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About Make in Steel

MAKE IN STEEL is a is the premier event for the structural steel industry, bringing together structural engineers, steel manufacturers & fabricators. FIRST Construction Council and CONSTRUCTION WORLD magazine brings to the 6th edition of MAKE IN STEEL Conference and Awards on 10th February, 2023 at New Delhi.

The previous four editions that have happened in Delhi, Mumbai and virtually had received an encouraging and interactive response. The fifth edition with a theme “Gearing up for sustainable steel in India” offers three interactive panel discussions, thought provoking industry keynotes. Along with the practical agenda, the conference also offers a close look at the innovative and sustainable products available in India today.

About FCC

The FIRST Construction Council (FCC) is an infrastructure think tank, focused on providing the latest updates on the construction industry in India and dedicated to promoting its causes and needs. The Council provides a platform to promote the adoption of best practices and be the torchbearer for all policy initiatives that are needed to enhance the importance and welfare of the construction industry. FCC also seeks to become a prominent industry voice.

Steel Overview

Globally we use more than 1700 Mt of this steel every year and we recycle and re-use more than 85% at the end of each lifecycle. Closer home, India was the world’s second-largest steel producer with production standing at 111.2 million tonnes (MT) in 2019.The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent nationwide lock down had severely affected demand and production of steel in the country in Q1FY21. The lockdown in the months of April and May had crippled domestic demand and steel players were forced to look at export markets to keep their inventory in-check. The finished steel exports as a percentage of total finished steel production peaked during April-August 2020 to average 21% compared to 8% in the corresponding period of FY20 and 6% during the same period in FY19. However, with the unlocking of the economy from June 2020 onwards, domestic demand staged a strong V-shape recovery and exports declined gradually. A pick-up in domestic demand from the infrastructure activities, pipe and tubes manufacturing, automobiles, and consumer durables sector ahead of the festive season has led to increased steel consumption and higher restocking demand. Capacity utilisation levels of crude steel improved with the unlocking of the economy and recovery in demand both domestically and internationally. After a sharp drop in April 2020 to 26.5%, capacity utilisation rate of crude steel returned to 72.8% in September 2020, down by just 2.8% from year ago level of 75.6%


  • Steel Manufactures 
  • Iron & Steel Products 
  • Plant & Equipment for steel making 
  • Plant & Equipment for Shaping steel 
  • Raw Material Processing Technology & equipment 
  • Coal Steel Rolling 
  • Surface treatment & Corrosion Technology 
  • Environmental Protection Technology
  • Steel Cutting Machines
  • Blast Furnace Manufactures
  • Energy Efficiency Equipment
  • Water Treatment Equipment
  • Air Pollution Control Equipments
  • Laser Technology 
  • Heating & Hardening Machines
  • Logistics 
  • Material handling Equipment 
  • Safety Equipments 
  • Stainless Steel Equipments Manufactures
  • Mining Companies 
  • Steel Movers
  • Financial Institutes
  • Infrastructure Developers
  • Technology Providers
  • Steel Industry Association
  • Engineers & Architects
  • Construction Companies
  • Automobile Manufactures
  • Infrastructure developers
  • Indian Railways


  • Discuss key innovations of steel in construction
  • Explore opportunities to benefit from use of steel
  • Network with leading figures in the industry
  • Discover the latest technological innovations of steel in construction
  • Develop new business contacts across the whole industry chain
  • Take part in a Q & A after each session: you’ll get answers on the spot
  • Take away useful information packages


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