JMC exec expecting US victory in OCTG case
Sep 17, 2013 | 01:51 PM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO U.S. oil country tubular goods (OCTG) producers likely will win a trade petition filed against imports from nine nations as steel prices appear poised to settle at a reasonable level, according to JMC Steel Group Inc.s top executive.
"Were pretty confident well have a positive outcome ... and I think its going to be good for the industry," said JMC executive chairman and chief executive officer Barry Zekelman. "The dumped product was just getting ridiculous."
If domestic producers win, it will mean increased consumption of both U.S.-made tubulars and flat-rolled substrate, Zekelman told AMM at JMCs Wheatland Tube Co. plant in Chicago, which also is home to JMCs corporate headquarters.....
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