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Allegheny Technologies Inc (ATI) has taken “decisive procurement actions to create a near-term price-protected nickel safety stock,” company chairman, president and chief executive officer Robert Wetherbee said in a conference call on Wednesday May 4.
Stainless steel raw material surcharges for flat-rolled products in the United States will rise sharply for all flat stainless grades in April on surging nickel and iron costs, while the pattern of pricing shifts among the four producers is poised to diverge more widely, according to surcharge notices published by producers
North American Stainless (NAS) will define the nickel portion of the April 2022 surcharge for its stainless products using only London Metal Exchange official closing prices from February 21-March 18, the company said on Friday, March 18, noting that days that included disruption events will be omitted.
US President Joe Biden highlighted recent new capital investments in manufacturing during a White House event on Thursday March 4, at which Siemens USA president and chief executive officer Barbara Humpton announced a $54-million investment in producing equipment for electrical infrastructure
Is the switching to scrap-based electric-arc furnace (EAF) steel production enough to get the industry to net-zero carbon dioxide emissions? The answer is probably not.
A shortage of truck drivers and flat-bed trucks is delaying steel shipments at critical points in the supply chain and further driving up shipping costs and lead times, Fastmarkets has learned.
Manufacturers in the United States have been materially injured by imports of pre-stressed concrete (PC) steel wire strand from Argentina, Colombia, Egypt, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has determined.
When it comes to machine learning, computer vision, data analytics and artificial intelligence, the steel industry faces challenges in achieving a measurable and permanent return on investment, panelists said during Fastmarkets’ Steel Success Strategies Online conference on Tuesday October 27.
Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States climbed for the eighth consecutive business day while tight supply continued to bump up against rising demand.
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