VIDEO: Steel vs Aluminium

The debate over whether to use steel or aluminium in the automotive market is intensifying.

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The debate over whether to use steel or aluminium in the automotive market is intensifying.

Metal Bulletin’s Jethro Wookey and Steel First’s Alexandra Chapman introduce the discussion.

Which way do you think it will go? Join us on Twitter and share your view #SteelvsAl

Jethro Wookey
jwookey@metalbulletin.com
Twitter: @jethrowookey_mb

Alexandra Chapman
achapman@steelfirst.com
Twitter: @AChapman_SF

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