Here is a listing of the companies registered for the SMU Steel Summit 2020 Virtual Conference as of last week. Note that those companies with an * after their name means more than one person is attending. If your company is missing, or if you have questions about your registration, please contact Events@SteelMarketUpdate.com. You can view more conference details and register here on our website.
G&W Products, LLC
|O’Neal Steel, Inc.*
Optima Steel International, LLC.
Pacific Metals Trading Inc.*
Phoenix Steel Service, Inc.
Railroad Friction Products Corp
Red Bud Industries*
Reliance Steel and Aluminum
Rio Tinto Services Inc.
Rocky Mountain Institute
Ryerson Holding Corporation*
Samuel, Son & Co.*
Sandy Simon & Associates,LLC
Sector 3 Appraisals Inc.
Shivom Jay Steels International, LLC
Steel and Pipe Supply*
Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA)
Steel Market Update*
Steel Research Associates
Steel Warehouse Co., Inc.*
Superior Steel Supply, LLC
Ternium Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Ternium USA, Inc*
The Law Office of Lewis E. Leibowitz
Tokusen USA, Inc.
U.S. Geological Survey
United States Steel Corporation*
University of Minnesota
University of Washington
Vicwest Building Products
Wallner Expac Inc.*
Westman Steel Industries
Zeeco Metals Inc.
|* denotes those companies sending more than one attendee
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