U.S. Steel Forms Venture with Korea's POSCO

May 2007
Metal Center News;May2007, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p46
Trade Publication
The article reports on the joint venture of United States Steel Corp. with POSCO, the Republic of Korea's leading steel producer and SeAH Steel Corp. Ltd., a manufacturer of tubular products in Korea. According to reports, the venture plans to construct a manufacturing facility with a capacity of producing 300,000 net tons of spiral welded tubular products. The newly formed joint venture will be named United Spiral Pipe LLC.


Related Articles

  • U.S. STEEL VENTURE TARGETS NATURAL GAS, OCTG MARKETS.  // Metal Producing & Processing;May/Jun2007, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p8 

    The article reports on the creation of United Spiral Pipe LLC, a joint venture among U.S. Steel Corp. (USS), Pohang Iron & Steel Co. Ltd., and SeAH Steel Corp. in Northern California. The $93 million joint venture will focus on the production of spiral-welded pipes. USS states that the capacity...

  • U.S. Steel, POSCO, and SeAH Steel Corp. Form Joint Venture.  // Welding Journal;Jun2007, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p12 

    The article focuses on the definitive agreement entered by United States Steel Corp. with South Korean firms POSCO and SeAH Steel Corp. to form the joint venture United Spiral Pipe LLC. The joint venture will design, engineer, and construct a manufacturing facility capable of producing annually...

  • Korea considers selling its huge steel company. Baker, Michael // Christian Science Monitor;7/17/96, Vol. 88 Issue 162, p7 

    Reports on South Korea's difficulty in selling the state-owned Pohang Iron and Steel Co. (Posco). Reluctance to sell it conglomerate companies or `chaebols' which has a grip of the country's economy; Cost competitiveness; Finance and management of the company; Overseas ventures.

  • South Korea's Posco has decided to shelve plan to build a Rs 32,000-crore greenfield steel plan in India.  // World Mining News;7/18/2013, p27 

    The article reports on the decision of South Korean steel maker Posco to shelve its plan to build a green field steel plant in Karnataka, South West India.

  • Illegal POSCO SEZ. Roy, Aruna; Dey, Nikhil; Patkar, Medha; Samantara, Prafulla; Bhushan, Prashant; Sarma, E. A. S.; Pandey, Sandeep; Dinker, Vidya; Mahajan, Ulka; Gatade, Subhash; Dash, Mamata; Kohli, Kanchi // Economic & Political Weekly;8/3/2013, Vol. 48 Issue 31, p5 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to a controvery behind the ongoing POSCO Steel project in Odisha, India.

  • Korean companies in clash of steel. Robins, Brian // BRW;8/21/95, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p51 

    Reports on Pohang Iron and Steel Co. (Posco) of South Korea's expansion commitment in steel making capacity. Prevention of Hyundai's group entry into the steel industry; Expansion as good news for Australia because of its use of hard coking coal; Posco to surpass Nippon Steel as world's largest...

  • POSCO halts Indian plant.  // Eastern Eye;7/24/2015, Issue 1312, p15 

    The article reports on the move of Pohang Iron and Steel Co. (POSCO), a steel manufacturer in South Korea, to conduct a steel project in India as the company restructures its business at home and abroad.

  • Enviro Reversal Risks Posco's $12B India Project. KINETZ, ERIKA // India -- West;10/29/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 49, pA38 

    The article reports that an Environment Ministry panel in India wants to withdraw environmental clearances given to South Korean steel giant Posco for its plant in Orissa as it has discovered illegalities in the environmental clearance process.

  • Posco Willing to Downsize Capacity of Orissa Plant.  // India -- West;5/11/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 25, pB5 

    The article discusses a mega steel project proposed by a South Korean based company Posco in Orissa, India which is expected to be revised for building a small capacity plant instead of original design on May 2, 2012.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics