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  • Steel Facts | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    is long and impressive bridges tools buildings clothing and countless other items all utilize steel in one form or another The average Canadian owns over 900kg 2000 lbs of steel included in a wide array of goods Steel is the most widely used metal and most recycled material on Earth HOW STEEL IS MADE Modern steelmaking in Canada takes two basic forms i the Integrated process and ii the Electric Arc Furnace EAF process Integrated BOF this process relies on high quality iron ore coal and limestone to produce molten iron in a Blast Furnace The molten iron along with smaller amounts of scrap steel is then transformed into liquid steel in a Basic Oxygen Furnace BOF and then cast into slabs and billets for further processing Electric Arc Furnace EAF this process relies primarily on recycled scrap steel which is then reheated purified and recast as new steel from the EAF into billets and slabs for further processing For a more detailed explanation of each process please visit Steel University RECYCLING Canada s steel recycling rate stands in excess of 60 7 million metric tonnes of steel recycled in 2012 Steel is the most recycled material in the world Steel is unique among materials In addition to an attractive mix of strength quality cost competitiveness and adaptability steel is uniquely recyclable The ability to make full use of ferrous scrap the product of earlier industrial production makes steel environmentally attractive and reduces the burden on the world s resources in meeting the growing and innovative uses for steel around the world This is true not only in terms of diverting useful material away from landfills but also by retaining much of the original energy expended to create the earlier steel In its own way steel is a renewable resource

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  • Links | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Recycling Statistics Research Development Trade Associations International Bodies American Iron Steel Institute AISI CANACERO Mexico EUROFER European Union Instituto Latinoamericano del Fierro y el Acero ILAFA Metals Service Centre Institute MSCI Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD Steel Department Steel Manufacturers Association SMA Steel University Worldsteel Association worldsteel World Trade Organization WTO Markets Products Auto Steel Partnership Canadian Institute of Steel Construction CISC Canadian Steel Sheet Building Institute CSSBI Canned Food Alliance US Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Steel Framing Alliance Recycling Recycling in Canada Natural Resources Canada Steel Recycling Institute SRI Statistics CIEEDAC Canadian Industrial Energy End Use Data and Analysis Centre Export and Import Controls Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade DFAIT North American Steel Trade Monitor NPRI National Pollutant Release Inventory Environment Canada Statistics Canada Steel Tubular Products and Steel Wire Research Development Association for Iron Steel Technology AIST CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory Natural Resources Canada 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

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  • Blog | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Interest Inquiry on Concrete Reinforcing Bar Rebar Originating in or Exported From The People s Republic Of China The Republic Of Korea And The Continue reading Posted in General Leave a reply JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content Posted on September 22 2015 by CSPA Reply OTTAWA Sept 21 2015 CNW Three trade associations representing steel producers in the U S Canada and Mexico today sent a joint letter to their respective government trade agencies expressing concern that recent developments in the automotive portion of the Trans Pacific Partnership TPP negotiations include proposals Continue reading Posted in General Leave a reply CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Posted on September 11 2015 by CSPA Reply OTTAWA ON September 11 2015 PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Current reports indicating that some Trans Pacific Partnership TPP member countries are seeking to obtain lower regional value content thresholds for auto parts and light duty vehicles are Continue reading Posted in General Leave a reply Federal Budget 2015 Provides Important Measures for Canada s Steel Industry and Manufacturing Sector Posted on April 21 2015 by CSPA Reply April 21 2015 Ottawa The federal Budget introduced today by Finance Minister Joe Oliver includes several key measures that are important to the competitive prospects for Canada s 14 billion steel industry according to the Canadian Steel Producers Association Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Trade Economics Trade Remedies Leave a reply CSPA Joins Several Regional Steel Trade Groups in Responding to China s New Steel Adjustment Policy Posted on April 20 2015 by CSPA Reply April 20 2015 Today the Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA joined several regional steel trade groups in responding to China s new

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Trade Tribunal CITT released their decision regarding the recent Public Interest Inquiry on Concrete Reinforcing Bar Rebar Originating in or Exported From The People s Republic Of China The Republic Of Korea And The Republic Of Turkey Based on the full consideration of all facts presented and a comprehensive analysis of all relevant public interest factors the Tribunal concluded that the public interest does not warrant a reduction or elimination of the duties on the subject goods imported for use in British Columbia As such in accordance with paragraph 45 4 a of the Special Import Measures Act SIMA the Tribunal will not provide a recommendation to the Minister of Finance and no further consideration is required The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA and its member companies welcome the Tribunal s decision We believe this outcome affirms the importance of a truly national application of Canada s trade remedy laws and protects Canadian manufacturing against unfair trade going forward Joseph Galimberti President Canadian Steel Producers Association This entry was posted in General by CSPA Bookmark the permalink Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use

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  • JOINT PRESS RELEASE: NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    the auto sector which would adversely impact the steel industry The letter can be found here The leaders of the American Iron and Steel Institute AISI CANACERO Mexico and the Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA today sent a letter to Ed Fast Canadian Minister of International Trade of Canada Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal Secretary of Economy of Mexico and Mike Froman United States Trade Representative for the U S urging a TPP that will strengthen the competitiveness of North American steel producers by enabling continued growth for motor vehicle component and finished vehicle manufacturers The groups wrote that based on reports proposed changes would lower regional value content RVC for auto parts and light duty vehicles currently set by NAFTA at 62 5 for autos light trucks engines and transmissions and 60 for other auto parts Our members strongly oppose lowering such regional value content requirement the letter stated The TPP must not confer an advantage to producers whose primary supply chain is located outside the TPP region Thomas J Gibson president and CEO of AISI said The auto supply chain is inextricably linked to the health of our countries respective steel industries and the prosperity of the North American auto and auto parts industries The standards must not be reduced Joseph Galimberti President of the CSPA said We are very much opposed to any measures in the TPP agreement which would undermine the long term global competitiveness of Canadian steel makers and their customers Salvador Quesada Salinas Director General of Canacero said Canacero is very concerned about the possible impact of relaxing in TPP the NAFTA regional value content for auto parts and light duty vehicles This will imply lower employment generation For further information AISI Lisa Harrison 202 452 7115 lharrison steel org CSPA Joseph Galimberti 613 238 6049

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  • CSPA PRESS RELEASE: Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    value added automotive manufacturing jurisdiction and is proud of our contribution as a supplier too many of the world s leading automotive OEM and parts suppliers based in Canada We do not believe Canada s domestic interest should be compromised to the potential advantage of low cost jurisdictions outside the TPP The CSPA has maintained an active interest in the progress of negotiation on the TPP and fully supports the Government of Canada s defense of Regional Value Content thresholds The CSPA believes that a minimum Regional Value Content by net cost of 50 for auto parts and light vehicles in the TPP is a reasonable compromise to the current 62 5 required in NAFTA CSPA members are active contributors to the automotive supply chain in Canada The North American automotive industry represented over one third of the 14 billion dollars in steel shipped by Canadian producers in 2014 The CSPA and its member companies know first hand that continued growth in the automotive sector is of significant benefit to the Canada economy The CSPA also believes that TPP negotiations continue to provide a clear cut incentive for the Government of Canada to strengthen Canada s trade remedy system with an eye to the mitigation of potential injury to Canadian manufacturers from dumped and subsidized imports The CSPA will continue to work towards the implementation of trade remedy modernization proposals which we believe should be adopted in a comprehensive and timely fashion About CSPA The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA is the national voice of Canada s 14 billion primary steel production industry Canadian steel producers are integral to the automotive energy construction and other demanding industrial supply chains CSPA seeks to work with governments and industry partners to advance public policies that enable a globally competitive business environment for

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  • A Notre Sujet | Canadienne des producteurs d'acier
    qualité concurrentiels et novateurs 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 Les sociétés membres de l ACPA produisent plus de 13 millions de tonnes métriques d acier par an à partir de 13 usines implantées dans huit provinces Les sociétés du secteur canadien de l acier emploient directement quelque 25 000 Canadiens et contribuent à soutenir 100 000 emplois indirects De plus elles génèrent des achats d environ neuf milliards de dollars en biens et services par année dans de nombreuses collectivités du Canada L ACPA s est engagée à travailler à la réussite d un secteur canadien de l acier fort et concurrentiel à l échelle internationale Dans le cadre de l association Les entreprises membres s efforcent de promouvoir des politiques favorisant notre capacité concurrentielle l innovation notre performance environnementale une main d œuvre compétente et productive et notre responsabilité sociale et Les efforts pour garantir un commerce de l acier libre et équitable et un contexte des affaires concurrentiel à l échelle mondiale contribuent également à la poursuite de ces objectifs L atteinte de ces objectifs est au cœur des efforts de l ACPA pour favoriser le développement des politiques publiques plus performantes aussi bien dans l intérêt du secteur de l acier que dans celui de l ensemble de notre pays Les membres de l ACPA tiennent à concrétiser les perspectives d avenir du secteur canadien de l acier en impliquant dans leurs projets les clients et les collectivités avec lesquels nous travaillons Comme le dynamisme et la réussite du secteur de l acier contribuent à renforcer notre économie les sociétés membres de l ACPA continueront à être des leaders au service

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  • Nos membres | Canadienne des producteurs d'acier
    membres Contactez nous Principales Initiatives Commerce Environnement et énergie Fabrication Compétences et innovation Nouvelles et médias Vidéo Photos Affiches Documentation à l appui Faits Saillants Sur L acier Liens Nos membres Nos membres constituent un groupe diversifié d entreprises exceptionnelles Dans une industrie mondiale en évolution rapide l ACPA entretient des liens étroits avec les principales entreprises sidérurgiques et industrielles à travers le monde Nous sommes en même temps fiers de poursuivre les traditions canadiennes d innovation d excellence technique de service à la clientèle et de responsabilité communautaire dans la production de l acier Visitez les sites de chacun d eux pour en apprendre davantage AltaSteel ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc Essar Steel Algoma Inc Evraz Inc NA Gerdau Ivaco Rio Tinto Fer et Titane Tenaris U S Steel Canada Nos membres A Notre Sujet 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 est important de disposer de politiques justes en matière de commerce et d investissement Potential for Canadian Industrial Exports is a Key Benefit of Canada E U Trade and Economic Cooperation Deal Latest Tweets RT TerrySheehanMP

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