ACCCI was formed in 1944 by companies interested in establishing a forum to discuss and act upon issues of common concern to the metallurgical coke and coal chemicals industry. Today, ACCCI members represent over 95% of the metallurgical coke produced in the U.S. and Canada, including both merchant coke producers and integrated steel companies with coke production capacity, and 100% of companies producing coal chemicals in the U.S. and Canada. Nearly 150 representatives from about 45 companies contribute their knowledge and expertise to enhance the effectiveness of the Institute's programs.
AIST is a non-profit technical association of 17,500 members from 70 countries, with the mission to advance the technical development, production, processing and application of iron and steel. The organization is recognized as a global leader in networking, education and sustainability programs for advancing iron and steel technology.
For more than 100 years, Coal Age has served as the voice of authority throughout the coalfields. Coal Age is the magazine readers can trust for guidance and insight into this important industry.
Mining coal, either in underground or surface mining operations, has inherent risks. The three biggest concerns for the coal industry are safety, operational efficiency and environmental stewardship. Each edition of Coal Age contains articles that help coal operators do their jobs more safely and cost effectively. Coal Age will continue to lead with meaningful — and fearless — editorial that commands respect from a demanding and loyal readership.
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