The steel industry gathered in Warsaw, Poland on 6-7 June 2018 to discuss the mysteries and complexities of Industry 4.0 within steel manufacturing.
Future Steel Forum had 189 attendees over the two day event who learnt from talented speakers the impact that Industry 4.0 is having on the steel industry.
Organised by Quartz Business Media, the event was held in association with Steel Times International and consisted of a two-day conference and table top exhibition.
Future Steel Forum would like to thank all speakers, delegates, exhibitors and supporters of this year's event. We're looking forward to seeing where the next few years take the industry and the event!
"Future Steel Forum is the only event focused specifically on this topic which is extremely important for our industry.” Kristiaan Van Teutum, Fives Group
“The Forum focused on interesting topics which we can implement in our business. I'd recommend this event to colleagues.” Silvio Piller, Zumbach Electronic
“The conference content was very good, informative, aware of business, process and plant reality.” Surajit Sinh, Tata Steel India
“Future Steel Forum brought together an interesting group of participants and speakers who are clearly experts in their field. Industry 4.0 is vital to our business so I'd definitely recommend this event to colleagues at Tata Steel.” Simon Oglesby, Tata Steel
"The presentations were very interesting and I had useful discussions in the exhibition and during the networking breaks." Olivier Milon, ArcelorMittal
"Travelling to Future Steel Forum initially was a daunting task however the organiser's constant contact was very reassuring and shows how much they care about the event. The speakers throughout the conference were easy to understand, informative and very interesting." Ieuan Griffiths, PhD Student, University of South Wales
"As an outsider, it gave me a very good insight into current trends in the steel industry. The Future Steel Forum App was a great idea to encourage networking amongst all participants." Chris Hankin, Professor, Imperial College London