Steel Import Monitor
The Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) System, under the Department of Commerce, collects and publishes early warning data of steel mill product imports. By design, this information provides stakeholders valuable information on steel trade with the United States. This is achieved through two tools: the steel licensing program and the steel import monitor.
SIMA, through the import monitor, provides an early indication on steel imports by publishing near real-time aggregate data on steel mill imports into the United States. These data incorporate information collected from steel license applications and publicly released Census data. The data are displayed in tables and graphs for users to analyze various levels and changes in steel trade involving the United States. Additionally, SIMA provides data on U.S. steel mill exports, as well as imports and exports of select downstream steel products (using only public data from Census).
You can view product groups by HTS codes here:
Industry Monitoring and Analysis
Phone: (202) 842-2105
Collects and publishes early warning data about U.S. imports of steel mill products.