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In Indiana, Steelworkers Rally Over U. S. Steel Layoffs, and ArcelorMittal Advances Optimization Plan

26 Aug 2016 - The United Steelworkers union is rallying this afternoon in downtown Gary, Ind., protesting U. S. Steel Corp.’s decision to layoff approximately three dozen maintenance workers at the Gary Works, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana.

Report: China Weighing Plan to Combine Steelmakers

02 Aug 2016 - Chinese officials are thinking about consolidating some of the country’s largest steelmakers into two behemoth companies, according to the Bloomberg news service.

Nucor Executives See Much Potential in Texas Plate Mill Acquisition

21 Jul 2016 - Nucor executives are upbeat about the company’s US$29 million investment in a Texas plate mill, saying it is a well-run, well-equipped facility that will give Nucor access to new value-added niche markets.

Northwest Pipe to Curtail Water Pipe Capacity, Announces Plant Closure

13 Jul 2016 - Washington-based Northwest Pipe Co. is closing its Denver, Colo., facility in an effort to reduce its steel water pipe production capacity, the company has announced.

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