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Taylor-Winfield Names New Vice President

24 Feb 2017 - Ohio-based Taylor-Winfield Technologies. Inc. has promoted Richard A. Gunter to vice president of operations, the company has announced. 

Tubemaker Puts ERW Mill on Order

24 Feb 2017 - Danieli W+K has won an order for a new ERW pipe mill from Bulgarian cold -rolled coil and tube maker Silva Mash, the mill supplier has announced.

New Rotary Discharge Machine Put Into Service at Australian Steelworks

24 Feb 2017 - AUMUND Fördertechnik GmbH has built and installed a new rotary discharge machine serving the coke handling system at BlueScope Steel Ltd.’s Port Kembla Works in New South Wales, Australia.

Two Steelmakers Merge Brazilian Long Products Operations

24 Feb 2017 - ArcelorMittal Brazil is acquiring Latin American producer Votorantim SA’s Brazilian long steel business, according to announcements from the companies. 

Acquisition Extends Zekelman Industries' Reach in Hollow Structural Sections Market

23 Feb 2017 - Pipe and tube producer Zekelman Industries has acquired Alabama, USA-based American Tube Manufacturing Inc. for an undisclosed amount, Zekelman Industries has announced. 

Canadian Ore Producer Set to Begin Work on New Mine

23 Feb 2017 - Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore Company of Canada will invest CA$79 million to open a new open-pit mine in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Its New Steel Works Now Open, an Open-Die Forger Sets a Casting Record

23 Feb 2017 - South Korea’s TAEWOONG Co. Ltd. has set a new steelmaking record, becoming the first to successfully produce 1,000 mm blooms on a curved continuous caster, according to an announcement. 

HarbisonWalker International Plans New Refractories Plant

22 Feb 2017 - Refractories manufacturer HarbisonWalker International plans to build a US$30 million monolithic refractories plant in the Ohio River Valley, the company has announced.  

Nucor-Yamato Steel Upgrade Incorporates Voith Driveline Products

22 Feb 2017 - Nucor-Yamato Steel Co. has chosen two Voith driveline products as part of recent upgrades to its No. 2 rolling mill, Voith tells AIST’s Steel News.  

Commerce Department Might Expand Anti-Subsidy Duties on Turkish Rebar

22 Feb 2017 - The U.S. Commerce Department has set preliminary anti-subsidy duties on Turkish rebar, potentially expanding orders on an existing case.  

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