European Steel Day 2019 will take place on Wednesday, 26 June 2019 at the Concert Noble in Brussels.
European Steel Day 2019: Transitioning to the future of EU industry will examine the many changes taking place in the EU and the world today – for instance, in environment and trade policy – and how these changes will affect not just the European steel industry, but also sectors related to it. It will look at how policy makers and business leaders intend to continue the transition to a cleaner, more circular EU economy in the coming years.
European Steel Day 2019 will also bring together newly (re)elected policy makers to provide a platform for political discussion on the future of EU industry – alongside steel stakeholders to discuss their respective visions of the future of the EU and its industrial policy in this 2019 election year, including expressing their own priorities.
Hosted by the European Steel Association, speakers at the European Steel Day include key policy makers, top industry executives and important stakeholder representatives.
Members of the press are welcome to attend European Steel Day 2019: Transitioning to the future of EU industry. A press conference precedes the main event. This press conference starts at 14:00 and is exclusively for journalists.
European Steel Day 2019 is being held in the Concert Noble on Wednesday, 26 June 2019. Doors open to the public at 14:15 with the conference beginning at 14:45.
Concert Noble, Rue d’Arlon 82, 1000 Brussels
The easiest way to get to the European Steel Day 2019 in the Concert Noble is to use public transport.
From the airport:
BUS: The bus 12 runs a regular service from Zaventem airport, stopping at Place du Luxembourg. It is a 5 minute walk from the terminus at Place Luxembourg.
TRAIN: The train stops ‘Luxembourg’ and ‘Schuman’ are both close by. A regular service runs from the airport to these stations.
CAR/TAXI: A taxi should cost around €35 from the airport. On street parking near the venue is paid, but can be in short supply. Car parks are present in the nearby streets (interparking).
Car or taxi: A taxi should cost around €20 from the Gare du Midi. On street parking near the venue is paid, but can be in short supply. Car parks are present in the nearby streets (interparking).
Metro: The nearest metro station to the venue is ‘Maelbeek’. Board at Gare du Midi, change at Arts Loi for connection to the East-West line 1/5.
Avenue de Cortenbergh, 172 • B-1000 Brussels, Belgium
+32 2 738 79 20 • firstname.lastname@example.org
EU Transparency Register: ID 93038071152-83