ExpoSteel 2012

ExpoSteel 2012 will be held parallel to the Conference. It is a business fair with over 3,700 m2 of constructed area, with the participation of steel and mining companies, suppliers of equipment, services and technological innovation for the steel production chain. Besides delegates, visitors will be granted free access to the area.

Over 3,500 executives visited the stands during the last edition of the event, which had the participation of São Paulo State Governor Geraldo Alckmin at the opening ceremony.

The 2011 edition was sponsored by ArcelorMittal, Gerdau, Usiminas, Votorantim Siderurgia, Vale, CNI, V&M do BRASIL, ThyssenKrupp CSA, Sinobras, White Martins, CBMM, Techint, Aperam, Villares Metals, Harsco Metals, EPC Engenharia, Enesa, Air Liquide and Caixa. ExpoSteel 2011 had the presence of 46 companies and class entities.

The event gained headlines in the main newspapers, magazines, TV networks, radios, sites and news agencies in Brazil and overseas. Over 120 journalists, representing approximately 50 media vehicles, attended the opening ceremony, among which O Globo, Valor Econômico, Agência Estado, Folha de São Paulo, Diário do Comércio, Correio Braziliense, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, Jovem Pan, TV Cultura and TV Brasil.

Within this context, the 23rd Brazilian Steel Conference & ExpoSteel 2012 will provide excellent opportunities to broaden and strengthen your contacts among sector-related companies in an environment ideal for networking and for presenting products, services and technology.

See below some sectors comprising the Steel-Metallurgic Chain:


ExpoSteel 2012 will be held parallel to the Conference. It is a business fair with over 3,700 m2 of constructed area, with the participation of steel and mining companies, suppliers of equipment, services and technological innovation for the steel production chain. Besides delegates, visitors will be granted free access to the area.

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