Upcoming Webinar to Feature Stainless Market Outlook and Aluminum Forecast

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MetalMiner will host its first high performance metals webinar, Monday, July 11 at 10 am CDT. By high performance, we refer to stainless steel, nickel alloys and aluminum. The webinar will feature a high level overview of the stainless steel market including grades and applications along with a detailed discussion about the drivers of price volatility. MetalMiner sponsor, United Performance Metals in a discussion led by Scott Fasse will provide attendees with a detailed overview of what comprises stainless surcharges, some of the elements that feed into price volatility along with some specific ideas as to how stainless buyers can more effectively source this category.

In addition, the webinar will feature Jorge Vazquez, Managing Director and Founder of Harbor Aluminum. Throughout the world, Jorge maintains a cult following amongst some of the largest aluminum producers as well as buying organizations. Jorge’s track record in aluminum price forecasting combined with his deep subject expertise around the underlying dynamics of key aluminum producing countries, particularly China, provide him with unique insight into all facets of the aluminum supply chain.

Continuing Education Credit

Webinar attendees have asked us to offer web-based programs that meet continuing education requirements. This one hour(+) webinar can also be counted toward continuing education.

Registration

As with all MetalMiner events, this webinar is offered free of charge.

Join us for a FREE upcoming webinar: “High Performance Metals & Alloys Market Outlook and Primer, featuring speakers Scott Fasse of United Performance Metals and Jorge Vazquez of Harbor Aluminum. Click here for additional details and to register.

We hope to see you virtually on July 11!

–Lisa Reisman

 

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