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Here you will find all the latest news about Nemad Group.

 
 
Visit our stand at Europort 2019 in Rotterdam Ahoy!
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Lloyd's register certification ISO 9001:2015
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Lloyd's register certification ISO 14001:2015
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NMS approved by FPS mobility and transport
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Official approval Solas service station Nemad Maritime Safety
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Lloyd's recertification ISO 9001: 2008 & 14001: 2004
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EU repeals anti-dumping duties on China

The definitive anti-dumping duty imposed on certain types of iron or steel (excluding stainless steel) fasteners, ie wood screws (excluding collar screws), self-tapping screws, other screws and bolts with head (also with nuts or washers, but excluding screws, twisted or decolleted of solid material and of which the thickness of the shaft does not exceed 6 mm and excluding screws and bolts for the attachment of railroad components) and washers, originating in the People's Republic of China, as extended to certain types Shipped iron or steel fasteners, whether or not declared as originating in Malaysia, currently classified under CN codes 7318 12 90, 7318 14 91, 7318 14 99, 7318 15 59, 7318 15 69, 7318 15 81, 7318 15 89, ex 7318 15 90, ex 7318 21 00 en ex 7318 22 00 (Taric-codes 7318159021, 7318159029, 7318159071, 7318159079, 7318159091, 7318159098, 7318210031, 7318210039, 7318210095, 7318210098, 7318220031, 7318220039, 7318220095 en 7318220098) Are hereby repealed and the procedure relating to these imports is hereby terminated. Link EUR-Lex

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Nemad Roadshow on 5 oktober!
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New Winterfolder 2014-2015 Personal Protective Safety Equipment
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Lloyd's Recertification ISO 9001: 2008 Nemad Group
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ISO 14001:2004 certification
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Nemad involved social partner of the concerned Spartan
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Introduction EN1090-1 has a major impact on the construction industry
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Registration EN1090 seminar started!

Are you prepared for the introduction of the NEN-EN1090-1?
The NEN-EN1090-1 became effective as of 1 January 2011 as a harmonized European standard. During the transition period, clients may prescribe a CE Declaration of Conformity for Construction Parts. After the transitional period, from 1 July 2012, a CE marking and CE Declaration of Conformity will be a legal obligation for all structural steel and aluminum construction parts.

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ISO 9001 certification
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Short-term forecast steel production 2010-2011

Vienna 20 April 2010 - World Steel Association (worldsteel) industry organization today announced its short-term forecast for global demand for steel for 2010 and 2011. World Steel estimates that steel consumption will increase by 10.7% to 1.241 million metric tons (mmt) in 2010 ) After a previous decline in 2009 of 6.7%. According to this forecast, global demand for steel in 2010 will be higher than the pre-crisis level in 2007. For 2011, growth is expected to reach 5.3% at an historical peak of 1306 mm. The resilience of emerging economies, and in particular China, has proved to be the critical factor, leading to a recovery earlier than expected.

Worldsteel's chairman, Daniel Novegil, quotes the figures: "The overall picture is an improvement over the estimate we issued in October last year. The global steel industry is now on its way to recovery. Emerging economies, which were in total positive growth during the crisis, continue to show strong growth and continue to determine the world demand for steel, but the current recovery in the most developed economies is slower and for them the expected demand for steel 2011 far below the level of 2007. The recovery is not only earlier but also stronger than expected. This is largely due to government support and the recent reconstruction of stocks. The real concern will be how the macroeconomic policy will deal with fiscalities and the pressure of inflation after the crisis. "

Short-term forecasts finished steel (2009-2011):


Regions

ASU, mmt

 

Growth Rates, %

2009 (e)

2010 (f)

2011 (f)

 

2009 (e)

2010 (f)

2011 (f)

               

European Union (27)

118.4

134.6

145.2

 

-35.2%

13.7%

7.9%

Other Europe

23.9

27.2

30.4

 

-12.5%

13.5%

11.9%

C.I.S.

35.8

39.8

43.0

 

-28.2%

11.0%

8.0%

N.A.F.T.A.

80.9

99.9

107.1

 

-37.4%

23.5%

7.2%

Central & South America

33.6

40.4

43.1

 

-24.1%

20.0%

6.7%

Africa

26.4

28.7

31.3

 

9.6%

8.6%

9.3%

Middle East

40.7

44.7

48.4

 

-8.0%

10.0%

8.2%

Asia & Oceania

761.5

825.7

857.7

 

8.7%

8.4%

3.9%

World

1,121.2

1,240.9

1,306.2

 

-6.7%

10.7%

5.3%

China

542.4

578.7

594.9

 

24.8%

6.7%

2.8%

BRIC

640.9

692.0

720.7

 

17.5%

8.0%

4.1%

MENA

57.5

62.9

68.2

 

0.8%

9.5%

8.4%

World excl. China

578.8

662.2

711.3

 

-24.5%

14.4%

7.4%

World excl. BRIC

480.3

548.9

585.6

 

-26.8%

14.3%

6.7%

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World crude steel production
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Tight steel market & price explosion
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Sharp drop in the steel market and rising prices

As a result of a sharp drop in the steel market, we reach reports from manufacturers about production constraints and price increases. It is warned that making arrangements for a longer period of time is not possible due to the uncertain market situation and that existing existing agreements may not escape price adjustments. In addition to price speculation in the market of raw materials due to an uncertain market situation, this is also the basis of the overcrowded demand in China and the elimination of export-promoting subsidies.

Overview developments steel prices: Eurofer

From colleague wholesalers we have already received the first notifications regarding price adjustments in addition to the recently introduced price increase.

As you are accustomed to us, we closely monitor the development and do not calculate any price increase immediately when it occurs. However, when this price level is structurally fixed we are obliged to follow.

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Developments steel prices

As a result of strong economic growth in China, steel prices and availability of steel are under severe pressure.

Western steel manufacturers have been heavily competitive with low wages, focused on the production of semi-finished products or more complex steel grades. Due to the drop in supply from China, steel prices and prices of derivatives derived therefrom have risen sharply.

With the fasteners, this rise is very strong because many European factories have moved their production to the Far East. Nemad expects a slight price increase for the coming period, followed by a high level price stabilization.

Overview developments steel prices: Eurofer

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