Domestic steel mill shipments dipped year-to-date (YTD) through October from a year earlier, according to revised American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) data.
AISI said on Wednesday that in the first 10 months of this year, US steel mills shipped 75,080,374 net tons, down 0.8% from 75,675,222 tons in the same period last year. This is the most recently available data collected.
The institute noted that a revised comparison of 2023 YTD shipments through October vs. a year earlier shows the following changes: hot-rolled sheet, up 12%; cold-rolled sheet, up 2%; and corrosion-resistant sheet, up 1%.
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