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Primetals Technologies Announces Leadership Change

16 Feb 2018 - A veteran Mitsubishi manager has been named chairman and chief executive of Primetals Technologies, the company said on Friday. 

Japanese Steelmaker Eyes Hefty Capital Investments

14 Feb 2018 - The corporate parent of Japan’s JFE Steel Corp. plans to invest the equivalent of US$6 billion in upgrades to its mills over the next three years, JFE president Eiji Hayashida tells the Reuters news service. 

SAIL Lights New Blast Furnace, and Another Comes Down for Repair

14 Feb 2018 - The Steel Authority of India Ltd. has blown in a new blast furnace at its Bhilai Steel Plant, reports The (India) Economic Times. 

NLMK Names New President

14 Feb 2018 - Russian steelmaker NLMK has named senior vice president Grigory Fedorishin as its president and management board chairman-in-waiting.  

Tata Steel Might Be Considering Blast Furnace Reline at Welsh Plant

13 Feb 2018 - Tata Steel reportedly is considering a GBP75 million reline of a blast furnace at its Port Talbot Works in Wales, reports The (London) Telegraph. 

Essar Steel Attracts Offer from World's Leading Steel Producer

12 Feb 2018 - ArcelorMittal has laid an offer on the table for distressed flat-rolled producer Essar Steel India, the company disclosed on Monday. 

Severstal to Light a New Blast Furnace in 2022

07 Feb 2018 - Russia’s PAO Severstal said it plans to build a RUB28 billion (approximately US$486.6 million) blast furnace at its Cherepovets steel works.

Report: ArcelorMittal Divests Stake in Indian Steelmaker

07 Feb 2018 - ArcelorMittal is cashing out its stake in India’s Uttam Galva, freeing it to bid on troubled steel assets elsewhere in the country, reports India’s Business Standard.

17 Killed in Chinese Mill Accidents

07 Feb 2018 - Two separate gas leaks have claimed 17 lives at Chinese steel plants, according to the Reuters news service.

thyssenkrupp Workers OK Joint Venture Labor Deal

06 Feb 2018 - Rank-and-file members of German labor union IG Metall have overwhelmingly approved a labor agreement on the proposed joint venture between Tata Steel’s European strip business and thyssenkrupp’s steelmaking business.

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