Brazil's CVRD mining company and South Korea's Dongkuk Steel Mill site would have initial production capacity of 2.5 million metric tons of steel per year and could double later.
Ohio-based Aleris International selling the business to mining and metals company Votorantim Metais for $295 million.
Regulators order Italy to recover $117 million in aid granted to steel company ThyssenKrupp, cement maker Cementir and chemical company Terni Nuova Industrie Chimiche.
Chairman of the Japan Iron and Steel Federation says a melding of two of the largest raw-materials suppliers is undesirable for industrial competition and pricing.
Industrial metalworking company bought Germany-based manufacturer of clad metal plates and various explosives-related oil-field products for $96.6 million.
Pennsylvania-based steelmaker signs long-term lease for the 33,000-square-foot building, where as many as 3,000 employees will be trained.
Esmark's purchase of Maryland's Sparrows Point mill was announced Aug. 2 and has yet to close, leaving some union members to question their support of the deal.
Steel companies considering joint production of steel sheets for cars as automakers eye aggressive expansion in India, according to a media report.
BHP Billiton confirms it approached rival miner Rio Tinto on a potential deal believed to be worth more than $100 billion; the rejection could mean a hostile takeover battle.
Diversified industrial manufacturer purchases Ontario-based Arrow Hose & Tubing, which had sales of $12 million last year.
ArcelorMittal has been expanding its investments in China, seeking to build its position in the world's biggest steel-making and consuming market.
Closure will affect 180 U.S. Pipe and Foundry workers at ductile iron pipe manufacturing facility in Burlington.
Once the legal documents have been notarized, the merger will take effect Nov. 13, completing the $41 billion process that creates the world's largest steel maker by volume.
Utah-based Petersen Inc. building a new, 250-employee machine facility in Pocatello, Idaho, because the company says it can't find enough qualified workers in Utah.
After the $1.2 billion deal, U.S. Steel renames the smaller company U.S. Steel Canada Inc. and becomes the world's fifth-largest steel producer.
Indian firm behind the $1.6 billion plant, also in talks to open a refinery in Iran, assures Gov. Tim Pawlenty it won't do prohibited business in Iran.
Mining company to increase its supply of aluminum oxide to Norway's Norsk Hydro beginning in 2011 and continuing through 2030.
Once the factory is working again, its profits will pay off the $2.2 million loan BCDS Manufacturing took out last year, backed by Navajo Nation money.
French steel tube maker buying Atlas Bradford Premium Threading & Services, TCA and Tube-Alloy from Grant Prideco; companies have combined yearly revenue of $229 million.
Steel industry group Eurofer says steel producers are asking the European Union to slap a 40 percent surcharge on soaring imports of below-cost Chinese steel.
World's largest steelmaker intends to purchase a 70 percent stake in Carminati Distribuzione Srl.
More than 2,000 workers in the metals and technology industries ended a five-day strike after unions and employers agreed to a mediation proposal in wage talks.
Maryland Department of the Environment found International Steel Group-Mittal Steel N.V. in violation of air emissions regulations.
Leggett and Platt's Precision Industries closure — blamed on profit loss and eroding margins — will affect 250 workers in Malvern, Ark.
Country hopes $1.6 billion plant, due to be completed in three years, will lessen its reliance on other countries for steel imports.