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Ford E Steel Alliance
557 wordsFORD and e-STEEL Enter Into Multi-Year e-Commerce Agreement Automotive Leader to Use Leading Online Steel Exchange to e-Enable Major Web-based, Global Value Chain Purchasing Initiative Dearborn, Mich., and New York, NY - Business Wire - May 17, 2000 - Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), and e-STEEL Corporation, the leading negotiation-based e-Commerce exchange for the global steel industry, today announced an initiative to e-enable complex procurement programs with the automaker's global Tier 1 suppli...
Largest Steel Producer In The U.S.
762 wordsNucor Case Analysis Case summary: Nucor is the world's largest recycler, recycling over 10 million tons of scrap steel annually. Nucor descended from auto manufacturer Ransom E. Olds, who founded Oldsmobile. The company evolved into the Nuclear Corporation of America, which was involved in the nuclear instrument and electronics business in the 50's and early 60's. Over the next five years, Valley Sheet Metal, Vulcraft Corporation and U.S. Semi-conductor Products joined the Nuclear Corporation. A...
Second Largest Steel Producer
1,962 wordsNucor Corporation in 2001: Pursuing Growth in a Troubled Steel Industry Table of Contents Introduction 3 Nucor's History 3 Current Strategy and Future Expectation 4 Analysis and evaluation 4 Dominant Economic Characteristics of the Steel Industry Environment 4 Competition analysis in the Steel Industry 5 SWOT Analysis 6 Recommendations 9 Introduction Nucor's History Nucor Corporation is the second-largest steel producer in the United States and has had net sales of $4.6 billion in 2000. Nucor re...
Major Concern Of Mini Mill Steel Manufacturers
1,563 wordsNucor Corporation - Structuring for Efficiency and Effectiveness Introduction Nucor achieved its position as one of the largest steel producers in the United States by carefully monitoring costs and paying attention to the needs of its markets. This strategy of providing its customers with a competitive product at competitive prices has brought success and growth to Nucor, in sales, income, and stock price. Recently, however, the control of the organization has been brought into question. The re...
1,386 wordsAndrew Carnegie was an intelligent Scottish immigrant that excelled in the steel and oil industries. He provided our country with inexpensive steel that allowed other industries to thrive. Carnegie was also a generous and well-known philanthropist. Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland November 25, 1835. His parents, William and Margaret Carnegie, were impoverished iron mill workers. They immigrated to the United States in search of employment and opportunities in 1848. Andrew Carneg...
Scrap Steel Into New Steel Products
1,315 wordsNucor Corporation is constantly faced with obstacles and competition to overcome. This steel-making company whose name was formally adopted in 1972, has since been on a journey to join the ranks of the worlds leading steel companies. Although this is a highly profitable industry with a U.S. market of $94.9 billion, it is highly competitive and presents many barriers to entry. Three elements of competition in this particular industry include, 1.) Technology 2) Changes in cost and efficiencies and...
National Steel Pellet Company
857 wordsPrimary The primary sector includes such businesses as agriculture, fishing, forestry and mining. It is the one that deals with raw materials. An example of an organisation from this sector is National Steel Pellet Company based on the Mesabi Iron Range of Minnesota The purpose of this organisation is to mine iron ore from the earth and mix it with other materials to make steel pellets, which are then transferred to another company to turn it into other finished steel materials such as steel she...
Steel In The U.S. Carnegie
282 wordsCarnegie, Andrew (1835-1919), American industrialist and philanthropist, who, at the age of 33, when he had an annual income of $50,000, said, Beyond this never earn, make no effort to increase fortune, but spend the surplus each year for benevolent purposes. Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland. He went to the U.S. in 1848 and soon began work as a bobbin boy in a cotton mill in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, for $1.20 per week. The following year he became a messenger in a Pittsburgh telegraph ...
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