HIGH STRENGTH carbon steel plate made in China

  • Tata Steel puts British business including Port Talbot up for sale

    High manufuacturing costs, competition from China and a global oversupply of steel have made business too expensive in the UK, Tata said

  • Canadian troops to test bionic knee brace to boost strength, endurance

    The brace, made of ultra-high strength reinforced carbon, uses a liquid spring technology and can allow someone to lift the equivalent of their body weight

  • Chinese government imposes tariff on EU steel imports

    China’s move is likely to anger UK steelworkers and unions, who blame the country for much of the industry’s recent troublesChina has risked raising tensions over its role in the UK steel crisis by imposing a 46% import duty on a type of

  • China pledges to cut steel glut, avoid race to devalue yuan

    BEIJING, China - China promised Tuesday to rein in steel production that is flooding global markets and to work with Washington to enforce anti-nuclear sanctions against North Korea, but the two sides ended high-level talks with no announcements

  • Steel crisis grows as Caparo cuts 452 jobs

    Administrator PwC announces immediate closure of five sites, with bulk of job losses concentrated in West MidlandsGovernment attempts to contain the mounting UK steel crisis have been dealt a further blow after Caparo Industries announced 452 job

  • The Guardian view on the steel industry: where’s the entrepreneurial state when it’s needed? | Editorial

    Redcar is probably lost, Scunthorpe looks in trouble. Who is doing the thinking about how steel-making can survive in Britain?The Redcar plant appears gone beyond reprieve. Now Scunthorpe is to lose 1,200 jobs and the prospects for the remaining

  • EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports

    The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.

  • China shifts course on carbon emissions, promises action ahead of Paris climate talks

    BEIJING, China - China has changed course and emerged as a leader in curbing greenhouse gas emissions six years after it was accused of obstructing the last high-level climate talks in Copenhagen.

  • Tightrope acrobats SPRINT on a steel wire suspended at 1,000 feet high

    A heart-stopping video captures the moment three acrobats sprint on a steel wire situated at nearly 1,000 feet high in China. Swiss man Freddy Nock won the 100-metre race with 42.04 seconds.

  • China to parade high-tech weaponry in signal of strength, and shop window

    By Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING, Aug 28 (Reuters) - From ballistic missiles to fighter jets, China has rolled out a host of high-tech weaponry ahead of a parade

  • Tata Steel puts British business including Port Talbot up for sale

    High manufuacturing costs, competition from China and a global oversupply of steel have made business too expensive in the UK, Tata said

  • Canadian troops to test bionic knee brace to boost strength, endurance

    The brace, made of ultra-high strength reinforced carbon, uses a liquid spring technology and can allow someone to lift the equivalent of their body weight

  • Chinese government imposes tariff on EU steel imports

    China’s move is likely to anger UK steelworkers and unions, who blame the country for much of the industry’s recent troublesChina has risked raising tensions over its role in the UK steel crisis by imposing a 46% import duty on a type of

  • China pledges to cut steel glut, avoid race to devalue yuan

    BEIJING, China - China promised Tuesday to rein in steel production that is flooding global markets and to work with Washington to enforce anti-nuclear sanctions against North Korea, but the two sides ended high-level talks with no announcements

  • Steel crisis grows as Caparo cuts 452 jobs

    Administrator PwC announces immediate closure of five sites, with bulk of job losses concentrated in West MidlandsGovernment attempts to contain the mounting UK steel crisis have been dealt a further blow after Caparo Industries announced 452 job

  • The Guardian view on the steel industry: where’s the entrepreneurial state when it’s needed? | Editorial

    Redcar is probably lost, Scunthorpe looks in trouble. Who is doing the thinking about how steel-making can survive in Britain?The Redcar plant appears gone beyond reprieve. Now Scunthorpe is to lose 1,200 jobs and the prospects for the remaining

  • EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports

    The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.

  • China shifts course on carbon emissions, promises action ahead of Paris climate talks

    BEIJING, China - China has changed course and emerged as a leader in curbing greenhouse gas emissions six years after it was accused of obstructing the last high-level climate talks in Copenhagen.

  • Tightrope acrobats SPRINT on a steel wire suspended at 1,000 feet high

    A heart-stopping video captures the moment three acrobats sprint on a steel wire situated at nearly 1,000 feet high in China. Swiss man Freddy Nock won the 100-metre race with 42.04 seconds.

  • China to parade high-tech weaponry in signal of strength, and shop window

    By Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING, Aug 28 (Reuters) - From ballistic missiles to fighter jets, China has rolled out a host of high-tech weaponry ahead of a parade