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Interviews

For our magazine publications Stainless Steel World Magazine and SSWNews we regularly interview endusers, fabricators and suppliers of stainless steels on their involvement and experiences with corrosion resistant alloys. A selection of these interviews can be found below.

Arcelor CEO believes that he can fend off Mittal

Arcelor SA still believes it can fend off the Mittal Steel Co. NV takeover bid, but does see the need for consolidation in the steel industry, CEO Mr Guy Dolle said according to the press release of an interview to appear in Die Welt.

Arcelor CEO gives no chance to Mittal Steel bid

Arcelor will succeed in fighting off Mittal Steel's USD 23 billion hostile takeover bid Arcelor's Deputy CEO said 24 February 2006.

India chides Europe on view of Mittal bid

India’s trade minister on 10 February criticized European governments opposing a bid by Mittal Steel for European steelmaker Arcelor, warning their stance could derail global trade talks and saying their resistance smacked of racism.

Mittal hopes to close Arcelor buy in Q2

It has been reported in a Belgian newspaper that Mr LN Mittal said he hoped to close Mittal Steel’s purchase of Arcelor "well before" the end of the second quarter.

Arcelor close to unveiling China project

Arcelor is close to announcing a project in China that it hopes will help convince its shareholders that it has a global growth strategy that offers its shareholders a superior proposition to Mittal Steel.

Tong Herr Resources to set up plant in Thailand

Tong Herr Resources Bhd, a manufacturer of stainless-steel fasteners, is allocating about USD 5.5 million for the setting up of a plant in Thailand this year.

Shell GTL plant in Qatar

Royal Dutch/Shell Group has signed a USD 5 billion plan to tap Qatar's North natural gas field and convert its output into a range of motor fuels.

Stainless sector growing faster

"World-wide the growth in stainless steel sector is coming from consumer goods," stainless steel analyst Markus A. Moll, said in a recent interview on the website jpcindiansteel.org.

49th Chem Show attracts thousands to New York

Despite the troubled economy and the 11 September terrorist attacks, the 2001 Chem Show attracted close to 16,000 CPI professionals (some 10,000 registered attendees and over 6,000 exhibitor personnel) to its 49th exposition and conference on 23–25 October in the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York.

CHEM SHOW attracts thousands

The 2001 CHEM SHOW attracted close to 16,000 CPI professionals (some 10,000 registered attendees and over 6,000 exhibitor personnel) to its 49th exposition and conference on 23–25 October in the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City.
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