STEEL SECTOR               PRESENTED BY:               Swagata sengupta               Priyanka goswami               Rupes...
INTRODUCTION Steel is crucial to the development of any modern  economy and is considered to be the backbone of  human ci...
Segments of steel        STEEL SECTOR   3
HISTORY  Source: IISI          Stages in Global Production of Steel                 STEEL SECTOR                    4
Crude steel production  (in million tonnes)                     RUSSIA, 68.7   INDIA, 72.2  UNITEDSTATES, 86.2  JAPAN, 107...
OUTLOOK Indian Steel Co. acquiring stakes in the foreign firms to become global    leaders.   Target to achieve an expor...
Steel production in india Indian steel industry is poised for rapid growth. Rapid rise in production has resulted in Ind...
BASED ON OWNERSHIPPUBLIC                          PRIVATE                                 TATA-CORUS SAIL               ...
TOP 5 STEEL PRODUCING COMPANIES          (GLOBAL) 2011         97.2 100  80  60                  44.4         43.3        ...
STEEL PRODUCTION (DOMESTIC)           2011                    23.5     13.5                                      3        ...
Global Scenario In 2011 the world crude steel production reached  1518 million tonnes (mt) and showed a growth of  6.2% o...
Issues and concerns  STEEL SECTOR        12
Job opportunities in steel sector General Managers           1. Support Managers: Plant Managers              Human Res...
CHALLENGES FOR THE MANAGERS                        SUPPLY                       DEMAND                      BARRIERS TO EN...
Growth Drivers Key Growth Drivers:  Construction, Automobiles, Infrastructure, Consume r durable, oil and Gas. Huge sour...
 222 Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) have  been signed with various states for planned  capacity of around 276 million...
SWOT ANALYSISStrengths                              Weaknesses1. Availability of iron ore and coal   1. Unscientific minin...
• Investment in infrastructure is crucial to step up demand for  steel.• Supply may have to be rationalized in line with t...
•   WSA(world steel authority)•   Ministry of steel•   http://www.steelpeople.com/special.html•   http://en.wikipedia.org/...
THANK YOU  ANY QUESTIONSSTEEL SECTOR      20
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  1. 1. STEEL SECTOR PRESENTED BY: Swagata sengupta Priyanka goswami Rupesh pradhan Shashank shekher singhSTEEL SECTOR 1
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Steel is crucial to the development of any modern economy and is considered to be the backbone of human civilisation. It is a product of a large and technologically complex industry having strong forward and backward linkages in terms of material flows and income generation. STEEL SECTOR 2
  3. 3. Segments of steel STEEL SECTOR 3
  4. 4. HISTORY Source: IISI Stages in Global Production of Steel STEEL SECTOR 4
  5. 5. Crude steel production (in million tonnes) RUSSIA, 68.7 INDIA, 72.2 UNITEDSTATES, 86.2 JAPAN, 107.6 CHINA, 683.2 STEEL SECTOR 5
  6. 6. OUTLOOK Indian Steel Co. acquiring stakes in the foreign firms to become global leaders. Target to achieve an export ratio of around 25% of total production. Target of 110mT by 2020. Demand in automobile and infrastructure will lead to growth in steel industry Per capita consumption is 40 kg compare to 150kg globally, which has potential ahead. Shortage of Cocking coal will be huge challenge. World steel demand to double in next 25 years, a huge opportunities for the steel industry. Upcoming Budget certainly will have great impact on steel industry future. STEEL SECTOR 6
  7. 7. Steel production in india Indian steel industry is poised for rapid growth. Rapid rise in production has resulted in India becoming the 4th largest producer of crude steel and the largest producer of DRI in the world Total crude steel production in India for 2010-11 was around 69 million tonnes and it’s expected to increase to nearly 110 million tonnes by 2012-13. Further, if the proposed expansion plans are implemented, India may become the second largest crude steel producer in the world by 2015-16. STEEL SECTOR 7
  8. 8. BASED ON OWNERSHIPPUBLIC PRIVATE  TATA-CORUS SAIL  ESSAR VISAKHAPATNAM STEEL  ISPAT PLANT  JSW STEEL LIMITED FERRO SCRAP NIGAM LIMITED  MUKAND LIMITED BIRD GROUP OF COMPANIES SPONGE IRON INDIA LIMITED MECON LIMITED BHARAT REFRACTORIES LIMITED STEEL SECTOR 8
  9. 9. TOP 5 STEEL PRODUCING COMPANIES (GLOBAL) 2011 97.2 100 80 60 44.4 43.3 39.1 37.7 40 20 0 Arcelor Hebei group Baosteel POSCO Wuhan Mittal group group (IN MILLION TONNES) STEEL SECTOR 9
  10. 10. STEEL PRODUCTION (DOMESTIC) 2011 23.5 13.5 3 7.15SAIL (mmt) TATA steel(mt) Rashtriya Ispat Nigam JSW STEELS (mt) STEEL SECTOR 10
  11. 11. Global Scenario In 2011 the world crude steel production reached 1518 million tonnes (mt) and showed a growth of 6.2% over 2010. China remained the world’s largest crude steel producer in 2011 (684 mt) followed by Japan (108 mt), the USA (86.4 mt) and India (72.2 mt; prov) at the 4th position (72.2 mt). Per capita finished steel consumption in 2011 is estimated at 215 kg for world and 460 kg for China. STEEL SECTOR 11
  12. 12. Issues and concerns STEEL SECTOR 12
  13. 13. Job opportunities in steel sector General Managers 1. Support Managers: Plant Managers  Human Resources Production Managers  Purchasing Production Control  Finance Sales Managers  Information Sales Representatives Technology Technical Support Marketing managers A/c managers STEEL SECTOR 13
  14. 14. CHALLENGES FOR THE MANAGERS SUPPLY DEMAND BARRIERS TO ENTRY COMPETITION BARGAINING POWER OF THE CUSTOMERS STEEL SECTOR 14
  15. 15. Growth Drivers Key Growth Drivers: Construction, Automobiles, Infrastructure, Consume r durable, oil and Gas. Huge source iron ore, Cheap Labour, quality man power. Mostly Steel plants are located near the Raw material Sources. Reduction in custom duty in respect of non-alloy steel production. STEEL SECTOR 15
  16. 16.  222 Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) have been signed with various states for planned capacity of around 276 million tonnes by 2019-20. Increase in the demand of steel in India is expected to be 14% against the global average of 5- 6% due to its strong domestic economy, massive infrastructure needs and expansion of industrial production. Infrastructure projects (like Golden Quadrilateral and Dedicated Freight Corridor) will give boost to the demand in the steel sector in near future. STEEL SECTOR 16
  17. 17. SWOT ANALYSISStrengths Weaknesses1. Availability of iron ore and coal 1. Unscientific mining2. Low labour wage rates 2. Coking coal import dependence3. Abundance of quality manpower 3. Low R&D investment4. Mature production base 4. Inadequate infrastructureOpportunities Threats1. Unexplored rural market 1. China becoming net exporter2. Growing domestic demand 2. Protectionism in the West3. Exports 3. Dumping by competitors4. Consolidation 4. Global economic slowdown STEEL SECTOR 17
  18. 18. • Investment in infrastructure is crucial to step up demand for steel.• Supply may have to be rationalized in line with the demand (Dom + exports). • Integrated Mills would hold the key in future growth of Indian Steel supplies.• New technologies to use indigenous natural resources would have to be developed. STEEL SECTOR 14
  19. 19. • WSA(world steel authority)• Ministry of steel• http://www.steelpeople.com/special.html• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steel• Economic times STEEL SECTOR 19
  20. 20. THANK YOU ANY QUESTIONSSTEEL SECTOR 20

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