US raw steel output could outdo prior peak
May 14, 2014 | 01:31 PM
| Thorsten Schier
WASHINGTON U.S. raw steel production could exceed previous peaks in the coming years, driven by increased consumption of the metal amid an anticipated rise in housing startsand in turn nonresidential constructionand continued robust automotive production, according to an industry analyst.
"Our raw steel production number could get above where it was in the 2000s," Anthony Taccone, strategy consultant and founding partner of Pittsburgh-based First River Consulting, told attendees May 13 at the Steel Manufacturers Associations annual members conference in Washington.....
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