Way cleared for Ottawa to pursue US Steel hearing
The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a Federal Court hearing on claims by Ottawa that US Steel failed to live up to jobs and production promises it made in 2007 when it bought steelmaker Stelco.
U.S. Steel, United Steelworkers have tentative agreement
Hamilton steelworkers could be back to work after 11-month lockout at former Stelco mill
$730M loan for Detroit steel plant upgrade
Russian firm makes steel for auto industry in Detroit; upgrades will create 260 jobs
Bearing up to harsh conditions
Food-grade FluoroNyliner bushing bearings from Thomson Linear Bearings & Guides are engineered to last in harsh washdown environments.
Lakeside Steel to expand Alabama mill
Company will spend US$10 million to end-finish and heat-treat casing products
Lighter steel, safer vehicles
The overall objective seems rather simple – build lighter vehicles by using thinner, stronger grades of steel sheet and tubes for structural components.
Lakeside Steel to build new $15M plant
Lakeside Steel plans to build a standalone, state-of-the-art end finishing and heat treatment facility for tubular steel products and is adding thermal processing capabilities at its Welland, Ont. operations.
New metals research lab opens in Hamilton
The Government of Canada has opened a $40-million state-of-the-art federal laboratory that will provide technology and innovation support to industries that manufacture mineral and metal products.
New plant to make large diameter pipe
An Alberta wholesale distributor of oil and gas drilling fluids, steel pipe and piping products, is teaming up with a Chinese specialty steel manufacturer to produce large-diameter seamless steel pipe in Edmonton.
Quebec manufacturer opens US facility
MONTREAL: Delhi-Solac Inc., a Quebec-based manufacturer of steel tubing,…
Lakeside Steel investing $5M to expand Welland facility
WELLAND, Ont.: Lakeside Steel Inc. is investing $5 million…