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Bharatbook from its exhaustive collection has come out with a report Thailand Steel Industry 2H11 which gives an overview, Demand, Supply Trends and industry analysis reports.
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   Thailand Steel Industry 2H11Bharatbook from its exhaustive collection has come out with a report Thailand SteelIndustry 2H11 which gives an overview, Demand, Supply Trends and industry analysisreports.Thailand: Steel covers the global, ASEAN and Thailand steel industry overview, thecountry's industry performance in terms of production, capacitlity utilisation, imports andexports and prices. It also covers the market trends in terms of investment, anti-dumpingduties, impact of Thai floods, impact of Chinese exports, government strategies andmarket outlook, plus the comparative matrix and SWOT analysis for the industry leadingplayers: Sahaviriya Steel Industries Public Company Limited (SSI), G J Steel PublicCompany Limited (GJS) and Tata Steel (Thailand) Public Company Limited (TSTH).  Executive Summary The global steel industry was faced with a challenging environment in 2010 and 2011,arising from higher input costs and the increasingly adverse external environment.International steel demand was soft while raw material prices remained volatile. Despite these challenges, Thailand’s steel consumption reached 14.1mn tonnes in 2010, up 31% y/y. Likewise, production of crude steel increased 13.7% y/y to 4.1mn tonnes. top marketresearch companies  The Iron and Steel Institute of Thailand (ISIT) forecast the country’s crude steel output to reach 4.4mn tonnes in 2011. However, a decline is expected in Q4/2011 as a result of the Thai floods which disrupted supply chains and operations during Sep-Nov 2011. ISITestimated that steel consumption in 2011 would grow by only 5.2% y/y due to the highbase in 2010 and negative impact of the floods.The devastating floods affected domestic production and exports, causing thegovernment to lower its 2011 growth forecast to 1.1% from 4.5% in 2010. It is expectedthat reconstruction spending from both the public and private sectors after the floodingcrisis will bolster demand for steel by 4-5% in 2012.Many domestic steel companies were affected by the floods and global economicslowdown, which eroded their operating margins. The leading players covered in thereport include Sahaviriya Steel Industries Public Company Limited (SSI), G J SteelPublic Company Limited (GJS) and Tata Steel (Thailand) Public Company Limited(TSTH). Table of Contents 1. Industry profile1.1 Global steel overview1.2 ASEAN steel overview   1.3 Thailand steel overview1.4 Production1.4.1 Labour productivity1.4.2 Capacity utilisation1.5 Consumption1.6 Foreign trade1.6.1 Exports1.6.2 Imports1.7 Prices 4. Tables & charts Table 1: Global apparent steel use (ASU) for finished steel products (2010  –  2012)Table 2: Global crude steel production (2006  –  2011) (million tonnes)Table 3: Top 10 steel producing countries in 2011 (million tonnes)Table 4: ASEAN apparent steel consumption in 2010 (metric tonnes)Table 5: Thailand steel production statistics (2006  –  2010) (metric tonnes)Table 6: Thailand production of finished steel products (2006  –  2010) (metric tonnes)Table 7: Capacity utilisation rate by products (%)Table 8: Thailand apparent steel consumption of total steel products (2006  –  2010) (metrictonnes)Table 9: Thailand apparent steel consumption by finished steel products (2006  –  2010)(metric tonnes)Table 10: Thailand imports of iron and steel products (2006  –  2010) (metric tonnes)Table 11: Thailand exports of iron and steel products (2006  –  2010) (metric tonnes)Table 12: Asian carbon steel prices (USD/tonne)Table 13: Asian stainless steel prices (USD/tonne)Table 14: Global steelmaking raw material and input costsTable 15: Anti-dumping duties on hot rolled steel products (as of May 2008) Table 16: Flood impact on Thailand’s GDP  Table 17: SSI revenue by business (Q1  –  Q3/2011 vs. Q1  –  Q3/2010)Table 18: SSI financial highlights (2008  –  Q3/2011)Table 19: GJS financial highlights (2008  –  Q3 2011)Table 20: TSTH financial highlights (2007/08  –  2011/12)Table 21: Financial highlights of the leading players For more information kindly visit : Thailand Steel Industry 2H11 OrBharat Book BureauTel: +91 22 27810772 / 27810773Fax: + 91 22 27812290Email:  Website:    Follow us on twitter:!/Sandhya3B  Thailand, Steel, Industry, Raw Material, Market Research Reports
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