AISI: July Shipments Dip

October 2007
Metal Center News;Oct2007, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p64
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the report of the American Iron and Steel Institute in Washington, D.C. regarding the July 2007 shipments of U.S. steel mills. The association stated that the steel mills shipment dropped to 1.9% with 8,844,000 net tons as compared to the 9,016,000 net tons in July 2006 and a 0.9% difference in the June 2007 shipments. A year-to-year comparison of year-to-date shipments shows a decrease of shipments on other industries such as service centers, automotive and construction.


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