Network with me as a 
supplier for hydropower

Our customers' hydropower plants are located on one of the most of the most reliable electricity grids in the world. This is impossible without reliable and innovative suppliers.

That is why our purchasing team focuses on quality, commitment & risk minimisation. We have many good suppliers and business partners for many years and we are proud of them. But what if a supplier is overloaded? What if a supplier changes
changes due to economic, financial or personnel situation? We want and need to keep the risk of supplier failure as low as possible, That is why I am open to new enquiries via Linkedin or Xing, not least from a strategic point of view.

Product groups & services:
Runner service - Mechanical machining of large and small parts - Turbine service - Standard mechanical parts - Contract turning and milling - Cylindrical grinding - Carousel turning - Welding - CNC chamfering and CNC turning - Seals - Bearings - Hydraulic components - Power units - Servo motors - Block production - Bolted joints - Raw material - Forged parts - Cast parts - Bar steel - Corrosion protection - Coatings - Heat treatments - Testing - Non-destructive testing (VT, PT, MT, UT) and much more . ..

Mario Jufer
Andritz Hydro AG

Senior Procurement Manager | Modernisation of hydropower plants | Strategic and operational procurement | Expert in supplier management and risk analysis | Outsourcing of orders

#procurement, #hydropower #subcontracting
Kriens - Luzern - Switzerland

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Current challenges

The steel market is currently facing many challenges that make it difficult to procure steel. Here are some of the current difficulties:

Supply shortage: The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many steel mills and supply chains, resulting in available steel and supply shortages.Price increase: High demand and supply shortages have led to sharp price increases in steel products.

Product price: Prices of raw materials such as iron ore and coke, which are needed to make steel, have risen sharply in recent months, increasing the cost of steel products.

Trade dispute: Trade disputes such as the conflict between the US and China could also contribute to steel shortages and higher. prices. 

Overcapacity: There is overcapacity in steel production in some parts of the world, which could lead to oversupply and falling prices.Overall, the current situation in the steel market is very volatile and it is difficult to predict how the situation will develop in the future. However, companies should prepare for the above challenges and carefully monitor their supply chains to minimise the potential impact on their business.