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  • Steel Producers: Budget Will Benefit Steel Supply Chain Industries: Automotive, Energy, and Infrastructure | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Within that fiscal framework the Budget includes specific actions that are important to steel producers because they support the further development of major customer segments We assess government policy for its impact on our supply chain relationships in major economic sectors that are steel intense Watkins added noting three areas in particular 1 A major increase of 500 million for the Automotive Investment Fund over the next two years to help attract major new product mandates to Canada The automotive sector represents a third of the market for Canadian steel products and these are the kinds of major high value investments that other jurisdictions actively pursue because of the direct and indirect economic activity and jobs they create 2 Further actions to support the responsible development of Canada s energy mining and other resource sectors which heavily depend on advanced steel products This includes energy and other physical infrastructure projects in western eastern and northern Canada 3 Additional commitments to public and public private infrastructure projects Infrastructure lowers logistics costs by streamlining the flow of inputs and the delivery of goods to markets in Canada and abroad and creates market potential for Canadian steel and other construction materials and services CSPA was also pleased to see a strong focus in the area of jobs including new program support for apprenticeships in the Red Seals trades and funding to implement the new Expression of Interest immigration program CSPA encourages the federal provincial and territorial governments to move quickly to complete negotiations on the employer driven Canada Job Grant The Budget includes a continued commitment to strengthening cross border trade with the U S the major export destination for Canadian steel This includes funding to implement the Beyond the Borders and Regulatory Cooperation initiatives and moving forward with the new Windsor Detroit

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  • News Releases | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    is making a ground breaking trip to Alberta to strengthen supply chain relationships with the oil and gas sector and to explore how Canadian steel producers can better meet Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Transportation Canada Korea Free Trade Agreement Highlights Importance of Fair Trade and Investment Policies Posted on March 11 2014 by Ron Watkins OTTAWA Ont March 11 2014 The announcement of the Canada South Korea Free Trade Agreement CKFTA today marks a significant step in the government s plan to expand market access that can benefit Canadian industrial exporters These gains will require effective Continue reading Posted in General News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Steel Producers Budget Will Benefit Steel Supply Chain Industries Automotive Energy and Infrastructure Posted on February 11 2014 by Jenn Ottawa February 11 2014 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA today expressed its support for Budget 2014 s focus on investment and skills issues particularly in sectors with major steel supply chain relationships CSPA has consistently advocated pro manufacturing policies that Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Skills and Innovation Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics CSPA applauds Northern Gateway recommendation Pipeline project can benefit Canadian steel producers economy as a whole Posted on December 19 2013 by Jenn OTTAWA Ont December 19 2013 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s recommendation by the Joint Review Panel that the Government of Canada approve the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project subject to 209 required conditions The project represents Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Post navigation Newer posts Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest

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  • Trade & Economics | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    in General Member Companies News Releases Trade Economics Trade Remedies The problem is Buy America The cure is equal treatment Posted on December 16 2014 by Jenn As published in the Globe and Mail December 2 2014 Imagine British Columbia s northern coast Wild beauty deep blue water thick forests and American steel That s right At the Port of Prince Rupert in northern British Columbia on lands owned by Continue reading Posted in General Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Trade Remedies CSPA Welcomes Northern Gateway Decision Pipeline project promises benefits to Canadian steel sector and Canadian economy Posted on June 18 2014 by Jenn OTTAWA Ont June 17th 2014 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s decision by the Government of Canada to approve the proposed Northern Gateway project subject to 209 required conditions The Government of Canada agrees that with the Continue reading Posted in Environment Energy General News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Canadian steel producers head to Alberta to strengthen energy industry relationships Posted on May 20 2014 by Jenn Ottawa ON May 20 2014 The leadership of Canada s steel industry is making a ground breaking trip to Alberta to strengthen supply chain relationships with the oil and gas sector and to explore how Canadian steel producers can better meet Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Transportation Canadian shippers seeking ways to work with railways to address transportation challenges Posted on April 1 2014 by Jenn A group representing the shippers of more than 60 per cent of the goods moved on Canada s rail system is urging the railways to work with them on a customer based approach to improve service The move comes a week

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  • Trade Remedies | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    2014 Imagine British Columbia s northern coast Wild beauty deep blue water thick forests and American steel That s right At the Port of Prince Rupert in northern British Columbia on lands owned by Continue reading Posted in General Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Trade Remedies Post navigation Newer posts Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar

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  • Jenn | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    Benefit Steel Supply Chain Industries Automotive Energy and Infrastructure Posted on February 11 2014 by Jenn Ottawa February 11 2014 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA today expressed its support for Budget 2014 s focus on investment and skills issues particularly in sectors with major steel supply chain relationships CSPA has consistently advocated pro manufacturing policies that Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Skills and Innovation Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics CSPA applauds Northern Gateway recommendation Pipeline project can benefit Canadian steel producers economy as a whole Posted on December 19 2013 by Jenn OTTAWA Ont December 19 2013 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s recommendation by the Joint Review Panel that the Government of Canada approve the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project subject to 209 required conditions The project represents Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Post navigation Newer posts 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

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  • Canadian shippers seeking ways to work with railways to address transportation challenges | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    the immediate challenges faced by the grain shippers a group of five national trade associations including the Canadian Fertilizer Institute the Canadian Steel Producers Association the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada the Forest Products Association of Canada and the Mining Association of Canada is concerned that a sector by sector approach will not address broader issues faced across the system We feel that addressing one sector s concerns without considering the broader supply chain will result in a patchwork of policies that don t solve any fundamental issues This could ultimately jeopardize Canada s economic growth said Pierre Gratton President and CEO of the Mining Association of Canada Shippers railways and the government need to take a holistic look at the challenges facing Canada s transportation system and develop sustainable commercial solutions that are good for all sectors the railways and the Canadian economy said Roger Larson President of the Canadian Fertilizer Institute We would welcome working with the railways as part of that process Current rail bottlenecks are hurting the ability of many Canadian industries to get their goods to markets in Canada and abroad to attract investment and to create jobs According to Ron Watkins President of the Canadian Steel Producers Association this group of shippers hopes to foster supply chain collaboration and provide the federal government with recommendations for improving rail service during its review of the Canada Transportation Act later this year Canada s prosperity depends on exports and we will all benefit if we enhance shipping capacity said David Lindsay President and CEO of the Forest Products Association of Canada Our long term goal is to work with our partners to right size the transportation system 30 For more information please contact Catherine King Canadian Fertilizer Institute 613 786 3026 Sarah Mayes Chemistry Industry Association

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  • CSPA applauds Northern Gateway recommendation: Pipeline project can benefit Canadian steel producers, economy as a whole | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    5 billion project is an example of the type of energy sector development which the CSPA has advocated federal decision makers to support The responsible development of more energy projects such as the Northern Gateway drives demand for many types of steel and other Canadian goods and services across the country Through their integrated supply chain linkages Canadian steel producers in many regions contribute to the success of the energy industry and benefit from it so too do their workers Watkins said Canadian steel manufacturer Tenaris which makes steel pipes for oil and gas drilling and has a supply chain that reaches across the country reinforced the CSPA s support for the project As a leading Canadian manufacturer of highly advanced products for the energy sector Tenaris supports the approval of this project and its benefits to Canada s economy including not only oil and gas but also a Canadian supply chain of jobs for its manufactured goods said Guillermo Moreno Managing Director of Tenaris Canada We look forward to the increase in demand for our products and services that this project would generate in oil drilling and the jobs it will create Canadian steel is a crucial link in Canada s oil and gas supply chain which generates 660 000 jobs across the country and an economic output of approximately 115 billion Responsible energy and other resource development projects in Canada incorporating effective environmental safeguards and measures to address the concerns of affected communities and aboriginal Canadians drives demand for many types of steel and other Canadian goods and services across the country Watkins said The Canadian energy industry is a large and growing consumer of Canadian steel Steel products are among the largest material costs for energy projects such as the Northern Gateway pipeline Energy producers benefit from

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  • Thoughts From The CSPA President | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    significant step in the government s plan to expand market access that can benefit Canadian industrial exporters These gains will require effective Continue reading Posted in General News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Steel Producers Budget Will Benefit Steel Supply Chain Industries Automotive Energy and Infrastructure Posted on February 11 2014 by Jenn Ottawa February 11 2014 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA today expressed its support for Budget 2014 s focus on investment and skills issues particularly in sectors with major steel supply chain relationships CSPA has consistently advocated pro manufacturing policies that Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Skills and Innovation Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics CSPA applauds Northern Gateway recommendation Pipeline project can benefit Canadian steel producers economy as a whole Posted on December 19 2013 by Jenn OTTAWA Ont December 19 2013 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s recommendation by the Joint Review Panel that the Government of Canada approve the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project subject to 209 required conditions The project represents Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Post navigation Newer posts Latest

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