Last week, the Steel Manufacturers Association hosted our HR and Transportation Committee Meetings in Dallas, TX. Our groups shared ideas for industry best-practices, toured the BNSF Corporate headquarters, went through active-shooter training and welcomed Congressman Pete Sessions (Chairman of the House Rules Committee; TX-32). Great event!! Thank you to all who attended! #SMAMeetings
Today, Steel CEO's met in Washington, DC to share ideas with members of congress. Mark Millett, President & CEO of Steel Dynamics, Inc. testified on behalf of the SMA and its members. A full copy of his testimony can be found at the link below. Steel Caucus Statement
Washington, D.C. – The Steel Manufacturers Association welcomes President Trump’s proclamation instituting tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports, effective in 15 days.
Today, Barbara Smith, Chairman, President & CEO of Commercial Metals Company was interviewed on "The Intelligence Report" with Trish Regan regarding steel and aluminum tariffs prior to the Presidents official decision. Full interview will be released soon.
Click here for the full interview on CNBC
On Tuesday, February 20, 2018, the SMA welcomed a group of steel industry representatives to meet with new USTR officials at the SMA offices.
Washington. D.C. – Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA) President Philip K. Bell issued the following statement in response to the Commerce Department’s release of the report on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s investigations into the impact on our national security from imports of steel mill products
WASHINGTON – Today Secretary Wilbur Ross released reports on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s investigations into the impact on our national security from imports of steel mill products and from imports of wrought and unwrought aluminum. These investigations were carried out under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce made public the 262 page report on Section 232; The Effects of Imports of Steel on the National Security.