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New Cooling Stack On Order for Pilot Process Plant

24 May 2016 - A German plant engineering firm is building a new and larger gas cooling section for the Hlsarna steelmaking process pilot plant in the Netherlands, the company has announced.

TPC Wire & Cable Signs Distribution Agreement in Korea

24 May 2016 - U.S.-based TPC Wire & Cable Corp. has signed a distributor agreement with South Korea’s Broland Korea Co. Ltd., it has announced.

China Trying to Discourage Steel Exports, Industry Group Says

24 May 2016 - Exports of Chinese-made steel are being driven by market forces and rose last year in spite of government action intended to reduce incentives for selling overseas, the China Iron & Steel Association said, according to the Reuters news agency.

Iron Ore Producers Should Focus on the Long Term With China's Steel Mills, Says CISA

20 May 2016 - China Iron & Steel Association Secretary General Liu Zhenjiang said iron ore miners should seek longer-term, mutually beneficial supply deals with Chinese steel mills, instead to trying to turn a profit on short-term price increases, according to Platts.

Measurements Lab Completes Refurbishment of Deadweight Machine

20 May 2016 - Technicians have completed a 16-month project to refurbish the world’s largest deadweight machine, according to the U.S.-based National Institute of Standards and Technology.

AIST Appoints New Board President, Officers

20 May 2016 - The general manager of America’s largest integrated steel works has been named president of the Association for Iron & Steel Technology, the association has announced.

Commerce Department Slaps Chinese Cold Rolled Steel With Duties of More than 500 Percent

18 May 2016 - The U.S. Department of Commerce is imposing duties of more than 500 percent on Chinese-made cold rolled steel, an action likely to ratchet up trade tensions between the countries.

Steel Industry Urged to Embrace Innovation, and Quickly

17 May 2016 - United States Steel Corporation chief executive Mario Longhi issued a challenge to the steel industry, saying that it must innovate or run the risk of being displaced by other materials.

UAE Investment Firm Plans New Rebar Mill

17 May 2016 - An investment firm that is partly owned by the United Arab Emirates has signed an agreement to build a 300,000 metric ton rebar plant, reports The National newspaper.

Professor: Low Prices Leaves Less for Steel Research

16 May 2016 - New research tools are allowing metallurgists to gain an even better understanding of steel’s molecular structures, opening windows of insight into existing products and opening doors that could lead to improved processes.

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