Last night, President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress. SMA President Phil Bell issued the following statement in response...
By a vote of 72 to 27, the U.S. Senate today voted to confirm Wilbur L. Ross as Secretary of the Department of Commerce.
The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) today issued its preliminary countervailing duties on Turkish steel rebar imports.
Representative Dan Lipinski (D-IL) introduced the Buy American Improvement Act of 2017, bipartisan legislation that seeks to create American jobs, promote domestic manufacturing, increase transparency and accountability in government procurement, and ensure that taxpayer dollars are spent in the U.S. whenever practicable.
The Steel Manufacturers Association, the End of Life Vehicle Solutions Corporation, and the American Iron and Steel Institute have reached an agreement to extend the ELVS program. ELVS is a nationally recognized program for recovering mercury switches from scrap cars and light trucks prior to shredding.
A group of 17 House Republicans, led by Rep. Mike Bost, today sent a letter to President-Elect Trump expressing their support for Buy American domestic procurement policies.
Washington, D.C. – President-elect Donald Trump has nominated Robert Lighthizer to head the U.S. Trade Representative office. Following the announcement, Steel Manufacturers Association President Philip K. Bell issued a statement: “Robert Lighthizer is an excellent pick to serve as the U.S. Trade Representative, a position that is vitally important to 21st century steelmakers. Mr. Lighthizer [...]
One year after the passage of landmark freight rail reform legislation, the Surface Transportation Board (STB) is making headway toward implementing long overdue policy improvements.
Large Group of Business Executives Invites Trump Administration to Work With Them to Modernize Freight Rail Policies
More than 50 top executives sent a letter to Vice President-elect Pence inviting the Trump administration to work with them to help fill vacancies at the Surface Transportation Board (STB) and select candidates that are “committed to eliminating outdated rules and overly bureaucratic procedures.”
The Manufacturers for Trade Enforcement, a coalition representing more than one million workers in the aluminum, steel, cement, chemical, textile and other manufacturing industries, today expressed appreciation for the U.S. government’s continued commitment to apply its established criteria for determining whether a county is a non-market economy for purposes of the antidumping law.