Germany's Thyssenkrupp is expecting steel cutput cuts to last into summer, depending on how end-user markets as well as the COVID-19 pandemic develop. its CFO, Klaus Keysberg, said on Tuesday.Along with other steelmakers. Thyssenkrupp has been hit by decreased demand from end-user markets such as the automotive industryThyssenkrupp reduced production following shutdowns in March and took out blast furnace A at semis producer HKM, adjusted blast furnaces at its integrated mills and reduced downstream processes by 30% at its steel unit, Keysberg saidlProduction cuts were likely to be in place until summer depending on how the CoVID-19 pandemic and demand develop. and the Company might ramp up to a 20% reduction. he added.