On this page we have compiled a series of internet addresses with interesting content on the steel market.
Whether you’re an industry insider or simply curious, this compilation offers a convenient resource to satisfy your needs and keep you connected to the latest happenings in the steel world.
The actual list on this site therefore has to be considered only as a first start. All stakeholders in the market are invited to suggest any further links by contacting EUROMETAL through this site.
Consultative Commission on Industrial Change (CCMI)
The Consultative Commission on Industrial Change (known by its French acronym of CCMI, Commission consultative des mutations industrielles) examines changes in industry across a wide range of sectors, keeping pace and tackling them according to the values of the European economic and social model. The CCMI succeeded the consultative committee of the ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) when the latter expired on 23 July 2002. It is established as a distinct body within the EESC and has a remit extended to all sectors of industry in both manufacturing and services.
CRU Steel Services
CRU provides a complete view of the steel industry across the value chain through market analysis and forecasts, market-leading price assessments and comprehensive cost services, all driven by a global team of analysts using CRU’s robust and transparent methodologies.
European Commission's trade department
News and information about world trade including trade issues and statistics, EU exporters’ guide, public dialogue and hot topics.
EUR-Lex provides direct free access to European Union law. Here you can consult the Official Journal of the European Union as well as the treaties,...
European Steel Association (EUROFER)
The European Steel Association (EUROFER) AISBL is located in Brussels and was founded in 1976. It represents the entirety of steel production in the European Union. The European Steel Association's members are steel companies and national steel federations throughout the EU. The major steel companies and national steel federation of Turkey and the United Kingdom are associate members.
European Monitoring Centre on Change (EMCC)
The European Monitoring Centre on Change (EMCC) is an information resource established to promote an understanding of changes in the world of work, employment and restructuring. Its work is supported by a Network of Eurofound Correspondents across all EU Member States and Norway.
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
Committed to European integration, the EESC contributes to strengthening the democratic legitimacy and effectiveness of the European Union by enabling civil society organisations from the Member States to express their views at European level.
EUROPA is the official web site of the European Union and provides access to information published by all EU institutions, agencies and bodies.
The homepage of the European Commission provides information on daily news, the calendar, the policies, the President, the Commissioners and the services offered.
Detailed statistics on the EU and candidate countries, and various statistical publications
Der Homepage von Handel Schweiz, dem Dachverband des Schweizerischen Handels.
International Steel Trade Associatio (ISTA)
The International Steel Trade Association (ISTA) was established in 1969 in order to represent the interests of steel traders.
Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
The 23 million SMEs in the EU represent 99% of businesses, and are a key driver for economic growth, innovation, employment and social integration. The European Commission aims to promote successful entrepreneurship and improve the business environment for SMEs, to allow them to realise their full potential in today’s global economy.
World Steel Association (Worldsteel)
One of the largest industry associations in the world, with members in every major steel-producing country. Worldsteel represents steel producers, national and regional steel industry associations, and steel research institutes. Members represent around 85% of global steel production.