Faggan Singh Kulaste to inaugurate India Steel 2023 in Mumbai
Event aimed at discussing latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the Steel Industry
The Union Ministry of Steel, in association with the Department of Commerce, Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry and industry chamber FICCI is organising India Steel 2023 – a conference and exhibition on the steel industry. It is set to take place from April 19-21, 2023, at the Mumbai Exhibition Centre in Goregaon, Mumbai. The event aims to bring together industry leaders, policymakers, and experts to discuss the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the steel industry.
The inaugural session of India Steel 2023 on April 19, 2023 will be addressed by Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste, Minister of State for Steel & Rural Development, Government of India; Shri Nagendra Nath Sinha, Secretary, Ministry of Steel; senior government officials and distinguished speakers including Mr Subhrakant Panda (President, FICCI) and Ms Soma Mondal (Chairperson, SAIL and Chair, FICCI Steel Committee) among others. During the event, an exhibition showcasing the latest products and innovations in the steel sector will also be held concurrently.
Over the course of the three days, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a series of informative sessions covering topics such as logistics infrastructure, demand dynamics, green steel production, and technology solutions for enhancing productivity and efficiency. The conference will also feature panel discussions and roundtable discussions with key stakeholders and decision-makers in the industry, offering unique insights and perspectives on the future of steel in India.
India Steel 2023 will feature a classified range of engaging sessions, covering topics such as “Augmentation of Enabling Logistics Infrastructure” “Demand Dynamics for Indian Steel Industry” “Sustainability Goals via Green Steel: Challenges and Way Forward” “Conducive Policy Framework & Key Enablers for Indian Steel” and “Technology Solutions for Enhancing Productivity & Efficiency”. Each session will facilitate in-depth discussions among industry leaders, government officials and experts, aiming to address the challenges and opportunities within the Indian steel sector. Furthermore, these sessions will provide a platform for stakeholders to exchange ideas, insights, and experiences, fostering collaboration and innovation for the industry’s future growth. India Steel 2023 will also host a series of roundtable discussion on key issues of the steel industry.
Union Minister of State for Steel, Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste will also inaugurate the exhibition, which will run concurrently, showcasing the latest products and innovations in the steel sector.
The India Steel 2023 exhibition will showcase advance technologies, products, and solutions from leading private sector organisations. Participants will have the opportunity to connect with top industry players such as SAIL, Tata Steel, JSW Steel, Jindal Steel & Power, AM/NS India, Mahindra & Mahindra, Welspun Corp, and L&T, Jindal Stainless among others. The exhibition will facilitate business networking and collaboration as well as offer a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends and innovations shaping the steel industry. This dynamic event will provide a unique platform for attendees to engage with industry leaders, gain insights into future growth prospects, and explore opportunities for collaboration in the rapidly evolving Indian steel landscape.
In addition, India Steel 2023 will host a series of engaging roundtable discussions to address key industry topics. The “PLI for Specialty Steel 2.0” roundtable will gather feedback and discuss the achievements of tranche 1 while exploring new sectors and products for tranche 2.
The “Raw Material Security and Low-Grade Iron Ore Utilization” roundtable will focus on iron ore beneficiation and addressing raw material challenges, including price fluctuations. “Increasing Steel Usage in Construction Sector” will bring together industry experts to discuss evolving steel requirements and showcase plans for enhancing steel consumption in the sector.
The “Steel Industry Round Table with International Buyers” aims to explore collaboration opportunities, understand requirements, and showcase Indian steel capabilities. Lastly, the “Circular Economy & By-Product Utilization in Steel Industry” roundtable will delve into utilizing by-products generated in steelmaking, exploring technology interventions, and promoting usage across potential sectors.
For more information on India Steel 2023 and to register for the event, please visit www.indiasteelexpo.in