Steel, Aluminum Both On Board for the Long Haul

April 2007
Metal Center News;Apr2007, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the move of automobile manufacturers towards reinventing their products using better grades of steel and materials in the U.S. This goal is driven by high gasoline prices, environmental concerns, and a drive to raise vehicle fuel efficiency. On the other hand, the steel industry continues to innovate new products for new applications in the automotive market. Details of the increasing demand for high-strength steels and aluminum in the auto sector are also discussed.


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