in Brazil

Bnamericas reported that Mexican steelmaker Grupo Simec unveiled a plan to invest USD 50 million in the expansion and modernization of its Brazilian operations. The investment plan was presented during an online meeting between state governor Renato Casagrande and Simec’s CEO in Brazil Mt Jaime Moncada Ramos. Mr Moncada said “The USD 50 million will be invested in expanding the melt shop and modernizing the rolling mill. The investment will increase the group's production capacity in Brazil to 1.3 million tonnes per year of crude steel, in the form of billets, and to 1,050 million tonnes per year of rolled products.”

In 2018, Simec acquired two Brazilian plants from ArcelorMittal, in Cariacica and Itauna.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
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TMK Expands Cooperation with Uzbekneftegaz

Russian Pipe Metallurgical Company TMK has agreed to expand cooperation with the largest company in the oil and gas sector of Uzbekistan JSC Uzbekneftegaz. The parties are discussing the joint implementation of projects for the development of the oil and gas industry of the Republic of Uzbekistan and scientific and technical cooperation.

The agreement was reached following the results of negotiations that took place in Moscow during the visit of partners from Uzbekistan. The TMK delegation was headed by the company's General Director Igor Korytko, from the Uzbek side the meeting was attended by the Chairman of the Management Board of JSC Uzbekneftegaz Mehriddin Abdullaev.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
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Siam Tinplate Becomes Nippon Steel Subsidiary

Nippon Steel, Sumitomo Corporation, Metal One Corporation, and other existing shareholders have agreed towards having Nippon Steel acquire shares of other existing shareholders by around February 2021. With this, Siam Tinplate Co Ltd will become a consolidated subsidiary of Nippon Steel. Thailand is a base for food can exports to many countries, and the demand for tinplate is expected to continue. With the consolidation of STP, Nippon Steel will reinforce its management foundation consistent with NS-Siam United Steel Co Ltd, which is a manufacturing base for black plates.

Company name - Siam Tinplate Co Ltd

Business description - Manufacturing and sales of tinplate and tin free steel

Location - Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate, Rayong, Thailand

Establishment - August 1988

Commercial Production - February 1992

Tinplate Lines - 140 thousand tonne per year

Tin Free Steel Lines - 120 thousand tonnes per year

Source - Strategic Research Institute
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JFE Corrosion Resistant Steels for Cargo Oil Tanks

Crude oil is a complex mixture of substances at varying ratios and in most cases contains at least some salt water. Even after desalination some of this brine remains dissolved in the crude and gradually sinks to the bottom of the cargo oil tank during transport. The corrosive nature of salt, along with microorganisms and other aggressive substances contained in the cargo oil, causes rust, most notably in the form of pitting, which are cavities in the steel that deepen over time. While in the single-hull tankers of the past the cooling effect of the seawater slowed down bacterial growth by keeping the cargo relatively cool, the double hull of compliant modern tankers insulates the cargo from the low temperature of the seawater. As a result, the cargo stays relatively warm, providing ideal conditions for corrosion-causing microorganisms to thrive. Pitting therefore progresses rapidly on an unprotected tank bottom, weakening the metal and risking cargo loss, structural damage and environmental pollution.

These well known facts prompted three Japanese steel manufacturers JFE Steel Corporation, Nippon Steel Corporation and Kobe Steel Ltd to submit a proposal to IMO to accept the use of corrosion-resistant steels as an alternative method of preventing corrosion in crude oil tanks. Following thorough discussion, IMO issued its new Performance Standard for Alternative Means of Corrosion Protection for Cargo Oil Tanks of Crude Oil Tanker' as an extension of the Performance Standards for Protective Coatings in 2010.

Research performed over a ten year period by JFE Steel Corporation in a crude oil tanker delivered in 2008 confirmed that the corrosion-resistant steel dramatically reduced both pitting corrosion and general surface corrosion compared to uncoated conventional steel. Various other vessels featuring cargo tanks fitted with these advanced steels have been in operation since the new IMO PSPC standard came into effect and have demonstrated vastly improved corrosion resistance. The technology can thus be considered as validated.

DNV GL has since revised its relevant ship construction rules to incorporate corrosion-resistant steels for cargo tanks, and recently added the new classifier to its existing corrosion protection class notation. Announced in July 2020, the new notation COAT-PSPC(CA) confirms a ship’s compliance with the corrosion protection requirements for cargo oil tanks of crude oil tankers, by application of approved corrosion-resistant steel grades in one of the following areas of a cargo tank:

a) Lower surface of the strength deck and surrounding structures (RCU)

b) Upper surface of the inner bottom plating and surrounding structures (RCB)

c) Both the strength deck and the inner bottom plating (RCW)

Besides using the approved steel grades, the notation also implies the use of appropriate, approved welding consumables to join the plates. Compliance with both requirements must be substantiated by submitting specific documentation. The class notation will enter into force six months after publication of the rules, i.e. in January 2021.

Source - Strategic Research Institute
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mvliex 1
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Volgens mij heeft voda een vrije dag!
;-))

Van de 6.652 gegeven aanbevelingen zijn er zeker 30% naar hem gegaan. Voda, dank je wel.
Service
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voda
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mvliex 1 schreef op 29 december 2020 17:19:


Volgens mij heeft voda een vrije dag!
;-))

Van de 6.652 gegeven aanbevelingen zijn er zeker 30% naar hem gegaan. Voda, dank je wel.


Helemaal TOP hoor. Ik ben je eeuwig dankbaar.
CallofPut
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Toch tevreden met de afsluiter, koers lijkt zich mooi te stabiliseren. Wat denken jullie?
mvliex 1
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voda schreef op 29 december 2020 17:27:


[...]
Helemaal TOP hoor. Ik ben je eeuwig dankbaar.
Niet nodig, gewoon verdiend! Persoonlijk verklaar ik je voor gek dat je er zoveel tijd aan besteedt maar dat weet je. Een AB is dan wel het minste wat ik kan doen.
Archie Steelman
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Met een slotstand na eindveiling op 18,966 is er een licht rode stand verschenen, maar toch niet gek als je beziet dat de bandbreedte waarin Arcelor zich vandaag begaf was gelegen tussen de 19,246 (hoog) en de 18,70 (laag). Ten opzichte van gisteren is het verlies een kleine 10 cent.
Arcelor ging mee met de lagere standen bij Shell en de banken.
Nog twee dagen te gaan en het beursjaar 2020 zit er weer op.
Morgen weer omhoog?
We gaan het bekijken
Prettige avond
voda
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Beursupdate: AEX op Wall Street

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Op Wall Street zijn dinsdag twee van de negen AEX-genoteerde fondsen ten opzichte van het slot in Amsterdam hoger gesloten. Unilever was met een winst van 0,3 procent de sterkste stijger. Aegon was met een verlies van 2,5 procent de sterkste daler.

Aegon (-2,5%)
ArcelorMittal (-0,4%)
ASML (-0,7%)
Galapagos (+0,2%)
ING Groep (-1,2%)
Philips (-0,4%)
RELX (-0,5%)
Royal Dutch Shell (-0,9%)
Unilever (+0,3%)

Euro/dollar: 1,2252

Op basis van de bovenstaande koersuitslagen zou de AEX index, die sloot op 629,14 punten, zijn geëindigd op 626,63 punten.

Door: ABM Financial News.
info@abmfn.nl
Redactie: +31(0)20 26 28 999

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Archie Steelman
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Terugkomend van een rode18,830 vanmorgen vroeg naar een groene stand nu op 19.044 brengt Arcelor zich in de kopgroep (6e plaats) van de AEX. Klaar voor de eindsprint morgen.
UpandDown
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Wie o Wie zal winnen..............

Max2. € 22,10
Spetter € 20,95
Irikk. € 19,67
UpandDown: €19,35
Ndeugniet € 19,21
Janneman. €19,13
Against all odes. €19,03
Mountainlion: € 18,88
JeffersonNL € 18,01
Robo23. € 17,85
GRRRRR. €17,77
Largo33 €17,53
Ramp: €17,24
Archie Steelman € 17,18
Aandeeltje!: € 17.12
LION: € 17,05
Whoopaaaatje: € 16,91
Stokely: €16,50
Smurf € 6
Archie Steelman
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UpandDown schreef op 30 december 2020 12:39:


Wie o Wie zal winnen..............

Max2. € 22,10
Spetter € 20,95
Irikk. € 19,67
UpandDown: €19,35
Ndeugniet € 19,21
Janneman. €19,13
Against all odes. €19,03
Mountainlion: € 18,88
JeffersonNL € 18,01
Robo23. € 17,85
GRRRRR. €17,77
Largo33 €17,53
Ramp: €17,24
Archie Steelman € 17,18
Aandeeltje!: € 17.12
LION: € 17,05
Whoopaaaatje: € 16,91
Stokely: €16,50
Smurf € 6
Je maakt een goede kans UpandDown. Ik ben blij dat ik verlies.
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