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USW to Trump: Get on With It Already

27 Jul 2017 - In regard to the Trump administration’s decision to delay action on new steel trade measures, the United Steelworkers union has this much to say: “What are you waiting for?”

U. S. Steel Posts US$162 Million Profit in Second Quarter

26 Jul 2017 - United States Steel Corporation swung to profitability in the second quarter on higher average steel prices. 

AK Steel Sets Maintenance and Project Outages at Mansfield, Middletown Facilities

26 Jul 2017 - AK Steel said it will spend US$26 million on upgrades to its Mansfield Works, the company said on Wednesday.  

Allegheny Technologies Signs Supply Agreement for Specialty Aerospace Materials

26 Jul 2017 - Aircraft engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has signed a long-term purchase agreement with Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) for isothermal forgings and nickel-based powder alloys, materials for its next-generation jet engines. 

The Industry Will Have to Wait Longer For Section 232 Decision

26 Jul 2017 - For those awaiting President Donald Trump’s decision on whether to impose new tariffs on imported steel, you’re going to have to wait longer. 

Nucor CEO: It's Time to Support the American Steel Industry

25 Jul 2017 - As Nucor Corp. chairman and chief executive John Ferriola sees it, the United States is in a trade war. And it’s losing. 

Nucor Approaches 2 Million Tons of Auto Steel Shipments

21 Jul 2017 - Nucor Corp. is closing in on its goal to ship 2 million tons of automotive steel annually, chief executive John Ferriola has said. 

Steel Dynamics Takes One to the Snout

21 Jul 2017 - A bad line component forced Steel Dynamics Inc.’s (SDI) new Galvalume and paint lines to go down in the second quarter, contributing to an estimated US$30 million impact on earnings, SDI chief executive Mark Millett said on Thursday.  

U.S. Commerce Department Affirms Rebar Tariffs

21 Jul 2017 - The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday set final antidumping margins of 3.5% on imported rebar from Taiwan. 

Red Bud Ships Processing Line to Service Center

21 Jul 2017 - Red Bud Industries recently shipped one of its precision blanking lines to Atlanta, Ga.-based Conklin Metal Industries, a steel service center and distributor of HVAC and duct fabrication supplies. 

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