Steel imports rise at New Orleans port
Apr 11, 2013 | 11:02 AM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW ORLEANS The Port of New Orleans is seeing renewed growth in steel imports due to the strengthening housing and automotive sectors.
"Steel has been very good for us in the past two years, and 2012 was better than 2011," Robert M. Landry, chief commercial officer of the port, told AMM on the sidelines of the Critical Commodities Conference hosted by the American Institute for International Steel and the Port of New Orleans. "Its not where we should be (historically), but with the good trends were seeing, we think this bodes well for the future."....
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