Steel production capacity in South Asia by country (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) and by equipment
- Indian state-owned Steel Authority of India (SAIL) called for expression of interest from International and local companies for the sale of its Alloy Steel Plant located at Durgapur, West Bengal.
- Indian Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh told media that Japanese and South Korean steel companies are showing interest in investing in the Indian steel industry. The news is also in circulation that Posco and Hyundai Steel are exploring investment possibilities in value-added steel products in India. However, it is likely that Japanese and Korean steelmakers would prefer joint ventures with states own steel products such as SAIL.
- Bangladesh steel production capacity by plant and equipment
- India steel production capacity by plant and equipment
- Nepal steel production capacity by plant and equipment
- Pakistan steel production capacity by plant and equipment
- Sri Lanka steel production capacity by plant and equipment
Capacity by countries, by plants and by equipment
Ironmaking and steelmaking capacity in South Asia
- Blast furnace
- Total liquid Steel
Semi-finished (crude steel) steel production capacity in South Asia
- Total semi-finished steel
Long steel production capacity in South Asia
- Wire rod
- Merchant bar
- Total long products
Flats steel production capacity in South Asia
- Hot-rolled Coil
- Cold-rolled Coil
- Total flat products
Coated steel production capacity in South Asia
- Electro galvanised/Hot-dip galvanised
- Colour Coating
- Total coated products
Why should you consult this product?
- Full coverage of steel production capacity by plant and by equipment types
- Covering 200 plants in the region
- Detailed capacity segmentation by around 20 equipment by plant
- Information about the future planned capacity
- All data is available in excel and ready for customised analysis
Who should buy this product?
- Steel producers
- Steel service centre, distributors and traders
- Suppliers of raw materials such as iron ore, metallurgical coal, scrap and, ferroalloys
- End users of flat steel such as automotive, construction and packaging
- Suppliers of equipment and machinery
- Financial institutions
- Government bodies
Why our analyses are robust and authoritative?
- We constantly consult key stakeholders in the industry and incorporate their views into our analysis.
- We are completely independent and represent our own views.
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