October 2012

US Steel close to being self-sufficient in coke

US Steel is “nearing completion” of two projects in North America that are expected to see the company self-sufficient in coke in the region.

US ferrous scrap trade gears up in Sandy's aftermath

Hurricane Sandy has brought parts of the US East Coast to a screeching halt.

US Steel finishes Gary Works blast furnace maintenance

US Steel Corp has finished a “significant” maintenance outage at the No14 blast furnace at its Gary Indiana Works and is close to wrapping up several other major capital projects, company executives said.

US Steel close to being self-sufficient in coke

US Steel is “nearing completion” of two projects in North America that are expected to see the company self-sufficient in coke in the region.

US ferrous scrap trade gears up in Sandy's aftermath

Hurricane Sandy has brought parts of the US East Coast to a screeching halt.

US Steel finishes Gary Works blast furnace maintenance

US Steel Corp has finished a “significant” maintenance outage at the No14 blast furnace at its Gary Indiana Works and is close to wrapping up several other major capital projects, company executives said.

US steel, distribution sector urges regulatory, tax reform

The failure of both Washington and local governments to give a clear message on economic, tax and regulatory issues continues to discourage investment in steel, manufacturing and metal distribution, executives said this week.

Shale-Inland appoints Mark Essig president of fabrication, distribution

North American steel distributors Shale-Inland Holdings has appointed Mark Essig president of its fabrication and distribution services.

IRON ORE DERIVATIVES WRAP: Prices move lower as volumes pick up

Physical iron ore prices edged down on Wednesday October 31, pushing down swaps values in tandem.

IRON ORE DERIVATIVES WRAP: Prices move lower as volumes pick up

Physical iron ore prices edged down on Wednesday October 31, pushing down swaps values in tandem.