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Steel Industry Urged to Embrace Innovation, and Quickly

17 May 2016 - United States Steel Corporation chief executive Mario Longhi issued a challenge to the steel industry, saying that it must innovate or run the risk of being displaced by other materials.

AIST's Annual Trade Show to See One of Its Best Turnouts

15 May 2016 - More than 7,500 people are expected to attend the Association for Iron & Steel Technology’s annual conference and exposition, AISTech, which informally opened Sunday in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Explosion Causes US$5 Million in Damage to Ohio Mill

10 May 2016 - North Star BlueScope Steel is continuing to produce steel following a weekend explosion and fire at its Ohio, USA, sheet mill.

Commercial Metals Marks Start of Oklahoma Mill Construction

29 Apr 2016 - U.S.-based Commercial Metals Co. broke ground on its new micro-mill in Oklahoma on Friday, kicking off a project that will help the company expand into five states.

Founder of EAF Supplier EMPCO Ltd. Dies at 85

26 Apr 2016 - Edgar R. Wunsche, an engineer who founded Ontario-based EMPCO Ltd. and an AIST Life Member, died Friday, 22 April 2016, at Toronto General Hospital in Canada. He was 85.

Electrode Maker Establishes Sales Office in Canada

22 Apr 2016 - Graphite electrode manufacturer SANGRAF International is opening a Canadian sales office and has hired an industry veteran to call on the electric arc furnace shops there, the company has announced.

Report: Tata May Have Hard Time Finding Buyer for U.K. Business

07 Apr 2016 - After Tata Steel announced that it would look to divest its U.K. business last week, the hope has been for a quick sale to a buyer with a turn-around plan.

Voestalpine Signs Another Customer for its Texas HBI

04 Apr 2016 - Voestalpine has found another taker for the hot briquetted iron it will be producing at its new direct reduction plant in Texas.

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