Having published its market-leading trade weekly for 20 years, Roskill Pariser has relaunched its Weekly Fax Service. The new-look Stainless Steel & Alloys Weekly provides in-depth coverage of the markets for stainless steel, stainless steel scrap, nickel and chromium. As of 2018, molybdenum statistics are also included.
Each edition includes an up-to-date commentary of the major developments in the market, as well as an extensive appendix covering statistics on prices and trade.
Stainless Steel & Alloys Weekly is essential reading for industry participants requiring regular, detailed analysis and statistics for the production and trade of stainless steel and its raw materials. The new-look publication is delivered via our new online interactive platform, Roskill Interactive.
Stainless Steel market growth has outpaced lead, copper, zinc, aluminium and carbon steel markets over the past three decades. China has been the main driver behind recent market growth. The country’s breakneck industrialisation rate has driven domestic stainless steel demand and spurred increases in domestic production capacity that have also made China a significant exporter of hot and cold-rolled stainless steel. The sheer size of China’s export market has caused other producing countries to impose trade protection measures.
Stainless Steel Scrap is an opaque market, but decades of experience have allowed Roskill Pariser to assemble a solid knowledge base on the market. Trends in the use, availability and price of stainless steel scrap are of immediate importance to producers of stainless steel mills, as well as suppliers of raw materials, whose material may compete with secondary feedstocks.
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