Tata Steel seeks more takers for tailored blanksMon, 20, Mar 2017
Magna, Ford team up for weight-saving carbon fiber subframe prototypeTue, 14, Mar 2017
Steel pistons catch on in EuropeSat, 17, Dec 2016
ArcelorMittal to open plant near GM in Detroit, create at least 120 jobsTue, 22, Nov 2016
ArcelorMittal Tailored Blanks, a unit of Luxembourg steel producer ArcelorMittal, plans to spend $83 million to set up a manufacturing plant in Detroit and create at least 120 jobs over five years, the state of Michigan said Tuesday.
BMW limits carbon fiber use to protect profitsFri, 28, Oct 2016
Novelis wonders -- how much is enough aluminum?Tue, 02, Aug 2016
Raw material costs rise slightlyMon, 18, Jul 2016
VW, BMW, Daimler, suppliers face German steel-price probeTue, 05, Jul 2016
Let's review impact of production emissionsMon, 15, Feb 2016
The Steel Market Development Institute agrees with Christopher Grundler, director of the EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality, in recognizing that we can't simply look at auto regulations from "a tailpipe standard-setting point of view."
Tower posts lower adjusted Q4 earnings as it gears up for major new businessFri, 12, Feb 2016
Tower, which makes heavy metal components and assemblies for cars and trucks, reported lower fourth-quarter adjusted earnings due to ramp-up costs stemming from a major new business that is supposed to spur earnings growth later this year.
Dual-sourcing dilemma hits Japan againMon, 08, Feb 2016
Toyota is suspending production at all assembly lines in Japan because of an explosion at a steel plant. The six-day shutdown raises questions as to whether Toyota learned, as it claimed after Japan's 2011 earthquake, the value of dual sourcing all components.
Toyota to suspend Japan output for 6 days as steel parts run lowSun, 31, Jan 2016
Toyota will suspend production at all assembly lines in Japan for six days this month due to a parts shortage, hitting exports of such cars as Lexus luxury vehicles. The shutdown comes after a Jan. 8 explosion at a steel factory in Japan.