AISTech is a can’t-miss event for those involved at every level of the steel industry. With more than 500 technical presentations and 110,000 ft2 of exhibit space, AISTech provides a global perspective on the technology and engineering expertise necessary to power a sustainable steel industry.
The steel industry’s trusted resource is updated for 2018. Comprehensive details on more than 1,500 North American steel producers, global suppliers, and facility tables are included. Each book includes a searchable USB.
Ever wonder how AIST supports the steel industry? Your participation and backing allows AIST to offer educational opportunities and sustainability programs to steel industry professionals and interested students.
Take charge of your career by joining AIST’s unique global network of steel industry professionals. Hundreds or educational resources and networking opportunities are provided to help individuals reach professional and corporate goals.
With more than 31,000 monthly website visitors, upwards of 26,000 monthly Iron & Steel Technology distributions, and 300+ annual sponsorship opportunities, AIST has the channels to get your brand recognized.
The primary focus is on the process and equipment customarily found within the “rolling mill” building, i.e., reheat furnace, rolling mill and finishing end.
This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of hot rolling steel strip and plate.
The making, shaping, and treating of steel are critical to product design, application, cost and performance.
Production and use of DRI in North America is increasing with the reduced price of natural gas due to advances in drilling technology.
John Ferriola, chairman, chief executive officer and president of Nucor Corp. was the highlight at AIST’s 2017 Leadership Conference. Mr. Ferriola answered questions for the audience speaking candidly about his life and career.
Computer rendering of Cleveland-Cliffs’ proposed US$700 million hot briquetted iron production plant at the Port of Toledo in Ohio. Construction of the plant, which will have a nominal capacity of 1.6 million metric tons, is expected to begin early this year. Midrex Technologies has been selected to design, engineer and procure the core equipment.