Future capacities and capabilities of the UK steel industry: technical appendices

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Document type
Appendices
Corporate author(s)
Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Publisher
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Date of publication
21 December 2017
Series
BEIS Research Paper. Number 26
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This is the detailed suite of technical appendices of the “Future capacities and capabilities of the UK steel industry” summary report.

This appendix provides a detailed overview of the analysis of steel consumption across the following sectors: Construction, Nuclear, Rail, Packaging, Automotive, Oil & Gas, Machinery & Engineering, Yellow Goods, Aerospace and Renewable Energy.

The appendix begins with an overview of findings across all of these sectors but also looks at each sector individually with a more detailed view of the historical steel demand, forecast steel demand and sector views on current and future steel consumption provided by a range of steel consuming businesses in that particular sector.

Findings from the interviews for each sector have been structured into four themes: competitiveness, capacity and capability, supply chains and customer service.

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