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  • Line pipe prices log slight gains in July, hit 2014 high

    Line pipe prices were up slightly in July, hitting a year-to-date high, but couldn’t match the sharp gains seen in oil country tubular goods (OCTG) tags during the month following a recent trade case decision.

  • Keystone XL hearing set for Sept.

    A Nebraska Supreme Court hearing in September will decide the fate of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline in the state.

  • American Railcar’s net jumps 36.4%

    American Railcar Industries Inc.’s net income soared 36.4 percent in the second quarter due in part to stepped-up production of hopper cars and continued strong output of tank cars.

  • Bidders for former USS mill to be disclosed soon

    Leading bidders for Železara Smederevo d.o.o., U.S. Steel Corp.’s former operations in Serbia, are expected to be announced next week—perhaps as soon as Aug. 4, according to industry sources.

  • Universal in midst of 'major transformation'

    Universal Stainless & Alloy Products Inc. is "in the middle of a major transformation" as the company continues to seek customer approvals and expand its premium alloy sales, its top executive said.

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  • Keystone XL hearing set for Sept.

    A Nebraska Supreme Court hearing in September will decide the fate of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline in the state.

  • Boeing to build newest Dreamliner in SC

    Boeing Co.’s South Carolina facility is due to grow in importance after being chosen as the exclusive final assembly site for the newest version of the 787 Dreamliner, disappointing some of the company’s largest unions.

  • American Railcar’s net jumps 36.4%

    American Railcar Industries Inc.’s net income soared 36.4 percent in the second quarter due in part to stepped-up production of hopper cars and continued strong output of tank cars.

  • General Cable posts loss, closes facilities

    Copper and aluminum wire and cable producer General Cable Corp. has closed three manufacturing facilities in North America, India and Peru as part of its restructuring program.

  • Spirit’s Kan. plant suffers titanium fire

    A titanium fire at Spirit AeroSystems Inc.’s Wichita, Kan., facility July 29 was extinguished by company and county firefighters.

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  • Is it time to shred the shredders? by Jo Isenberg

    Oklahoma resident Eileen Rowley claims that windows have been cracked and house foundations damaged due to “sonic booms” permeating her neighborhood. And she’s not alone.

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