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Steelmaker Completes Improvements to Furnace Emissions System

26 Sep 2016 - Italy’s Acciaierie Bertoli Safau SpA has upgraded its emissions treatment capabilities, adding a system to better control the release of dioxins.

Egyptian Rebar Maker Inaugurates New Steel Shop

16 Sep 2016 - Egypt’s El Marakby Steel has fired up a new meltshop and caster at its rebar plant in Giza, allowing it to make steel in-house.

Danieli to Upgrade Turkish Meltshop

31 Aug 2016 - Turkey’s Kroman Çelik Sanayil is upgrading the injection system and installing Danieli’s Q-Melt Automatic EAF technology in its meltshop, Danieli has announced.

This Isn't Hot Air: Praxair, Linde Discussing Possible Merger

16 Aug 2016 - Industrial gas supplier Praxair Inc. said it is discussing a possible merger with Germany’s Linde AG, the company announced on Tuesday.

Steel Dynamics Acquires Scrap Yards in Tennessee, Mississippi

15 Aug 2016 - Metals recycler Sims Metal Management Ltd. has divested certain scrap yards in the eastern United States, selling them to Steel Dynamics Inc. for an undisclosed amount, according to reports.

German EAF Mill Commissions New Furnace Manipulator

12 Aug 2016 - German specialty steelmaker BGH has commissioned an automatic temperature and sampling manipulator on an electric arc furnace at its Freital facility, according to the vendor on the project.

Scientist Suggests a New Steelmaking Ingredient: Used Tires

10 Aug 2016 - A scientist at the University of New South Wales in Australia says she has come up with a new use for old tires: grind them up and inject them as carbon into electric arc furnaces.

Harsco Establishes Operations at Egyptian Mill

09 Aug 2016 - Mill contractor Harsco Corp. will provide slag and scrap management services for an Egyptian steel mill under a new multiyear agreement, the company has announced.

Commerce Department Sets Duties on Hot Rolled Coil Imports

08 Aug 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department will impose anti-dumping duties of between 3.7 and 34.3 percent on hot rolled coil from seven countries, the department has announced.

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