On June 3, the World Iron and Steel Association (WISA) officially released the World Steel Statistics 2021 report, which released the production ranking of the world’s major steel companies in 2020. 29 Chinese steel companies have entered the world’s top 50, with China Baowu topping the list. In addition, the journal introduces the overall development of the steel industry up to 2020 by analyzing key indicators such as steel production, apparent steel consumption and global steel trade volume.
According to the 2020 production ranking table of major steel companies, 29 Chinese steel companies occupy the top 50 positions of global steel companies by 2020 production. Followed by wu iron and steel group, China steel group, shagang group, anshan iron and steel group, jianlong group, shougang group, shandong iron and steel group, delong group, valin group, the big group, benxi steel group, liuzhou iron &steel group co.are presented.the group, dedication, baotou steel group, rizhao iron and steel, hebei xinhua united metallurgical holding group, China Taiwan’s China steel company, citic Pacific’s special steel group, shan steel group, Zhongtian Iron & Steel Group, Guangxi Shenglong Metallurgy, Nanjing Iron & Steel Group, Fujian Sangang Group, Ansteel Group, Hebei Donghai Special Steel Group, Qingshan Holding Group, Xinyu Iron & Steel Group, Jiusteel Group, Jinxi Group.
China’s Baowu Iron & Steel Group tops the list, producing 115 million tons in 2020. He Steel Group ranks third with output of 44 million tons in 2020. Shagang Group is a close fourth, with output of 0.42m tonnes in 2020. Other Chinese steelmakers in the top 10 include Anshan Iron and Steel Group, with output of 0.38 million tons in 2020; The output of Jianlong Group will reach 36 million tons in 2020. Shougang Group will produce 34 million tons in 2020; Shandong Iron and Steel Group will produce 31 million tons in 2020.
The total world crude steel output in 2020 was 1.878 billion tons, according to the report. In 2020, the world’s top three steel producers are China, India and Japan in turn. In 2020, China’s crude steel output is 1.065 billion tons, accounting for 56.7%; India’s crude steel output is 100.3 million tons, accounting for 5.3%; Japan’s crude steel output is 83 million tons, accounting for 4.4%.