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Equipment Upgrade Helps ArcelorMittal Expand Piling Products Portfolio

23 Nov 2015 - ArcelorMittal’s Belval sheet piling mill in Luxembourg has put a new SMS group Compact Roller Straightener into service, allowing the mill to expand its product portfolio, SMS has announced.

AIST Reinvents the Steel Wheel

23 Nov 2015 - The Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST) has created an online, interactive educational tool designed to help the public understand how steel is made.

LME's New Steel Contracts Make Market Debut

23 Nov 2015 - The London Metal Exchange launched its new rebar and steel scrap contracts today, but so far there hasn’t been much interest, according to Reuters news service.

Expanding on Previous Acquisition, Atlas Copco Sweeps Up Second Vacuum Business

20 Nov 2015 - Swedish compressor manufacturer Atlas Copco is acquiring Oerlikon’s Leybold Vacuum business in a deal based on an enterprise value of CHF525 million, the company said.

Redesigned Forest Harvester Takes Home Swedish Steel Prize

20 Nov 2015 - Finnish forestry machine maker Ponsse and its next-generation Scorpion harvester have been awarded SSAB’s Swedish Steel Prize.

POSCO Orders Vertical Annealing Furnace for New Galvanizing Line

19 Nov 2015 - The Fives engineering group has won a contract to design and build a high-performance vertical annealing furnace for a POSCO plant, the company has announced.

Timken Co. Announces Plans for Second Romanian Facility

19 Nov 2015 - Bearings manufacturer The Timken Co. is planning to build a new plant in Romania, its second facility in the country, the company has announced.

With Steelmaking Still Months Off, Tata Steel Dedicates New Integrated Plant

18 Nov 2015 - Tata Steel has inaugurated its new 6-million-metric-ton integrated steelworks in India, even though it will be a few more months before steelmaking begins.

Analysts: Cheap Debt Contributing to Steel's Oversupply

17 Nov 2015 - Inexpensive credit has allowed unprofitable production to be maintained, supporting the continued glut of steel on the market, according to analysts at financial services firm Macquarie Group.

ThyssenKrupp Testing Coke Oven Emissions Scrubbing Process

17 Nov 2015 - ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions, in conjunction with Berlin Technical University and ThyssenKrupp’s Schwelgern coke plant, are testing a pilot facility that converts process gas into ammonium bicarbonate.

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