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China recently cut back its steel production for environmental reasons. Photo: simonkr/E+/Getty Images

What’s ahead with steel pricing

August 3, 2022By

As labor and shipping costs continue to rise, economists expect gradual increases in the price of steel this year.

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Maio: Either presidential winner likely to encounter roadblocks

October 23, 2020By

Proudfoot’s Alan Maio explains why there may be obstacles ahead for the winner of the 2020 presidential election.

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An aerial view of Washington Rock Quarries' Kapowsin Quarry. Photo: Jonathan Hart

What ‘Made in America’ means to one aggregate producer

September 22, 2020By

Jonathan Hart, vice president at Washington Rock Quarries, offers his two cents on this hot-button topic that’s taken center stage on presidential campaign trail.

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Take Pit & Quarry’s ‘Made in the USA’ survey

August 12, 2020By

The magazine’s editors are preparing a feature article on the concept of “Made in the USA,” and they want your feedback.

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AEM: Data shows tariffs costing taxpayers billions

September 11, 2019By

Dennis Slater, the president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), says it’s time to end the trade war once and for all.

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Report: Construction spending reaches record high

November 3, 2018By

Spending should stay robust through early 2019, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. But trade disputes, workforce shortages and rising interest rates threaten to undermine long-term growth in construction demand.

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Dana to purchase drive systems business

July 31, 2018By

The company announced an agreement to purchase the drive systems segment of Oerlikon Group.

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AEM: Tariffs discouraging US manufacturers

July 16, 2018By

Nobody wins in a global trade war, says Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).

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