American Metal Market - Issue Archives

  • November 2017

  • October 2017

    For some, necessity is, indeed, the mother of invention. For others, it’s a whole lot more. No one knows that better than Mike Giampaolo whose ascent from the son of an Italian sharecropper with a fifth-grade education to the chairman and visionary founder of a privately held Canadian metals giant is living proof of the power of pure necessity and its ability to drive personal and professional success.

  • September 2017

    A farm boy from rural Missouri is one of the latest executives to add his voice to the domestic steel industry’s ongoing call for free but fair trade. And based on his past and passion, Trinity Products’ Robert Griggs just may become one of the sectors’ loudest and most persuasive advocates.

  • August 2017

    Taking care of the soul as well as the stock is a family tradition at Rochester, N.Y. based Klein Steel, where a caring-centric approach to customers and employees alike helped deliver a $40-million gain in new business last year alone.

  • June 2017

    Four-and-a-half years into his tenure as Nucor’s chief executive officer and in the wake of two legendary top executives, John Ferriola is addng his own unique chapter and special stamp to a legacy unrivalled in Steeldom.

  • May 2017

    In less than a decade -- with a deep economic downturn tucked in between -- Peter Campo has shot up the ranks and now heads Gerdau SA’s North American operations. With that rise has come the task of turning those assets into the top, long-steel player in the Americas.

  • April 2017

    Building on a legacy that dates back more than 90 years, one generation after another of the Cohen family has contributed its own unique twist to a tradition earmarked by almost a century of steady innovation and sustainable growth

  • March 2017

    Eaton Steel Bar Co.’s Goodman family, now with the second and third generations in key leadership positions, continues to expand, modernize and deepen its commitment to its customers and its employees.

  • February 2017

  • January 2017

    Alf Barrios leads Rio Tinto’s aluminum division forward as he still sees aluminum as one of the growth commodities of the future, especially in a robust North American market filled with both strict competition and strong opportunities.