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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. 

Judge OKs Stelco Sale

09 Jun 2017 - A Canadian judge approved Stelco’s restructuring plan and sale to U.S. investment firm Bedrock Industries Group on Friday, a decision that will allow the steelmaker to emerge from creditor protection as a standalone business. 

ANDRITZ Receives Order for Two Reheat Furnaces

09 Jun 2017 - Austrian machine builder ANDRITZ has won an order for two walking beam furnaces from ArcelorMittal’s Burns Harbor steel works in the U.S.

Romanian Mill Puts New Plate Leveler Into Service

09 Jun 2017 - ArcelorMittal’s integrated steel works in Romania has put its new Danieli hot leveler into service, according to the equipment supplier.  

Nucor Reveals Plans for North America's Widest Galvanizing Line

26 May 2017 - Nucor Corp. said it will invest US$176 million in a new galvanizing and pickling line at its Ghent, Ky., USA, sheet mill, adding 500,000 tons of capacity.

POSCO Looks to Create 'One-Stop Shop' For Components Verification With New Lab

19 May 2017 - South Korea-based POSCO has cut the ribbon a new components-forming laboratory at is global research and development center in Songdo. 

Essar Steel Algoma Makes Slow Progress on Restructuring

17 May 2017 - It appears that efforts to restructure Canada’s Essar Steel Algoma will continue into the summer, with the company seeking to extend its debtor-in-possession financing at least through August. 

Japan: U.S. Anti-Dumping Ruling ‘Unjust’

09 May 2017 - Japan’s steel producers are weighing their options following a U.S. decision last week to impose tariffs on cut-to-length plate from Japan and seven other countries.

Stelco Seeks Court Approval for Sale

08 May 2017 - Canada’s Stelco could emerge from creditor protection and officially come under new ownership next month, reports The Hamilton Spectator newspaper.

U.S. Trade Commission Affirms Tariffs on Cut-to-Length Plate

07 May 2017 - U.S. steel producers indeed have been harmed by imported cut-to-length plate from eight countries, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has affirmed.

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