Down year seen for tool steel market
Mar 28, 2014 | 03:43 PM
| Rey Mashayekhi
AUSTIN, Texas Fewer new models from automakers will translate into a down year for the U.S. tool steel market, although medium- to long-term indicators bode better for the industry, according to Steel & Metals Market Research GmbH (SMR).
The Reutte, Austria-based research firm estimates a 5-percent decline in tool steel market development in the United States this year, SMR managing director Markus Moll said at the Metals Service Center Institutes (MSCIs) Specialty Metals Division Conference in Lost Pines, Texas, this past week. Moll said the decline is predicated on the dynamics of the....
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