Looking Ahead to Metals Through 2015

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This analysis, written by Tom Stundza shortly before his death, looks at the industry that has led the U.S. out of every recession since 1941. Manufacturing is the bellweather for recovery or recession.

The demand for metal in the manufacturing industry, from major OEMs to small machine shops, has been the leading indicator of recovery or recession since 1941.

All Metals & Forge Group, a forge facility and metals service center for manufacturing and the metalworking industries, has released it forecast, Looking Ahead to Metals Through 2015. This insightful overview covers the supply and demand of alloy steel, aluminum, carbon steel, nickel alloys, stainless steel, titanium and tool steel related to the recovery and future growth in the U.S. economy.

All Metals & Forge Group has been providing in-depth industry information to major OEM’s, metalworking subcontractors, machine shops, metal fabricators and other manufacturers since 1994. Earlier this year, the company released it general forecast for 2011. A complete copy of the article is available upon request.

The company’s website, http://www.steelforge.com, contains the entire library of white papers released by the company. The site also includes a 4,500 term metallurgical dictionary called SteeLog© and a reference catalog widely used throughout the industry. “We printed and mailed over a million copies of our reference guide before it was converted to a downloadable pdf in 2001,” said Mr. Lewis Weiss, the company president. “Both the catalog and web site are loaded with metallurgical information, as well as information about our products and services,” he said.


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