Highlights Steel crunch could force shutdowns No supply relief on immediate horizon Pittsburgh — US automotive producers and other steel-intensive manufacturers are facing a supply shortage which could potentially lead to production shutdowns or reductions, according to numerous market sources. Not registered? Receive daily email
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The same fire that melts the butter hardens the egg. That “same fire” in Western Pennsylvania, the birthplace of American steel, was President Trump’s Section 232 tariffs. They hardened the barrier against steel imports while melting the aspirations of steelmakers who were relying on imports.