2012 is definitely a difficult year for metal recyclers with the falling demand, depressed prices and shrinking profit. Although the world economic woes are still yet to disappear, it is expected that the ferrous & non-ferrous metals recycling industries will be better in 2013 with the slow but steady recovery of the steel & non-ferrous markets, stimulus packages gradually taking effect and more favorable development policies issued to cope with the pressing climate change challenge.
The 6th China Int'l Metal Recycling Conference 2013, a "must attend" event for the metal recycling industry, will be held at a crucial time as the sector ponders the outlook for 2013 and beyond. Mark your calendar and plan your participation now for the 6th China Int’l Metal Recycling Conference 2013.
First launched in 2003, China Int’l Metal Recycling Conference has been held successfully for five sessions and has quickly evolved into a global industrial event offering fast, efficient and cost-effective access to the metal recycling community. With attendees of about 450 delegates, the 5th China Int’l Metal Recycling Conference 2012 had been a grand gathering of the year for metal scrap sellers, users, dealers, processors as well as related government institutions, industrial associations and technology & equipment providers. The goal of our conference is helping metal recycling professionals better understand development trends of the industry, connecting metal scrap sellers and buyers, promoting use of scrap in the steel and the non-ferrous metals industries, proliferating low-carbon production and living concepts, as well as strengthening international communication and cooperation.
Delegates breakdown by profession for 5th China Int’l Metal Recycling Conference