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The Importance Of Cash Flow To A Strong Business

“Track your cash flow and know your business financial status. It’s a big deal, don’t just take orders and hope you have enough cash.” 7 Secrets Your Steel Suppliers Won’t Tell You, Adam Osborn The inability to manage cash flow in business will lead to certain failure. There are a few basics to manage cash […]Read More

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Steel News – June 2019

Mexico Tariffs Suspended On June 7, US President Donald Trump signed an agreement with Mexico to indefinitely suspend the tariffs he was to add to all Mexican imports. President Trump stated: “Mexico, in turn, has agreed to take strong measures to stem the tide of Migration through Mexico, and to our Southern Border. This is […]Read More

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3 Traits Of Top Employees

In the June Newsletter, Bruce Margolin, COO of Ace Steel Supply, talked about traits of top employees. “Just recently, I was speaking with a good friend who relocated from Houston to Dubai, where he took a senior management position.  This was a bold move and viewed as a great opportunity.  Sometimes you just need to […]Read More

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June 2019 Newsletter

June 2019 Newsletter This month’s Ace Steel Supply Metal Mania newsletter is packed with news and interesting articles. Bruce offers metals market and business news, Barbara has news from our pet charity, Chances Dog Rescue, and Kara has travel tips. Our goal is to keep you informed and entertained. Click this link to learn how […]Read More

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US Steel Makers Question Mexico Tariffs

Recently, executives from three major U.S. steelmakers announced their concern over new tariffs on Mexico, expressing fear the tariffs will impact the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). President Trump wants the tariffs added to all Mexican imports, in an effort to stop the flow of illegal migration across the border. Trump plans to add a 5% tariff […]Read More