The global industrial metals supply chain is being changed to make it more competitive with rivals such as China and India.
Key points:”We are seeing more and more demand from consumers for more value-added materials”Industrial metal supply chain chief executive Greg Wilson says”It’s really important for us to be able to offer our customers more value for their money.”
We’ve always looked at it from a value-for-money perspective.
“Industrial Metal Supply Chain chief executive and chief executive of Industrial Metal Supply Corporation, Greg Wilson, says consumers want to know what they’re getting from their metals, and are looking for the cheapest metal possible.”
For the last couple of years we’ve seen a lot of change in our business model,” Mr Wilson said.”
A lot of that has to do with the changing landscape of supply chains around the world.
“There’s more demand for industrial metals and a growing number of businesses are looking to be competitive in that space.”
Industry Nine is an industry network that helps customers to better understand the different metals that are being used in their products.
The news comes after the company said it was cutting 3,500 jobs.
It is a move that Mr Wilson says will allow it to focus on the new “digital transformation” it’s building to offer more value to its customers.
Mr Wilson said industrial metal supply chains were a growing business in Australia and was looking to grow even more.
“With this change, we can take the best of our customers, and we can continue to offer the best value in industrial metals,” Mr Cameron said.
Industrial Steel is Australia’s biggest steel producer.
The company employs more than 12,000 people in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.