The steel market is hot, but it won't last forever

Mar 16, 2021
Delaware Steel President Lisa Goldenberg talks soaring steel prices and the possibility of a Biden infrastructure bill.
"Suppliers are making steel as fast as they can," Lisa Goldenberg says. Lead times are the "longest they've been in probably 15 years."
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After another shutdown, she's changing her definition of uncertainty

Jan 22, 2018
Lisa Goldenberg, president of the Delaware Steel Co., on how "the bar's been pushed way out."
The U.S. Capitol at dusk on Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C.
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Infrastructure spending could be good news for the steel industry — if it ever happens

May 18, 2017
It's time to take away the 'distracting toys and get back to work,' says Lisa Goldenberg of the Delaware Steel Co.
"We better get started on infrastructure now or our grandchildren won't even begin to see it," Lisa Goldenberg says.
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How the steel industry is reacting to President Trump

Jan 25, 2017
A steel company president says people in the steel world are "gaga for Trump"

How tariffs on Chinese imports affect the U.S. steel industry

May 18, 2016
Kai Ryssdal checks in with Delaware Steel in Pennsylvania.
Hot steel slab being rolled. 
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