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Analyzing the Indian Steel Industry

Analyzing the Indian Steel Industry

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Meta Description There have been almost revolutionary changes in the global steel scene with fierce competitive pressures on performance,
Publisher Aruvian's R'search
Date of Report Nov 6, 2011
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There have been almost revolutionary changes in the global steel scene with fierce competitive pressures on performance, productivity, price reduction and customer satisfaction. National boundaries have melted to encompass an ever increasing world market. Trade in steel products has been on the upswing with the production facilities of both the developed and the developing countries complementing each other in the making of steel of different grades and specialty for the world market.

Technological innovations have provided the competitive edge to the technologically strong companies. Smooth and quick transfer of technology has, however, meant an increasingly competitive pressure on the companies to be ahead of the others in the race for technological superiority to maintain and, if possible, to strengthen the bottomlines.

Sagging prices in the backdrop of economic slowdown have spelt turmoil in the industry the world over. As in the case of oil and natural gas, there is a felt need for the steel producing countries to come together and evolve an understanding on production and pricing of steel products. Some effort in this direction is being taken, but, it is yet to take firmer roots. The future is uncertain, but challenging, and holds great promise if the right steps are taken because of the inherent qualities of steel.

The Indian steel industry comprises of the producers of finished steel, semi-finished steel, stainless steel and pig iron. Indian steel industry, having participation from both public sector and private sector enterprises, is one of the fastest growing markets for steel and is also increasingly looking towards exports as driving the growth of the industry.

Aruvian's R'search brings a research report on Analyzing the Indian Steel Industry focusing on the Indian Steel Industry and analyzing each and every aspect of the industry. Starting from an analysis of the competitiveness of the industry to the production/consumption scenario of the industry, the report analyzes the Indian Steel Industry through a SWOT framework analysis, a PEST framework analysis, and a Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis.

The report further goes on to establish a relationship between consumption of steel and stages of economic development. An analysis of GNP growth, GDP growth, and the economic development of the country, is undertaken in the report vis-à-vis the growth and performance of the Indian Steel Industry.

The report focuses on the mergers and acquisition scenario in the sector as well, with emphasis on the restructuring of the Indian steel industry. A Global Steel Industry Scenario is also provided in the report to help investors gauge first hand where the Indian Steel Industry stands on a global platform.

An analysis of the major players in the Indian Steel Sector completes this comprehensive research report.
Table of Contents
A. Executive Summary

B. Defining the Industry
B.1 Industry Definition
B.2 Market Segments

C. Globalization in the Steel Industry
C.1 Introduction
C.2 Analyzing Global Demand for Steel
C.3 Consolidation in the Global Steel Industry
C.4 Drivers in the Steel Industry
C.4.1 Raw Materials
C.4.2 Products
C.4.3 Prices
C.4.4 Operating Costs
C.4.5 Employment
C.4.6 Supply and Demand Balance
C.5 Global Steel Companies – Strategies for the Future
C.6 China in the Global Steel Industry

D. Country-Wise Steel Industry Profile
D.1 France
D.1.1 Market Profile
D.1.2 Market Value & Volume
D.1.3 Market Segmentation
D.1.4 Competition in the Industry
D.1.5 Future Perspective
D.2 Germany
D.2.1 Market Profile
D.2.2 Market Value & Volume
D.2.3 Market Segmentation
D.2.4 Competition in the Industry
D.2.5 Future Perspective
D.3 Japan
D.3.1 Market Profile
D.3.2 Market Value & Volume
D.3.3 Market Segmentation
D.3.4 Competition in the Industry
D.3.5 Future Perspective
D.4 United Kingdom
D.4.1 Market Profile
D.4.2 Market Value & Volume
D.4.3 Market Segmentation
D.4.4 Competition in the Industry
D.4.5 Future Perspective
D.5 United States
D.5.1 Market Profile
D.5.2 Market Value & Volume
D.5.3 Market Segmentation
D.5.4 Competition in the Industry
D.5.5 Future Perspective
D.6 China
D.6.1 Historical Development of the Chinese Steel Industry
D.6.2 Market Profile
D.6.3 Industry Structure
D.6.4 Increase in Steel Production & China’s High GDP Growth
D.6.5 Competition in the Industry

E. Industry Basics

F. History of Steel Reforms in India
F.1 Growth of the Indian Steel Industry after Liberalization
F.1.1 Finished Carbon Steel
F.1.2 Pig Iron
F.1.3 Sponge Iron

G. Introduction to the Indian Steel Industry
G.1 Industry Overview
G.2 Production Statistics
G.3 Consumption Statistics
G.4 Export Statistics
G.5 Investment in the Industry
G.6 Raw Material in the Industry
G.7 Energy Use
G.8 Future Plans of the Industry

H. Policy of the Government

I. Global Foray of the Indian Steel Industry

J. Trends in the Indian Steel Industry

K. Factors Driving Growth in the Industry

L. Challenges Facing the Industry

M. Indian Steel Industry: A SWOT Framework Analysis
M.1 Strengths to Build Upon
M.2 Weaknesses to Overcome
M.3 Opportunities to Exploit
M.4 Threats to Overcome

N. PEST Framework Analysis of the Indian Steel Industry
N.1 Political Aspects
N.2 Economical Aspects
N.3 Social Aspects
N.4 Technological Aspects

O. Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis of the Indian Steel Industry
O.1 Bargaining Power of Buyers
O.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
O.3 Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
O.4 Threat of New Entrants
O.5 Threat of Substitutes
O.6 Conclusion

P. Steel Demand Scenario
P.1 Overview
P.2 Factors Driving the Demand
P.3 China: Dealing with a Giant
P.4 Recession Affecting Global Steel Demand
P.5 Conclusion

Q. Raw Materials for Iron & Steel Industry
Q.1 Iron Ore
Q.2 Coal & Coke
Q.3 Manganese Ore
Q.4 Limestone

R. Iron & Steel Technology
R.1 Coke Ovens
R.2 Ladle Metallurgy
R.3 Continuous Casting
R.4 Rolling Mills
R.5 Steel from Recycled Scrap
R.6 Thin Slab Casting

S. The Steel Mills of the 21st Century

T. Assembly Cost of Raw Materials
T.1 Cost of Mining
T.2 Freight for Coal
T.3 Securing the Supply of Coking Coal
T.4 Investment in Infrastructure Development
T.5 Railway Freight Corridor
T.6 Conservation of Indigenous Raw Material

U. Looking at the Processing Costs
U.1 Energy Cost
U.2 Energy Supply in the Alternate Route
U.3 Efficient Technology
U.4 Environmental Concerns

V. Looking at the Delivery Cost of Finished Steel
V.1 Containerization
V.2 Mass Awareness and Distribution Centers
V.3 Use of Stainless Steel

W. Analyzing the Stainless Steel Industry in India
W.1 Introduction
W.2 Use of Stainless Steel in Architecture
W.3 Modernization of Airports
W.4 Use of Stainless Steel in the Retail Industry
W.5 Dominance in Building Hardware
W.6 Railway Wagons
W.7 Railway Long Distance Passenger Cars
W.8 Railway Stations
W.9 Railways – Metro Coaches
W.10 Automobiles
W.11 Process Industry
W.12 Plumbing
W.13 Conclusion

X. Analyzing the Cold Rolled Steel Sheet Industry in India
X.1 Introduction
X.2 Processes Involved in Cold Rolling
X.2.1 Reversing Mills
X.2.2 Tandem Mills
X.3 Import-Export Scenario
X.4 Apparent Consumption
X.5 Production Statistics
X.6 Categorizing Cold Rolled Steel Sheets
X.7 Future of the Indian Cold Rolling Steel Industry

Y. Strategic Restructuring in the Indian Steel Industry
Y.1 Survival Strategy
Y.2 Cost Reduction
Y.3 Differentiated Marketing Strategy
Y.4 Financial Restructuring
Y.5 Business Restructuring
Y.6 Operational Restructuring
Y.7 Steel Service Centers
Y.8 Market Development
Y.9 Growth Strategy
Y.10 Technology Strategy
Y.11 Sustaining the Market
Y.12 Strategy Related to Human Resources
Y.13 IT Strategy

Z. Research in the Steel Industry - Strategies for Growth

AA. Future Outlook for the Indian Steel Industry
AA.1 Development of the Steel Industry in the Medium-Term
AA.2 Required Steps to be Taken by the Government for Future Growth

BB. Major Industry Contributors
BB.1 Steel Authority of India Limited
BB.1.1 Corporate Profile
BB.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.1.3 Financial Analysis
BB.1.4 SWOT Analysis
BB.2 Arcelor Mittal
BB.2.1 Corporate Profile
BB.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.2.3 Financial Analysis
BB.2.4 SWOT Analysis
BB.3 Tata Steel Limited
BB.3.1 Corporate Profile
BB.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.3.3 Financial Analysis
BB.4 ESSAR Steel Ltd
BB.4.1 Corporate Profile
BB.4.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.4.3 Financial Analysis
BB.5 ISPAT Industries Ltd
BB.5.1 Corporate Profile
BB.5.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.5.3 Financial Analysis
BB.6 JSW Steel Limited
BB.6.1 Corporate Profile
BB.6.2 Business Segment Analysis
BB.6.3 Financial Analysis
BB.7 Jindal Vijaynagar Steel Ltd

CC. Leading Global Players
CC.1 Nippon Steel Corporation
CC.1.1 Corporate Profile
CC.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
CC.1.3 Major Products & Services
CC.1.4 SWOT Analysis
CC.2 Posco
CC.2.1 Corporate Profile
CC.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
CC.2.3 Major Products & Services
CC.2.4 SWOT Analysis
CC.3 SeverStal
CC.3.1 Corporate Profile
CC.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
CC.3.3 Major Products & Services
CC.3.4 SWOT Analysis

DD. Appendix

EE. Glossary of Terms





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