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Joint Venture for Wire Rod Processing To Be Established in Mexico

03 Sep 2014 - Shinsho Corp. and Kobe Steel Ltd. have agreed with Metal One Corp., Osaka Seiko Ltd., Mexico’s Grupo Simec, and O&k American Corp. in the U.S. to establish a joint venture in Mexico to produce steel wire of cold heading (CH) quality.

New Caster at Gerdau’s St. Paul, Minn., Mill Begins Production

28 Aug 2014 - A US$60 million project to replace the continuous caster at Gerdau’s steel mill in St. Paul, Minn., is nearing completion.

Emerson’s New Monitoring Program Protects Rolling Mill Drives for Safe Increases in Mill Loads

25 Aug 2014 - Emerson Power Transmission Solutions is launching a new torque-amplification analysis program for precisely measuring the true torque loads and vibration frequencies experienced by rolling mill drives, as part of a program to help mills process tougher alloys, increase output with thicker slabs or higher speeds, protect against cold-end slabs, or mitigate torsional vibration.

ArcelorMittal Sends Second Shipment of Oversize Beams for German Bridge Project

21 Aug 2014 - This summer sees ArcelorMittal and CFL cargo repeating the feat achieved at the beginning of last year. On 18 August 2014, 14 more jumbo beams were transported by CFL cargo from ArcelorMittal Differdange to Dresden for use in the construction of a railway bridge by German rail company Deutsche Bahn.

Severstal Commissions New Long Product Mini-Mill in the Saratov Region

01 Aug 2014 - On 28 July 2014, OAO Severstal held the official presentation of the Balakovo Long Product Mill project in the Saratov Region of Russia.

SMS Meer to Supply Cooling Bed for Bar Mill Modernization at Deutsche Edelstahlwerke

29 Jul 2014 - Deutsche Edelstahlwerke has ordered a new rake-type cooling bed from SMS Meer for its Siegen works in Germany as part of the modernization of its bar mill.


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