Hoping to answer the call made by General Motors Corp. Chief Executive Officer Rick Wagoner earlier in the day, the American Iron and Steel Institute last Monday (May 14) announced two more initiatives aimed at developing lighter weight steel applications. The projects will concentrate on front-end structures and closure panels. Steel manufacturers hope the projects — building on others that have been released since 1998 — will help steel regain applications that have been converted by ...
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