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Commercial Metals Sees Third-Quarter Profits Rise

22 Jun 2017 - Stronger shipments of scrap and mill products helped advance Commercial Metals Company’s third-quarter profits, which rose to US$39.3 million, the company said Thursday. 

Paul Wurth Lands Order for Blast Furnace Charging Systems

22 Jun 2017 - SMS Group’s Paul Wurth unit has been awarded contracts to design and supply four central-feed Bell Less Top charging systems and other equipment to a Chinese iron plant. 

Egyptian Rebar Producer Upgrades Rolling Mill Controls

22 Jun 2017 - Danieli Automation recently completed upgrades to a rolling mill control system at an Ezz Steel facility in Egypt. 

Texas HBI Plant Passes Performance Tests

21 Jun 2017 - The world´s largest single-module hot briquetted iron plant successfully completed its performance-guarantee tests, reports the facility’s technology supplier. 

To Survive, thyssenkrupp Turns Toward Another Business

21 Jun 2017 - Germany’s biggest steelmaker has a strategy that it hopes will allow it to succeed in a world awash in low-cost steel: make something other than steel. 

Global Steel Production Rose in May

21 Jun 2017 - The world's crude steel production rose to 143.3 million metric tons in May, an increase of 2% over the same month last year, according to World Steel Association figures. 

JSW Steel's U.S. Operation Wins Conditional Approval to Upgrade Plate Mill

19 Jun 2017 - JSW Steel’s board has given the preliminary go-ahead to a plan to modernize the steelmaker’s plate mill at its Baytown, Texas, USA, facility, the company announced Monday. 

U.S. OKs Tariffs on Imported Rebar

19 Jun 2017 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has cleared the way for the imposition of new tariffs on imported rebar from two countries. 

NATO Members to Trump: Not All Steel Imports Are a National Security Risk

19 Jun 2017 - Some of NATO’s European members are pressing the Trump administration to rethink setting restrictions on steel imports based on national security concerns, reports the (London) Financial Times.

Liberty House Puts an Offer Down For U.K. Bar Producer

19 Jun 2017 - Metals entrepreneur Sanjeev Gupta and his Liberty House Group reportedly are making a rescue bid for an ailing bar and beam producer in the U.K. 

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