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Tata Group Dumps Chairman, Launches Search for Successor

24 Oct 2016 - In a surprise move, Indian conglomerate Tata Group ousted its chairman on Monday and named a member of Tata's founding family to temporarily succeed him.

Canadian Legislators to Study Steel Dumping

24 Oct 2016 - A Canadian parliamentary committee is undertaking a study of the factors that are hindering the country’s steelmakers from competing internationally, including unfair trade.

Jamshedpur 'One of the World's Most Enduring Company Towns'

24 Oct 2016 - In India’s Steel City, Jamshedpur, Tata Steel and its Jamshedpur Works isn’t simply an employer. It’s a way of life.

Senator Says Steel Allowed Him to Walk Away From Car Crash

24 Oct 2016 - Say what you will about aluminum-bodied vehicles, but U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, who was in a traffic accident last week, will say this about the ones made from steel:

Steel Dynamics Announces Investments in Bar, Sheet Plants

21 Oct 2016 - Steel Dynamics Inc. plans to invest US$43 million in projects at is Butler flat-rolled division and its Roanoke, Va., merchant bar plant, chief executive Mark Millett announced on Thursday.

Ferriola Confident Big River Won't Drain Nucor's Business

21 Oct 2016 - Nucor Corp. is prepared to battle start-up Big River Steel, and, in fact, believes it has the upper hand on its new competitor, Nucor chief executive John Ferriola said Thursday.

Canadian Researchers Getting Close to Start of Pilot-Scale Coke Oven

20 Oct 2016 - The Canadian Carbonization Research Association’s pilot-scale energy recovery coke oven is about 70 to 75 percent complete and is scheduled to start up sometime in January or February, according to CanmetENERGY’s Louis Giroux.

Panel: As Rail Logistics Evolve, Communication Will Be Key

19 Oct 2016 - With shipments on the decline, it will be critical for coal buyers and coke makers to communicate and maintain close relationships with the railroads, according to a panel of logistics professionals who spoke Wednesday during the Smithers Apex Met Coke World Summit in Pittsburgh.

Capacity Reduction Will Happen Later Rather Than Sooner, Says Consultant

19 Oct 2016 - By the time the industry closes the books on 2016, China likely will have exported about 120 million tons of steel, Steel-Insights President Becky E. Hites said on Wednesday.

EAF Production to Gain Ground, But BOF Production to Remain King

18 Oct 2016 - Electric arc furnace-based steel production will continue to grow faster than basic oxygen furnace production over the next several years, but the latter of the two will remain the dominant method, CRU North American steel consultant Josh Spoores said on Tuesday.

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