7 April 2015 - Steel import statistics released for February 2015 Imports of primary carbon and alloy steel products (excluding semis, stainless steel and drawn wire) amount to 181 865 tonnes...Read more
2 March 2015 - Steel Sector Business Confidence Index – 1st quarter 2015 Herewith results of the 1st quarter 2015 survey conducted by SAISI amongst COSM clients. Survey results: 33 =...Read more
4 February 2015 - Steel import statistics released for December 2014. Imports of primary carbon and alloy steel products (excluding semis, stainless steel and drawn wire) amount to 105 192 tonnes...Read more
9 January 2014 - Steel import statistics released for November 2014 Imports of primary carbon and alloy steel products (excluding semis, stainless steel and drawn wire) amount to 76 984 tonnes...Read more
SOUTH AFRICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE
The South African Iron and Steel Institute (SAISI) is a non-profit, pro-competition and non-governmental representative organisation serving the collective interests of the primary steel industry in South Africa. (Note that the South African Iron and Steel Institute is not involved in primary steel production. You are free to forward your inquiry directly to the SAISI members as per company contact details on the matrix on primary steel products manufactured by SAISI members).
This rating allows 110% of all procurement from the South African Iron and Steel Institute to be classified as B-BBEE spend.
A division of the Southern Africa Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) reg no. 1956/001307/08 Management SASFA is managed by the SAISC, and stands under the ultimate control of the SAISC Board, who...Read more
South Africa was ranked the 21st largest crude steel producing country in the world in 2013 according to data by the World Steel Association (worldsteel). South Africa is also the...Read more
Mission and vision Our mission.. SEIFSA is an employer federation that represents and promotes the interests of our members in the metal and engineering industry. We do this by negotiating...Read more