AMM COMMENT: Steel Hall of Fame honorees named
Feb 29, 2012 | 07:00 PM
| John Ambrosia
Sometimes, the greatest heat in steelmaking doesnt come from the plant floor. Pressures to perform in competition with other companies and for the corporate bottom line can raise the temperatures in which executives must work every day.
Company leaders have to worry about this year, this quarter, this month. But without those who also manage to keep an eye on whats coming down the road, the steel industry would not be able to innovate, compete and thrive in an ever-changing and difficult global environment. This is why we seek to recognize such creative and visionary thinking and work.....
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