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Four major US steel producers—Gerdau Ameristeel US Inc., Nucor Corporation Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc., and Charter Steel—today filed petitions charging that unfairly-traded imports of carbon and alloy steel wire rod from Belarus, Italy, South Korea, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom are causing material injury to the domestic […]
Without the backing of up trending scrap prices, sources tell SteelOrbis that Turkish wire rod mills have been more flexible with their offers to the US this week, although not flexible enough to drop the general offer range. Turkish offers of imported product in the US domestic market are still in the range of $24.00-$25.00 […]
The 8th annual SteelOrbis Rebar & Wire Rod conference was held at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 16, 2017, attended by almost 150 registered attendees from 10 different countries. Backed by an expert panel, the event facilitated a lively and informative discussion that focused on key aspects of an industry marked by […]
The 8th annual Rebar & Wire Rod conference was hosted by SteelOrbis on January 16 and held at the Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. Backed by an expert panel, the well attended event facilitated a lively and informative discussion that focused on key aspects of an industry marked by transition. Industry thought leaders included Philip […]
Based on the Commerce Department’s most recent Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) data, the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) reported Wednesday that steel import permit applications for the month of October total 3,386,000 net tons (nt). This was a 15 percent increase from the 2,936,000 permit tons recorded in September and a 22 […]
Jonathan Tulkoff, President of trading and marketing firm Uniwire International, Ltd., discusses the current situation and future prospects for the import/domestic dynamic in the US wire rod market.
What a difference a little networking can make. The attitude of attendees going into the SteelOrbis & IREPAS Fall Conference this September was overwhelmingly pessimistic, but after a few days, a few presentations, a few drinks and a few laughs, the sentiment changed drastically, and steel industry players left St. Petersburg with a smile on […]
Long steel market players from around the world gathered in St. Petersburg, Russia September 25-27 for the SteelOrbis & IREPAS Conference and agreed that aside from a few regional exceptions, the outlook for steel around the globe is surprisingly favorable.
Globalization: it’s a trend that’s celebrated and despised, welcomed and protested, anticipated and ignored. But despite the wide range of opinions on the subject, most can agree that globalization is very much a new world order, a further step in the evolution of human civilization.