end of steel

end of steel

n
1. (Railways) a point up to which railway tracks have been laid
2. (Civil Engineering) a town located at such a point
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He has failed to deal properly with our once great NHS, pension funds, rail services, migration and we now face the possible end of steel production.
However, as we have said before, this small victory will not compensate for the devastation from the end of steel making.
Today, the KOBM steelmaking sequence is fully automated from the first oxygen blow to the end of steel tapping.
From cache #2 to cache #4 is nearly twenty-three miles, so you see I am now forty miles from the end of steel.
The merger, which is expected to be completed by the end of Steel Technologies' fiscal third quarter, is subject to approval by Steel Technologies' shareholders, any required regulatory approvals and other customary conditions.
THIS sombre scene could mark the end of steel making in Scotland.
Irvin Jackson, Dormanstown: This plant if mothballed will be the end of steel making on Teesside and the Labour Government have achieved what Margaret Thatcher didn't.
But both the Business Secretary and the Prime Minister insisted that the shutdown of the plant at 4pm today was not the end of steel making on Teesside after more than 150 years.
Small wonder some industry commenta tors are mentioning the unthinkable, the end of steel making in Port Talbot.
The important thing now is that they keep up the pressure on the Government to find a solution because the end of steel making in this region would have a devastating impact on the Tees Valley economy.