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steelmaker

(ˈstiːlˌmeɪkə) or

steel manufacturer

n
(Commerce) a company that makes steel
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Noun1.steelmaker - a worker engaged in making steelsteelmaker - a worker engaged in making steel  
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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steelmaker

[ˈstiːlmeɪkər] nsidérurgiste msteel mill naciérie f, usine f sidérurgiquesteel wool nlaine f de fer
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In the making of steel, a chemical analysis is made of each caldron of molten pig-iron, when it starts on its way to be refined, and this analysis is sent by telephone to the steelmaker, so that he will know exactly how each potful is to be handled.
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This has crippled many steelmakers and has especially hit long producers such as ESCO," he said.
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The price increase agreement between the nation's biggest automaker and steelmaker may put pressure on other automakers and steelmakers to follow suit.
The Action Plan is a good starting point, but there still is a lot of work to be done until our sector will substantially benefit from the proposals," said Gordon Moffat, director general of European steelmakers association Eurofer.
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Two of Japan's biggest steelmakers merged last year as they looked to outpace their Chinese and South Korean rivals in the global market that has seen increasingly fierce price competition for the metal used in cars and construction.
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