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Tenaris Expands in U.S. Through US$1.2B Deal

22 Mar 2019 - Tenaris has signed an agreement to acquire PAO TMK’s North American pipe and tube business for US$1.2 billion.

CMC Sees Q2 Profits Increase; Eyes Investments in New Rebar Facilities

22 Mar 2019 - Scrapper and long steel manufacturer Commercial Metals Company saw its second-quarter profits rise despite lower scrap prices and shipments, the company reported.

To Recruit and Retain Workers, U. S. Steel Sweetens Benefits Package

22 Mar 2019 - United States Steel Corporation is rolling out an enhanced benefits package for nonunion employees, offering up to eight weeks of paid parental leave, domestic partner health insurance coverage and extended bereavement leave.

Line Pipe Manufacturer to Upgrade Louisiana Plants

22 Mar 2019 - Louisiana line pipe maker Stupp Corp. is investing US$22 million in upgrades to its two pipe plants in Baton Rouge.

Longtime U. S. Steel Manager to Lead Great Lakes Works

21 Mar 2019 - United States Steel Corporation has named a 24-year company veteran to lead its Great Lakes Works in Michigan.

Nucor, SDI Annouce First-Quarter Earnings Guidance

21 Mar 2019 - Nucor Corp. and Steel Dynamics Inc. said they each expect that lower earnings in their sheet mill operations will impact first-quarter profits.

U.S. Trade Commission Issues Affirmative Rulings in Two Steel Cases

21 Mar 2019 - The U. S. International Trade Commission will allow a dumping and subsidy investigation into fabricated structural steel to proceed, and it has cleared the way for duties to be imposed on another product.

Report: Tata Proposes Divestiture to Win OK for thyssenkrupp European Joint Venture

21 Mar 2019 - Tata Steel reportedly is willing to sacrifice parts of its steel packaging operations in Europe to gain regulatory approval for its planned joint venture with thyssenkrupp, reports the Reuters news service.

'There's a Lot of Pride Here': JSW Mingo Junction Looks For Success as It Ramps Up

21 Mar 2019 - At JSW Steel’s restarted mill in Mingo Junction, Ohio, USA, veteran operators, who thought they’d never see the facility run again, are again making steel – and coaching the next generation. At the same time, they’re restoring some hope to the blue-collar town.

What’s the Key Challenge for Planned EAF Mills? Timing.

15 Mar 2019 - The new EAF mills that are being built in the southern U.S. will need to confront a few challenges related to raw materials procurement and workforce recruitment, according the president of the Steel Manufacturers Association.

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