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Industry Monitoring and Analysis

IMAU

Feature of the Month

Announcing the release of the Global Aluminum Trade Monitor 

This new monitor aggregates global aluminum trade data from the largest aluminum producing countries, covering the top exporters and importers. It allows users to create custom data visualizations for seven standard aggregate aluminum product categories and provides greater insight into changes in global market conditions.

The Aluminum Import Monitoring team will offer a virtual demo of the newly released Global Aluminum Trade Monitor on Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 2 pm EST.

Please contact aluminum.license@trade.gov for a reminder email for the demo or join the live demo here

Industry Monitoring and Analysis (IMAU) 

Industry Monitoring and Analysis administers the Department’s import licensing programs and the publicly available import monitoring systems.  Since more than half of the on-going U.S. trade remedy actions involve an aluminum or steel product, there is significant interest in following timely imports into the large U.S. market.   This site provides stakeholders with valuable information about both the aluminum and steel industry trends with a focus on U.S. imports.  The information regarding these industries is provided from both a domestic (U.S.) and global perspective to enable stakeholders to make informed decisions about trends in these industries.  Through interactive aluminum and steel import monitors stakeholders can track near current trends for imports for these industries.  We also provide several steel industry reports with unique data visualizations that provide insights into the industry performance both domestically and globally.

 

Aluminum Import Monitoring and Analysis
Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis
Contact Us:

AIM:                                                            SIMA:

aluminum.license@trade.gov       steel.license@trade.gov

(202) 482-1004                                  (202) 482-2105