Learn about the growing development around digitalization, sustainability and reducing carbon footprint in the European steel industry
In case you missed it, members can now check out yesterday’s virtual Steelmaker of the Year and Hogan Memorial Lecture Award Presentations on AIST.org. Get inspired by Leon Topalian’s encouraging words on what we can expect for the steel industry in 2020 and beyond and hear some of the key’s behind John Ferriola’s renowned success — certainly a must watch in our book.
The Town Hall Forum provides an insider’s view into today’s business climate from the people who know: a panel of respected leaders from some of the steel industry’s best-regarded companies.
Register now to hear industry experts to discuss topics and events impacting the steel community.
Take charge of your career by joining AIST’s unique global network of steel industry professionals. Hundreds of educational resources and networking opportunities are provided to help individuals reach professional and corporate goals.
The health of our members, partners and staff is AIST’s prime concern. Due to current state and local regulations regarding allowable meeting size and travel, we are transitioning our Fall technology training conferences to virtual events. While we are disappointed not to be able to meet in person, we believe we have created strong programs to further increase your technical knowledge.
Overview of process lines, including — pickling, annealing, galvanizing, cleaning, plating, painting, skinpass rolling, leveling, slitting and special processes.
Secondary steelmaking refractory maintenance is vital to both productivity and safety in a meltshop and caster.
Optimizing the resource-consuming processes and the environmental control systems that are typically found in steel mills.
After automating material handling systems for more than a decade, Morgan Automation Systems will apply its automation expertise to the water treatment facility at SDI’s new Sinton, Texas, steel mill.
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California Steel Industries Inc.’s state-of-the-art high-frequency welding pipe mill was completed in 2014. Pictured is the exit side of the traveling cutoff machine, which allows the forming and welding line to continually operate while the continuous-length pipe is cut into discrete individual pipes