What Trasteel Does
Establishing strategic partnerships with selected miners, producers and end-users
Controlling the quality over the entire production chain through our local staff
Shipping worldwide respecting the given delivery dates
Providing full technical assistance in order to achieve the best performance of the supplied materials and products
Delivering products and materials directly to customers plants
Supporting partners with tailor-made financing solutions
where the quality meets the expertise
To supply and deliver high quality materials at the most competitive price and in the shortest time possible, providing financial solutions and technical assistance establishing long-lasting partnerships.
Our successful investments
OTS is a leading steel rerolling plant located in Italy, with a production capacity of 400,000 MT/year of heavy plates
TAMAC Srl, a steel service center in Italy with a production capacity of 120,000 MT/year, focused on cutting to size hot rolled, cold rolled and coated coils .
Yugotub Doo is a producer of welded steel tubes transforming CRC and pickled coils based in Serbia with a production capacity of 36.000 MT/Year. It mainly serves the automotive, heating and furniture sectors.
Liaoning Fenghua Trasteel Industry Co. Ltd, a major Chinese producer of magnesia-carbon and alumina-magnesia-carbon refractory bricks. It has an yearly production of 80,000 MT
Trasteel Makina ve Ticaret A.S. produces a broad range of heavy carpentry products to satisfy various commercial and industrial requirements.
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Zekelman Industries will close its steel conduit manufacturing facility in Long Beach, California, the company said Oct. 5, citing rising US conduit imports from Mexico as a contributing factor causing the closure. “According to the US Census Bureau, the expected volume of imported steel conduit from Mexico will increase to an estimated 69,641 mt in
Platts, part of S&P Global Commodity Insights, assessed the fourth-quarter premium for imported primary aluminum at $99/mt plus London Metal Exchange cash, CIF main Japanese ports, on Oct. 5, down 33.1% from $148/mt assessed in the third-quarter as market sentiment remained bearish in Japan. This decrease marks the fourth consecutive decline in Japanese quarterly premiums,
This report is part of the S&P Global Commodity Insights’ Metals Trade Review series, where we dig through datasets and digest some of the key trends in iron ore, metallurgical coal, copper, alumina, and steel and scrap. We also explore what the next few months could bring, from supply and demand shifts, to new arbitrages,