Tag: electrical steel

Electrical steel market to grow at 7% CAGR by 2021

MarketsandMarkets has made available a new study on the global electrical steel market titled ”Electrical Steel Market by Type (Grain-oriented and Non Grain-oriented), Application (Transformers, Motors, Inductors), End-Use Industry (Energy, Automobile, Manufacturing, Household Appliances), and Region - Global Forecast to 2021”.

New global GOES market report is available

A new market research report on global grain-oriented electrical steel (GOES) market has been published by 360 Market Updates, titled “Grain Oriented Electrical Steel Market: Study Applications, Types and Market Analysis including Growth, Trends and Forecasts to 2021”.

GOES market to thrive dramatically according to new report

Future Market Insights has made available a new market research report titled “Electrical Steel Market: Rising demand for High Permeability Grain-oriented Electrical Steel to Fuel Growth: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026”.

Liberty House frontrunner to acquire Tata businesses in the UK

United Kingdom: The British media have reported that Liberty House has emerged as a frontrunner to acquire Tata Steel's up for sale businesses in the UK, having tabled substantial cash offers for Tata’s speciality steels and tube pipe businesses.

Electrical steel market to grow at CAGR of 7.3%

Future Market Insights has added a new report titled “Electrical Steel Market Segmentation by Product Type - Grain-Oriented Electrical Steel, Non-Grain Oriented Electrical Steel, Semi-Processed; By Application – Transformers, Portable, Distribution, Motors, Inductors” to their offering.

EU states approve electrical steel minimum prices

European steel makers have won the support of European Union governments to impose minimum prices on certain imports of electrical steels from the U.S., Russia, Japan, China and South Korea, Transformers Magazine has learnt.

EU sets minimum price and duties on imports of electrical steel

London/Brussels: The European Union will set a minimum price for imports of a grade of electrical steel from China, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the United States, while retaining the right to impose tariffs, reports Reuters.