SGL seeks China JV but eschews extra electrode capacity

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 26 April 2013

German carbon firm hopes to cash-in on future steel recycling as earnings plummet

German graphite electrode company SGL Group has revealed that it is seeking joint venture opportunities in China to capitalise on the growing trend towards steel recycling in the country.

China is the world’s largest steel producer, and the synthetic carbon specialist is eager to cement a partnership with emerging electrode...

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