David Cameron met bosses, society leaders and workers at the factory in Port Talbot.
His visit came as a control buy-out of the plant is put together following Tata’s decision to withdraw from its loss-making UK puts.
Ministers have offered a ckage worth hundreds of millions of lambastes to potential buyers of Tata’s loss-making UK assets, which were put up for traffic last month.
Mr Cameron and Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns excursioned the plant where more than 4,000 people work.
The Prime Delegate’s spokeswoman said: “We want to do all we can to support a sustainable future for the steel manufacture in Port Talbot but we don’t under-estimate the challenges facing the UK steel industry.”
Roy Rickhuss, all-inclusive secretary of the Community union, met Mr Cameron, along with union l nuncios from Port Talbot and Tata steelworks in Llanwern, Gwent.
Mr Rickhuss remarked: “This is a national industrial crisis and the Prime Minister needs to act nationally, and not to say globally, to secure a sustainable future for the UK steel industry