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  • EPA fines Connecticut galvanizer Oct 01, 2010

    A Connecticut company is facing action from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for allegedly failing to file required chemical inventory reports, a violation of federal right-to-know laws.

  • Metal firms press trade enforcement Sep 30, 2010

    Several metal companies have formed a coalition to support lawmakers pressing for aggressive trade law enforcement.

  • Metal firms press trade enforcement Sep 30, 2010

    Several metal companies have formed a coalition to support lawmakers pressing for aggressive trade law enforcement.

  • Construction market to remain weak through 2011 analyst Sep 30, 2010

    Residential and commercial construction should remain soft through 2011 due to bloated inventory in both building segments, an industry analyst told attendees of the New York Society of Security Analysts’ Construction and Materials Conference.

  • Esmark ties together four US centers, hires leaders Sep 28, 2010

    Esmark Steel Group LLC is streamlining its operations, tying together under its banner four U.S. service centers that previously operated under their own names.

  • Melting Pot Sep 24, 2010

  • Pemco to open 3d Ontario facility Sep 24, 2010

    Ontario fabricator and distributor Pemco Inc. is opening its third location in the province and plans to relocate its corporate offices to the new facility.

  • Martens named to Plexus board Sep 24, 2010

    Phil Martens, Novelis Inc.’s president and chief operating officer, has been named to the board of directors of electronic manufacturing services company Plexus Corp.

  • Kansas group seeking wind energy deal Sep 23, 2010

    A Kansas delegation in Germany may be nearing success on a goal to bring wind turbine manufacturing to the American plains.

  • Timken finalizes QM Bearings purchase Sep 22, 2010

    Timken Co. has completed its previously announced acquisition of QM Bearings & Power Transmission Inc., Ferndale, Wash.

  • Chinese 'tiptoeing' around US for steel assets banker Sep 22, 2010

    Although nitty-gritty dealmaking hasn’t quite revived during the economic recovery of 2010, the appetite for mergers and acquisitions in metals remains robust and foreign companies with deep pockets are still looking to acquire assets in North America, according to Mark Henkels, managing director of New York-based investment bank Moelis & Co.

  • Ex-US trade officials urge measured approach to China currency Sep 21, 2010

    Eight former U.S. secretaries of Commerce and U.S. trade representatives have written to House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and other congressional leaders urging a diplomatic approach to China currency issues.

  • US growth will remain low economists Sep 21, 2010

    U.S. economic growth will remain low, economists predicted at the Metal Service Center Institute’s (MSCI’s) Economic Forecast Summit 2011.

  • US economic growth rate said slowing Sep 21, 2010

    U.S. economic growth will remain low, economists predicted at the Metal Service Center Institute’s (MSCI’s) Economic Forecast Summit 2011.

  • Weber Metals lands aircraft engine contract Sep 21, 2010

    Weber Metals Inc. has landed a major aircraft engine job as it looks to expand its titanium forging business with the help of a new facility.

  • Tenova awarded Armstrong furnace order Sep 20, 2010

    Tenova Core and South Africa’s Tenova Pyromet have received a contract for the design and supply of a 12.5-megavolt-ampere submerged-arc furnace for Armstrong World Industries Inc.’s new 30,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Millwood, W.Va.

  • Pieterse tapped for sales post at Calif. distributor Kelly Pipe Sep 20, 2010

    Pete Pieterse has been named sales manager for the headquarters branch of pipe distributor Kelly Pipe Co. LLC, Santa Fe Springs, Calif.

  • Renewafuel set to start output of biofuel Sep 20, 2010

    Production is set to get under way soon at Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.’s Renewafuel LLC biofuel manufacturing facility in Marquette, Mich.

  • MELTING POT Sep 17, 2010

    Ivy goes stainless—and abroad

  • Firms warned of new air regulations Sep 17, 2010

    The Allegheny County (Pa.) Health Department has notified 160 Pittsburgh-area businesses involved in metal fabrication or finishing about new federal air pollution regulations that may apply to their operations.

  • Firms warned of air regulations Sep 17, 2010

    The Allegheny County (Pa.) Health Department has notified 160 Pittsburgh-area businesses involved in metal fabrication or finishing about new federal air pollution regulations that may apply to their operations.

  • Scrap metal prices increase in August Sep 16, 2010

    Scrap metal values rose significantly in August compared with the previous month, according to the latest producer price indices from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Scrap metal prices increase in August Sep 16, 2010

    Scrap metal values rose significantly in August compared with the previous month, according to the latest producer price indices from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Cliffs, Patriot modify met coal shipment estimates Sep 14, 2010

    Two metallurgical coal producers have issued updated production guidance for their North American mines.

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