Please join the SMA and other members of the Steel Industry Coalition (SIC) in urging President Trump and your members of Congress to invest in American-made infrastructure, which will create millions of good-paying jobs and provide a major boost to the economy.
In an interview with S&P Platts, Philip K. Bell, SMA president, discussed how a robust, fully-funded, federal infrastructure package is key to restarting the American economy.
In an effort to be more responsive to the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis, steel manufacturer SSAB Americas has announced that it will immediately begin prioritizing production of steel designated for use in local, state or federal-level COVID-19 disaster relief programs or projects.
The Steel Industry Coalition sent a letter to US Customs and Border Protection about a potential delay of duty collection at U.S. borders.
The SMA would like to share the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Updated list of State Restrictions.
This morning, SMA President, Philip K. Bell, sent a letter to Vice President Pence, urging the Trump Administration to provide consistent and coordinated guidance to local, state and federal authorities by formally designating the steel manufacturing sector as an essential industry.
Philip K. Bell, president of the Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA) made the following statement today on Senate passage of U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA), by a vote of 89-10. “The SMA is pleased with the Senate’s bi-partisan passage of USMCA. The USMCA succeeds in its goal of maintaining free trade between the three countries. This agreement provides strong [...]
Ottawa - Following the signing of the Protocol of Amendment to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), North American steel producers thank the Governments of the United States, Mexico and Canada for their diligence in negotiating the Agreement.
WASHINGTON, D.C., November 11, 2019 – Today, Representative Pete Visclosky (D-IN) announced his impending retirement, as he will not seek re-election in 2020.
16 Steel Industry Groups Welcome Agreement to Continue International Work to Reduce Global Steel Overcapacity
TOKYO, October 31 – Nineteen steel industry associations on five continents today praised the agreement by a “large majority of members of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity (GFSEC)” to “continue the Forum’s work on the issue of steel excess capacity,” and called upon the few dissenting members to reconsider their current position as quickly as possible.