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  • ITA eyes policy change impacting calculation of anti-dumping duties Dec 30, 2010

    The U.S. Commerce Department is proposing a policy change that would reduce or eliminate many anti-dumping duties on goods shipped to the United States.

  • ITA eyeing policy change on anti-dumping duty levels Dec 30, 2010

    The U.S. Commerce Department is proposing a policy change that would reduce or eliminate many anti-dumping duties on goods shipped to the United States.

  • OEM battery shipments slip 1.6% in Sept., but up for year Dec 23, 2010

    North American shipments of original equipment automotive batteries slipped 1.6 percent in September after hitting a year-to-date high in August, according to data from the Battery Council International.

  • Tyco closes sale of 51% stake in metal products division Dec 23, 2010

    Tyco International Ltd. has completed the sale of a 51-percent stake in its electrical and metal products business to private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC.

  • BorgWarner in $205M deal to buy Haldex unit Dec 23, 2010

    BorgWarner Inc. has agreed to pay $205 million in cash for the Traction Systems division of Swedish automotive all-wheel drive system parts and components maker Haldex AB.

  • Walter Energy buys assets of Mobile River Terminal Dec 22, 2010

    Walter Energy Inc. has purchased the assets of Mobile River Terminal Co., Mobile, Ala., from a subsidiary of U.S. Steel Corp.

  • Ind. auto supplier adding 115 jobs to support demand Dec 22, 2010

    Bearings manufacturer NTN Driveshaft Inc. plans to immediately hire about 115 workers amid increased demand.

  • Congress extends transportation bill funding Dec 22, 2010

    Both houses of Congress beat a deadline to pass a massive appropriations bill that also extends for the sixth time the 2005 Surface Transportation bill, now in effect through March 4, 2011.

  • Holiday notice Dec 22, 2010

    AMM will not be published on Dec. 28, 29 and 31 because of the Christmas and New Year holidays. The London Metal Exchange was be closed on Dec. 27 and 28. The New York Mercantile Exchange was closed on Dec. 24. Exchange prices for Dec. 24, 27, 28 and 29 will be published in the Dec. 30 issue. Exchange prices for Dec. 31 will be published in the Jan. 4, 2011, issue.

  • Navistar International sees strengthening ahead Dec 22, 2010

    Truck and diesel engine producer Navistar International Corp. is predicting a stronger fiscal 2011, particularly in the second half vs. the first half, anticipating solid orders and market share gains, as well as positive effects from a new labor deal.

  • Shiloh reverses course, nets $3.9M for year as sales jump Dec 22, 2010

    Automotive steel blank producer Shiloh Industries Inc. ended its fiscal year back in the black as sales rose 69.7 percent.

  • Magnetation, Ahmsa form long-term iron ore offtake agreement Dec 21, 2010

    Magnetation Inc. has entered into a long-term offtake agreement with Altos Hornos de Mexico SA de CV (Ahmsa), with shipments set to begin in January 2012.

  • US drilling down as Canada up Dec 21, 2010

    The number of drill rigs running in the United States declined by 14 last week.

  • States appeal ruling keeping locks open Dec 20, 2010

    A new round of legal wrangling over the potential economic impact of the invasive and predatory Asian carp species on Great Lakes fisheries will begin in January.

  • Five states file appeal ruling denying closure of waterways Dec 20, 2010

    A new round of legal wrangling over the potential economic impact of the invasive and predatory Asian carp species on Great Lakes fisheries will begin in January.

  • Weather delays shipments of Consolidated’s iron ore Dec 20, 2010

    Unfavorable weather conditions will cause a two-week delay in exporting some iron ore concentrate from Consolidated Thompson Iron Mines Ltd., but the situation will have no impact on production at the Bloom Lake mine in Labrador Trough-Fermont, Québec, the company said.

  • Melting Pot Dec 17, 2010

    ‘Steel Home Alabama’

  • Lange Grinding adds heat-treating furnace Dec 17, 2010

    Lange Grinding Inc. is installing a new heat-treating furnace with a capacity of 40,000 pounds to offer stress-relief, sub-critical annealing and annealing cycles.

  • Primary, fabricated metals log production gains in Nov. Dec 17, 2010

    The industrial production index for primary metals rose 3.4 percent last month, while that for fabricated metal products gained 1.3 percent, the Federal Reserve Board said this week.

  • AT&F Steel expands roll-forming capability Dec 16, 2010

    AT&F Steel has expanded its plate-rolling capability to include rollings up to 12 inches thick and 14 feet long following an investment of million of dollars, it said without providing an exact figure.

  • Iron foundry Grede moving HQ Dec 15, 2010

    Grede Holdings LLC, which runs several gray and ductile iron foundries, will relocate its corporate headquarters Monday to Southfield, Mich., from Novi, Mich.

  • Titanium, steel mill indices fall in Nov. Dec 14, 2010

    Titanium mill shapes reversed course last month, with the Producer Price Index (PPI) for the group falling 10.3 percent following a month-on-month gain in October, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday. The November index also trailed the year-earlier PPI by 8.8 percent.

  • Congress extends transportation funds Dec 14, 2010

    The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a nine-month extension of transportation funding that expired nearly 15 months ago.

  • Universal Steel installs stretcher-leveler for laser, plasma cutting Dec 14, 2010

    Universal Steel Co. has introduced a new stretcher-leveler line it calls “the Memory Eraser” for its ability to produce memory-free sheets that are suited for laser or plasma cutting.

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