AISI: August Steel Shipments Down 3.9 Percent

November 2008
Metal Center News;Nov2008, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p46
Trade Publication
The article offer information on the steel shipment in the U.S. for August 2008. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute, steel mills shipped 8,860,000 net tons, manifesting a 3.9 percent decrease from the 9,209,000 net tons shipped in August 2007 and a 3.6 percent decrease from the 9,175,000 net tons shipped in July 2008.


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