American Metal Market held its Third Annual Steel Tube & Pipe Conference March 22-23 in Houston, and if you’re a steel tube or pipe producer, you might give some thought to attending its fourth annual conference. It held something for everyone—industry overview, industry forecast, and a chance to network with many executives in the tube and pipe industry. While the presentations themselves were firmly rooted in statistics, facts, and sincere predictions, I couldn’t help but notice that two of the speakers threw the spotlight onto two sources of … how can I say it diplomatically? Nonfactual information? Information at variance with the truth? Outright lies? You pick one. (more...)
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By: Eric Lundin
If you're like me, you don't get too excited about day-to-day changes in atmospheric conditions, also known as the weather. Most of us have daily activities-going to work, attending classes, and so on-that are indoors anyway, so the weather usually doesn't have much effect on many people.
Usually and many are the key words. The current cold spell is pretty severe and has been with us for quite some time, and it's already had a small effect on all of us.