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steelrx.com launches magazine

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NEW DELHI: Online steel trading portal steelrx.com has launched a monthly magazine.

Aimed mainly at the iron and steel trade, the first issue was released here on Monday at the Ministry of Steel by the Joint Secretary in the Steel Ministry, Mr J.P. Singh.

The magazine provides updated monthly statistics on steel production, prices of various grades of steel as well as results of various domestic steel companies.

The CEO of steelrx.com, Mr Y.P.S. Suri, said that though there were several steel publications coming out already, most in general lack the perspective and drown the reader with too much information. It is this gap that the steelrx.com publication wants to fill up, he said.

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