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The Time is Now for Meaningful Commitments on Capacity Reductions, SMA Chairman Says

26 Aug 2016 - In spite of new trade laws and a spate of anti-dumping cases, unfairly traded steel imports continue to pose significant challenges for U.S. steelmakers, the chairman of the Steel Manufacturers Association said on Friday.

Cliffs Natural Resources, Steelworkers Shake Hands on New Labor Agreement

26 Aug 2016 - North American iron ore miner Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. has reached a tentative labor agreement with the United Steelworkers union, the company announced on Friday.

Billions of Rupees Committed to a New Mill, Plans for Another Set Aside

26 Aug 2016 - India’s JSW Steel plans to commit the equivalent of US$7.5 billion to build a large steel works in the state of Odisha, reports the Business Standard newspaper.

In Indiana, Steelworkers Rally Over U. S. Steel Layoffs, and ArcelorMittal Advances Optimization Plan

26 Aug 2016 - The United Steelworkers union is rallying this afternoon in downtown Gary, Ind., protesting U. S. Steel Corp.’s decision to layoff approximately three dozen maintenance workers at the Gary Works, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana.

JFE Steel, thyssenkrupp to License Each Other's Sheet-Forming Technology

25 Aug 2016 - Japan’s JFE Steel Corp. and thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG have signed an agreement to cross-license each other’s flangeless automotive sheet-forming technologies, the steelmakers have announced.

Temporary Mill Shutdowns in China May Halt Advancing Iron Ore Prices

25 Aug 2016 - Amid reports of orders for Chinese mills to shut down during the G20 summit in Hangzhou early next month, iron ore traders are likely to be keeping a close eye on the markets for signs of a retreat in prices.

Konecranes Says Its Hoist Business Can Stand on Its Own Financially

24 Aug 2016 - Had it been a stand-alone entity, Konecranes’ STAHL CraneSystems business would have posted earnings of EUR30 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization in 2015, the company said on Thursday.

Essar Minnesota Lists US$1.1B in Liabilities

24 Aug 2016 - Essar Steel Minnesota owes US$1.1 billion, more than five times the value of its reported assets, reports the Mesabi Daily News newspaper.

Report: Nippon Steel Looking for Advice on Splitting Brazil's Usiminas

24 Aug 2016 - Japan’s Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. is looking for help on drafting plans to split Brazil’s Usiminas between itself and Usiminas’ other controlling shareholder, Techint Group, reports the Reuters news service.

Tata Steel Initiates Exports of New Iron Product

24 Aug 2016 - Tata Steel said its new Kalinganagar steel works in India shipped its first export batch of an alternative iron product called Tata Ferroshots.

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