Editor's Note: This is part two of a two-part series on the Steelworker for the Future program.
Editor's Note: This is part one of a two-part series on the Steelworker for the Future program.
If you're going to build an apartment, hotel or assisted living facility, you could stack wood on concrete platforms or use a steel frame.
A steel processing and logistics business in Gary wanted to go big, and decided it might as well go as big as possible.
ArcelorMittal has proven there's more than one way to put a pickup truck on a diet.
As automakers look at systems that can robotically pilot a car, and Chicago launches digital manufacturing, it may seem silly to ask where the next generation of pioneers will come from.
Manufacturing continues the slow, steady improvement that has characterized the sector over the last few years, Berlin Metals President Boy Berlin said.
Things are looking up for steelmakers after a rough patch during the economic downturn and a winter weather-chilled first quarter.
U.S. Steel, Chicago-based JMC Steel Group and seven other companies have pressed the case for more than a year that they have not been able to reap the benefits of the booming U.S. shale oil and gas sector because of a flood of heavily subsidized imports.
PORTAGE | A bustling steel trade has driven a 25 percent increase in tonnage handled at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.
Recent reports addressing the decline in steel jobs in Northwest Indiana fail to paint a complete picture. What’s missing in discussions of the need for a new economic path is that the steel industry — and ArcelorMittal in particular — is taking the necessary actions to improve our competiti…
U.S. Steel brightened its outlook after narrowing its loss in the second quarter despite the toll harsh winter weather took on its local flat-rolled operations.
Northwest Indiana's steel industry, which once drew immigrants from the world over and put bread on many tables for generations, has lost a third of its jobs since 2000.
If you're from Northwest Indiana, chances are some relative at some point worked at one of the steel mills.
U.S. steelmakers have collectively lost $3.6 billion over the past five years. They are getting slammed by imports from state-bankrolled foreign competitors that are so heavily subsidized they don't have to worry about turning a profit.
Two blast furnaces at Northwest Indiana mills have gone out of commission.
Imports are gobbling up an even bigger slice of the steel market in the United States after rising by 15 percent in April.
The American steel industry is under attack, U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky said while warning Washington regulators about the threat posed to U.S. steelmakers by government-subsidized imports from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Steel is the backbone of the region's economy, and there are signs of back pain again.
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