Dan Markham, Editor-in-Chief at Metal Center News, was in attendance for the North American Steel Alliance’s annual roundtable meeting in October of 2021 where he had the opportunity to ask some questions about the future of the steel industry. Thanks to Dan’s impeccable note-taking, we were provided with a great transcript from the meeting.
This roundtable provides very interesting insight on the current state of the steel industry, and how the NASA expects to see it change in 2022.
It seems that the NASA’s current perception of the future of the steel industry is that demand will rise throughout 2022, as will steel prices.
However, they have concerns with the labor market – specifically with the inability to fill open positions and the lack of available truck drivers.
Over the course of 2022, it will be interesting to see how the steel industry holds up and if the labor market changes at all.
To read the full transcript from Dan Markham, click here.
Story and Transcript courtesy of Dan Markham – Editor-in-Chief, Metal Center News
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