Increase in Stainless Production Forecast

June 2006
Metal Center News;Jun2006, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p96
Trade Publication
The article reports on the significant increase of stainless steel production in 2006 reversing the downturn in 2005. The projections were released by the International Stainless Steel during the ISSF-10 Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. The ISSF officials have projected a growth rate of 8.6 percent to 26.4 million tons on 2006 across all four stainless regions which includes Americas, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe and Asia.


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