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Iron & Steel Manufacturing in the US: Market Research Report

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Iron & Steel Manufacturing Market Research Report | NAICS 33111 | Oct 2014

Steely resolve: Rising downstream demand and higher exports will support industry recovery

The Iron & Steel Manufacturing market research report provides key industry analysis and industry statistics, measures market size, analyzes current and future industry trends and shows market share for the industry’s largest companies. IBISWorld publishes the largest collection of industry reports so you can see an industry’s supply chain, economic drivers and key buyers and markets.

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Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
$116bn
Annual Growth 09-14
10.5%
Annual Growth 14-19
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Employment
100,250
Businesses
410
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

The Iron and Steel Manufacturing industry was severely impacted by the global economic crisis. Revenue declined in 2009 after several years of growth, which was driven by increasing demand from downstream industries and rising steel prices. Demand from the industry's largest markets, automobile manufacturing and commercial building construction, dropped sharply as consumers reduced spending and businesses cut investment in new spaces. In the five years to 2019, the industry will benefit from stronger market conditions. Rising consumer spending and business investment will help manufacturing and construction industries grow, bolstering sales of steel products... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter

The Iron and Steel Manufacturing industry produces pig iron, ferroalloys and steel; steel product sales generate almost all of the industry's revenue because pig iron and ferroalloys are typically used as an input for steel production. About 62.0% of US steel is produced in electric arc furnaces, which essentially recycle scrap steel. The remaining production comes from blast furnaces in a process that involves heating pig iron and coke (i.e. coal) to produce steel.

Hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel sheets and strips

The industry's main products are cold-rolled and hot-rolled steel sheets and strips, which account for nearly half of sales at 23.3% and 20.3%, respectively... purchase to read more

 


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What is the Iron & Steel Manufacturing Industry?

Companies in this industry manufacture pig iron, steel and ferroalloys. Pig iron is often manufactured in a blast furnace or via newer direct-reduction methods. Steel may be manufactured in basic oxygen furnaces (newly made steel) or in electric arc furnaces (recycled steel). This industry also includes operators that manufacture basic steel shapes, such as bars, plates, rods, sheets, strips and wire or form pipes and tubes from steel they have produced themselves.

Industry Products
Hot-rolled sheets and stripsCold-rolled sheets and stripsHot-rolled and reinforced barsSteel platesHeavy structural shapesPipes and tubingTin mill products
 
Industry Activities
Direct reduction of iron oreManufacturing and converting pig ironProducing steel through the combination of coke and iron ore in blast furnacesProducing steel by melting recycled scrap steel, usually with pig iron, in electric arc furnacesProducing steel through the use of open-hearth furnacesManufacturing cold-rolled and hot-rolled steel productsManufacturing basic steel shapes (e.g. bar, plate, rod, sheet, strip and wire)Forming pipes and tubes from self-produced steelManufacturing and converting ferroalloys


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