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Lifting Steel Tariffs Necessitates Continued Vigilance, SMA Says

20 May 2019 - The Steel Manufacturers Association hopes that the removal of the Section 232 tariffs on Canadian and Mexican steel will clear the way for a new North American free trade agreement, but said that close monitoring of steel imports is still needed.

Nucor Bar Mill to Upgrade Process Capability

20 May 2019 - Nucor Corp. on Monday revealed plans to equip its Darlington, S.C., bar and rod mill with a vacuum degassing system, allowing it to meet even higher quality specifications.

Three Steel Manufacturers Win GM Supplier Honors

20 May 2019 - AK Steel Corp., Nucor Corp. and China’s Baoshan Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. have earned a high mark from one of their automotive customers.

It Took Three Years to Build Bethlehem Steel's Headquarters. It Was Demolished in Seconds.

20 May 2019 - Demolition crews brought down Bethlehem Steel’s iconic headquarters building on Sunday morning, leveling another vestige of the once dominant company.   

ArcelorMittal Allocates US$162 Million for Burns Harbor Improvements

15 May 2019 - ArcelorMittal will invest US$162 million in its integrated Burns Harbor facility in Indiana, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana. 

U.S. Nears Resolution to 232 Tariff Dispute With Canada, Mexico

15 May 2019 - U.S. negotiators are coming close to an agreement with Mexico and Canada on the Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs, according to reports. 

A Heavy Lift: Danieli Delivers Crane Weighing 2,700 Tons to Steel Works

15 May 2019 - With the help of a number of sub-contractors, Danieli has delivered a new 50-ton-capacity grab ship unloader to ArcelorMittal Ghent, the equipment supplier reports.  

Report: U.S. Officials Might Be Close to Canada Deal on Section 232 Tariffs

14 May 2019 - American and Canadian officials could be closing in on an agreement that would lift the Section 232 tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, according to Politico. 

Fives Wins Contract for Polish Reheat Furnace Rebuild

14 May 2019 - Polish steel producer Cognor S.A. has contracted Fives to overhaul a reheat furnace at its steel plant in Krakow, according to an announcement from the supplier. 

Primetals Technologies Undertakes Caster Overhaul

14 May 2019 - China’s Angang Iron & Steel Group Co. has contracted Primetals Technologies to rebuild the No. 1 slab caster at its Anshan plant in the Liaoning province. 

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