Baosteel Engineering Successfully Developed South American Market
OREANDA-NEWS. June 13, 2012. Recently, Baosteel Engineering successfully expands trading business to South America, getting the supply contract of 67,000 pieces of sintering furnace grates for all year use of the famous Brazilian steel company CSN (Brazil National ferrous metallurgy companies), reported the press-centre of Baosteel.
Brazilian CSN is Brazil's second largest iron and steel enterprises, also one of the world's largest three tin plates manufacturers. The company's annual output of crude steel is 5.8 million tons , and the output of tin plates accounts for 22% of the total output of tin plates in the America.
In recent years, with the further development of the company, Baosteel Engineering actively develops trading overseas in fields of machinery products, sourcing in emerging markets. Baosteel Engineering, relying on Baosteel overseas companies, dispatches marketing people stationed in Brazil, the United States, Germany, Japan, India and Vietnam, for extending trading tentacles to grasp the forefront of the market situation; completes a product trading catalogue, defines a clear scope of trade, standardizes product trading promotion in overseas country; establishes a marketing management system oriented by client manager and supported by product manager.
So far, Baosteel Engineering's overseas trade market has been expanded to Japan, Korea, India, Vietnam, Europe and other countries and regions. The trade business covers the stave, the converter outlet water tanks, steel ingot molds , etc. for more than ten kinds of core products.