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Mark your calendars for 6 December 2021 — housing and registration open for Steel’s #1 Conference and Exposition.
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.
With the steel industry experiencing record-breaking gains, we expect AISTech 2022 to be a record-breaking event! The floor plan is already more than 80% sold — don’t wait to reserve your spot! The clock is ticking and booth space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
This 2.5-day forum is intended to complement regional steel programming, while fulfilling AIST's mission to advance steel technology through education and the creation of important peer networks for our industry. Experts from the regional and international steel industry will discuss the latest industry innovations and share their experiences as the industry moves to the cutting edge of technological advancements.
Covers safety, the basics of electrical and mechanical features of electric arc furnaces, refractories, and the role of raw materials.
The seminar will contain both theoretical presentations and real-world case studies from long products producers in North America.
Improving energy efficiency will not only drive down costs in the production of steel but it will also reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The digital transformation (DT) journey continues to be a critical component for all steel companies.
Overview of process lines, including — pickling, annealing, galvanizing, cleaning, plating, painting, skinpass rolling, leveling, slitting and special processes.
Presentations focused on safe work practices and ergonomics; electrical, mechanical and structural maintenance techniques; crane inspection technologies; and best practices in EOT crane modernizations.
AIST recognizes, through peer review, the active leadership and significant contributions of individuals and companies to AIST and the global iron and steel industry. Do you know someone who has improved and advanced the steelmaking process? There's no need to wait — nominate them today for an AIST Award.
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By integrating automated crane and transfer car management, coil tracking, and ground-based safety into a single system, Morgan’s CEPHAS automated coil yard delivers the latest in Industry 4.0 technology while eliminating the need for outdoor coil storage. Morgan’s proprietary CEPHAS software tracks coil size, temperature, and downstream process or shipping destination to determine the optimal placement of coils on a custom coil-dense yard map. Pictured is automated coil storage at Big River Steel, a U. S. Steel company.