27 May 2014 - Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium Limited - Group unaudited results for the Quarter Ended 31 March 2014 Chairman and CEO's Review • Net loss R105 million (March YTD 2013:...Read more
9 May 2014 - ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited - Unaudited group earnings results and physical information for the quarter ended 31 March 2014 - Steel sales volume up 5%...Read more
16 April 2014 - Steel import statistics released for February 2014 Imports of primary carbon and alloy steel products (excluding semis, stainless steel and drawn wire) amount to 130 543...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 135% of all procurement from the South African Iron and Steel Institute to be classified as B-BBEE spend.
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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