AIIS Newsletter: APRIL 2018

Market Update As President Trump continues to march off to (trade) war, the U.S. economy is starting to show the negative effects. Trump on March 8 announced plans to impose 25 percent tariffs on steel imports, as well as 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imports. Since...

AIIS CUSTOMS CORNER | Section 232 Implementation

U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for administration of the Section 232 Steel and Aluminum Remedies ordered by Presidential Proclamation. These remedies provide for 25% additional Customs duties for covered steel products and 10% additional...

How to apply for 232 exclusions | AIIS DIY Guide

Dear AIIS member, In order to better help you navigate the complexities of the recently released Department of Commerce (DOC) rules pertaining to product exclusion requests related to the new “232” steel and aluminum tariffs, we are pleased to send you this...

January 2017 Steel Exports Press Release

Alexandria, VA. March 27, 2018. Steel exports jumped by more than one-tenth to start the year, rising to 831,184 net tons in January. The monthly total, which was 10.5 percent higher than in December and 1.6 percent above the January 2017 level, included 429,384 net...