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Serves as the voice of the North American steel industry in the public policy arena and advances the case for steel in marketplace as the material of choice.
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ArcelorMittal USA 20h
Cathy Booker, a technician at our Global R&D Center in East Chicago, pulls a piece of Martensitic grade from the No. 3 continuous annealing line at Indiana Harbor to run qualification tests for .
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SMDISteel 20h
Congratulations to the 2019 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel award winners, earning the highest honor bestowed on building projects by . Learn more about this year’s winning projects:
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Steel: EnviroMetal Feb 19
Steel can continuously from one steel product to another—meaning your old car can become your appliance of tomorrow. Steel is the EnviroMetal.
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ArcelorMittal USA Feb 15
It was nothing short of a heroic effort by our employees across the Midwest to keep our facilities running during the recent ❄️ Check out how and quick-thinking protected ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor 👇
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AISI Feb 14
“Tariffs are fortifying the backbone of this nation: Steel” by Thomas J. Gibson, president and CEO, -
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SMDISteel Feb 13
Future mobility is . As planned fleet vehicles become the norm, the durability and fatigue performance will become increasingly important.
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ArcelorMittal USA Feb 13
ArcelorMittal garnered top honors and recognition from some of our valued customers in 2018. Congratulations to our dedicated employees for achieving such outstanding results! 🎉
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Short Span Steel Feb 12
St. Clair County, MI cut costs and road closure time by using the Con-Struct™ system for two new short span ,
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ArcelorMittal USA Feb 11
Thank you, ! Global steel overcapacity, a large share of it in China, has led to high levels of dumped and subsidized imports in the U.S. market, causing severe economic harm and significant job losses.
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Short Span Steel Feb 11
from a disassembled can be used again for another project, saving time and costs? Learn more,
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U. S. Steel Feb 11
We announced the restart of construction on a technologically advanced electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmaking facility at its Tubular Operations in Fairfield, Ala., adding about 150 full-time employees.
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SMDISteel Feb 9
Submissions are now being accepted for the Steel Joist Institute’s Design Awards. Can’t decide which project to enter? You can submit more than one! Learn more:
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Platts Metals Feb 8
. said Friday the tariffs on imports are working, although progress would be lost if the tariffs are removed prematurely |
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AISI Feb 8
There are more than 600 million net tons of excess steel capacity in the world according to the OECD. The Section 232 trade remedy is critical to ensuring steel remains a vital asset for our national and economic security.
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AISI Feb 8
It is vital to our economic and homeland security that the United States does not become dependent on offshore steel suppliers
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AISI Feb 8
The share of the U.S. market taken by finished steel imports has fallen from 29 percent in April to 21 percent in November.
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AISI Feb 8
China is producing steel at record levels -- exceeding one billion net tons in 2018. This means there is plenty of excess supply that will flood into our market but for the continuation of the Section 232 tariffs.
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AISI Feb 8
Global steel overcapacity, a large share of it in China, has led to high levels of dumped and subsidized imports in the U.S. market, causing severe economic harm and significant job losses.
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AISI Feb 8
Capacity utilization has gone up to over 81 percent for the week ended 2/2/19. ⁩ ⁦
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AISI Feb 8
AISI Says Steel Tariffs are Working -
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