Other Websites of Interest
American Iron & Steel Institute
AISI is comprised of producer member companies, including integrated, electric furnace, and reconstituted mills.
American Galvanizers Association
The American Galvanizers Association (AGA) is a not-for-profit trade association whose members represent the after-fabrication hot-dip galvanizing industry. AGA Members are located throughout North America, with affiliate members in over 20 countries worldwide.
American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc
AISC is a non-profit trade association and technical institute established in 1921 to serve the structural steel industry in the U.S. whose purpose is to promote the use of structural steel through research activities, market development, education, codes and specifications, technical assistance, quality certification and standardization.
American Society of Metals International
ASM International is the society for materials engineers and scientists, a worldwide network dedicated to advancing industry, technology and applications of metals and materials.
ASTM International is one of the largest voluntary standards development organizations in the world-a trusted source for technical standards for materials, products, systems, and services.
American Welding Society
The American Welding Society (AWS) was founded in 1919 as a multifaceted, nonprofit organization with a goal to advance the science, technology and application of welding and related joining disciplines.
Mexican steel producers’ association – Founded on September of 1949, and named C᭡ra Nacional de la Industria del Hierro y del Acero, as an independent institution.
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction
The national industry organization representing the structural steel, open web steel joist and steel platework fabricating industries.
Canadian Steel Producers Association
The Canadian Steel Producers Association (CSPA) is the national voice for Canada’s $11 billion steel-sales industry. Its 17 member plants account for 100% of steel production and employment in Canada.
Centre Belgo-Luxembourgeois d’Information de l’Acier ASBL
The Belgian-Luxembourg Steel Information Center (CBLIA/Staalinfocentrum) a professional organization for information and promotion of the use of steel in construction.
European Confederation of Iron and Steel Industries – Eurofer is the European Confederation of Iron and Steel Industries; founded in 1976 its offices are located in Brussels.
Federation Francaise de l’Acier (French Steel Federation)
Information about steel, the French steel industry, the FFA and related organizations
Founded in 1936, the Galvanizers Association is a worldwide organization with nearly 150 member companies. Members are producers of continuous galvanizing for iron, steel sheets, pipe and their suppliers. Their meetings provides a forum for discussion of topics pertaining to general galvanizing problems in order to advance the quality of galvanized products, thereby increasing public acceptance.
Industrial Fasteners Institute
The Industrial Fasteners Institute is an association of the leading North American manufacturers of bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and all types of special formed parts. IFI member companies combine their technical knowledge to advance the technology and application engineering of fasteners and formed parts through planned programs of research and education.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
ISO standards distil an international consensus from the broadest possi-ble base of stakeholder groups. Expert input comes from those closest to the needs for the standards and also to the results of implementing them. In this way, although voluntary, ISO standards are widely respected and accepted by public and private sectors internationally.
Iron and Steel Statistics Bureau
ISSB Ltd provides a comprehensive steel statistics service to industry in the UK. A vast wealth of data is available on steel production, provision and use, ranging from world-wide trade statistics, to production and delivery data to employment information. Much of this information is now available for sale to outside bodies through a series of publications.
Jernkontoret represents the interests of the Swedish steel industry in all matters except the labor market. Its first by-laws were approved in 1747 by King Fredrik I.
Steel Construction Institute
The objective of The Steel Construction Institute is to develop and promote the effective use of steel in construction.
Steelonthenet.com is a steel industry news and information portal which has been running since 2001. The site provides the latest steel news, information and statistics.
The Association of Iron and Steel Technology
Formed in January 2004 from the merger of the Iron & Steel Society and the Association of Iron and Steel Engineers