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  • Canadian Steel Producers Association | The CSPA is the voice of Canada’s $14 billion sales primary steel producing industry. Our key markets include automotive, construction, energy extraction and transmission, packaging, and other demanding manufacturing applications.
    costly to transport steel and steel products often travel across oceans to find a customer Find out more Environment and Energy Steel companies are an important presence in many communities across Canada We recognize that we have an environmental and community obligation to ensure that all Canadians continue to benefit from world class steel production in this country Find out more Manufacturing The health of North American manufacturing is critical to sustaining both a successful steel industry and the broader economy for all of us Find out more Skills Innovation The high quality of the steel products made in Canada depends on the skilled men and women who work in each of our facilities Advances in technology applicable to steel production are important but so too is a well trained workforce to produce consistently world class steel now and well into the future Find out more Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Latest Tweets RT TerrySheehanMP We re strengthening our response to unfair

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  • Canadienne des producteurs d'acier | L’Association canadienne des producteurs d’acier (ACPA) est le porte-parole national de l’industrie sidérurgique canadienne, dont les ventes totales atteignent 14 milliards de dollars. Nos principaux marchés sont les secteurs de l’automobile, de la construction, de l’extraction et de la transmission d’énergie, de l’emballage, sans oublier d’autres applications manufacturières exigeantes.
    delà de leurs frontières Même si l acier et ses divers produits sont relativement lourds et coûteux à transporter ils franchissent fréquemment les océans pour trouver des clients Pour en apprendre davantage cliquez ici Environnement et Énergie Les entreprises productrices d acier ont une présence importante dans de nombreuses collectivités du Canada Nous reconnaissons avoir des responsabilités et des obligations environnementales et communautaires pour nous assurer que tous les Canadiens continuent à profiter d une production d acier de niveau mondial dans ce pays Pour en apprendre davantage cliquez ici Fabrication Il est essentiel de disposer d un secteur manufacturier nord américain en santé pour contribuer à la fois à la réussite du secteur de l acier et à celle plus vaste de toute l économie pour notre bien à tous Pour en apprendre davantage cliquez ici Compétences et Innovation La qualité élevée des produits de l acier fabriqués au Canada dépend d hommes et de femmes compétents qui travaillent dans toutes nos installations Pour en apprendre davantage cliquez ici Dernières Nouvelles CSPA Welcomes Northern Gateway Decision Pipeline project promises benefits to Canadian steel sector and Canadian economy L Accord de libre échange Canada Corée du Sud souligne combien il

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  • Canadian Steel Producers Association Overview | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    and other demanding manufacturing applications The member companies of the CSPA produced over 13 5 million metric tons of steel in 2014 These member companies operate facilities in eight provinces Canada s steel companies directly employ some 20 000 Canadians and support an additional 100 000 indirect jobs The CSPA is committed to ensuring the sustainable success of a strong and internationally competitive Canadian steel sector Through the Association member companies seek to advance public policies to advance our competitiveness innovation environmental performance skilled and productive workforce and community responsibility These objectives are further advanced by working to ensure free and fair steel trade as well as a globally competitive business environment The pursuit of these goals is at the heart of the CSPA s efforts to develop better public policies for both the steel industry and Canada as a whole CSPA members are committed to the future prospects for the Canadian steel industry including the customers and communities with which we work And because a strong steel industry makes our country stronger the member companies of the CSPA will continue to be leaders in serving the economic environmental and ultimately national interests of Canada About Us Our Members Contact

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  • Our Members | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    About Us Our Members Contact Us Key Initiatives Trade Environment and Energy Manufacturing Skills Innovation News Media News Archives Videos Photos Posters Supporting Documentation Steel Facts Links Blog Our Members Our members are a diverse group of exceptional companies In a rapidly changing global industry the CSPA has strong links to many of the world s leading steel and industrial enterprises At the same time we are proud to continue the Canadian traditions of innovation technical excellence customer service and community responsibility in steel production Please visit each of their sites to learn more AltaSteel ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc Essar Steel Algoma Inc Evraz Inc NA Gerdau Ivaco Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium Tenaris U S Steel Canada Our Members About Us Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Latest Tweets RT TerrySheehanMP We re strengthening our response to unfair trade Steel SaultSteMarie CSPA ACPA Essar Steel Tenaris https t co H3Ps4J898a NEWS RELEASE CSPA welcomes joint government statement on excess capacity and structural adjustment

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  • Contact Us | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    613 238 6049 Joseph Galimberti President j galimberti canadiansteel ca Sean Young Steinberg Director Trade Economics seanys canadiansteel ca Vacant Director Environment Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter Contact Us About Us Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on

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  • Key Initiatives | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Key Initiatives Trade Environment and Energy Manufacturing SKILLS INNOVATION Key Initiatives Trade Environment and Energy Manufacturing Skills Innovation Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Latest Tweets RT TerrySheehanMP We re strengthening our response

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  • Trade | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    remain in business at the expense of market based competitors These interventions can take the form of direct financial assistance grants loans or more indirect forms of support such as quotas These artificial advantages distort markets by enabling subsidized companies to compete unfairly against companies that produce and sell their products based on economic realities investment risk return and market forces Dumping occurs when a company sells a product into a foreign market at either a less than the cost of production or b less than the selling price in the company s home market Both types of trade distortions run counter to genuine free market forces and both practices are prohibited by the agreed rules of international trade in the World Trade Organization WTO Trade distortions make it necessary for affected companies and their governments to enforce fair trade through the use of trade laws and trade remedies In Canada these matters are adjudicated on a case by case basis by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal CITT Canadian steel producers are prepared to compete based on fair and open markets and will continue to challenge unfair market distortions Long term progress on this problem will require that trade rules be strengthened and strongly enforced and that meaningful action is taken to address the growth in excess capacity that continues in many steel producing countries Back to Top Working Together in North America The steel sector is an integral part of supply chains that underlie the integration of the North American industrial economy In 2012 total NAFTA steel production was 129 6 million net tons with a value of 99 8 billion While 3 7 above 2011 it remains almost 3 below 2008 levels and 10 lower than seen in 2007 NAFTA is a large net importer of steel from countries outside of the region In 2010 and 2011 net imports rose to 18 5 and 20 1 million tons respectively In 2012 imports rose further to reach 25 8 million tons Starting with the initial Canada United States Free Trade Agreement in 1988 and followed by the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA which came into effect in 1994 Canada s steel industry has played a significant role in the evolution of North American free trade since then Within NAFTA steel trade flows are roughly balanced and steel companies in all three member countries compete for and work with common customers as well as relying on common sources of raw materials Many producers have facilities in two or three NAFTA countries The steel sector has been a model of NAFTA cooperation and importantly shared benefits for each country Recognizing the strategic value of steel production to the NAFTA region in 2003 the three NAFTA governments created the North American Steel Trade Committee NASTC to coordinate government and industry actions to jointly enhance the conditions for continued growth and prosperity for steel in the region As leaders of the three countries have agreed the NASTC underlies a strategic partnership for

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  • Canada Steel Industry -- Environmental Performance | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    purchasing policies Scrap suppliers are required to demonstrate that they have programs in place to identify remove track and properly dispose of all sources of mercury in the scrap sold to CSPA member companies Member companies perform audits of scrap suppliers to ensure that such requirements are being met Since 2008 CSPA and the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association have jointly supported a national program called Switch Out to remove mercury from the steel scrap stream Operated by Summerhill Impact formerly the Clean Air Foundation the Switch Out program works directly with automotive recyclers and dismantlers to remove collect and manage mercury containing switches and ABS sensor modules from end of life vehicles ELVs Once the switches are removed the ELVs are then flattened shredded and recycled into new steel The program also provides training and educational resources to recyclers and dismantlers For additional information about Switch Out please visit http www switchout ca Switch Out has now operated for six years With the continued active participation of automotive recyclers and dismantlers across Canada 52 027 mercury switches were collected in 2013 Table 1 summarizes the collection results for 2008 2013 Table 1 Switch Out Program Results Parameter 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Switch Collection Target 39 000 60 000 112 000 129 000 185 000 170 000 Number of Switches Collected 64 011 112 167 76 866 67 542 61 055 52 027 Actual Capture Rate a 19 7 37 4 27 4 26 2 26 0 24 1 Effectiveness Rate b Not applicable for first year of national switch collection program 36 3 69 6 78 9 84 0 88 0 a The anticipated number of mercury switches available for collection is based upon a similar model utilized in the U S based National Vehicle Mercury Switch Recovery

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