With such a clear cost advantage, the Steel Broadcast Network could potentially interlink all components of the steel supply chain into one, global, network. It offers obscure startups a chance to market their products globally, potentially landing contracts with multinational firms.

But today, with or without the upheaval of the industry, steel buyers, sellers, and service providers have access to a new vehicle of communication that will augment, and maybe one day predominate, their global marketing strategies.

With instantaneous communication of prices, supplies, locations and of fers, the Steel Broadcast Network could radically change the topography of the steel industry, effectively interlinking every steel manufacturer and service provider within the global steel market with the click of a mouse.

The steel industry is going high-tech with a new website that promises to shake-up the world of steel trading.

Founded in Spring Lake, Michigan in , the Steel Broadcast Network has been growing rapidly, establishing itself as one of the premier means of steel trading for steel manufactures, steel service providers, and steel buyers.

Founded in Spring Lake, Michigan in , the Steel Broadcast Network has been growing rapidly, establishing itself as one of the premier means of steel trading for steel manufactures, steel service providers, and steel buyers. But for precarious firms- both fragile startups and anemic veterans- the exposure to cutthroat competition from every city, town, and village could be the kiss of death. But for precarious firms- both fragile startups and anemic veterans- the exposure to cutthroat competition from every city, town, and village could be the kiss of death. And it allows for contracts, shipments, and supply-related information to accelerate to a level never-before imagined.

With instantaneous communication of prices, supplies, locations and of fers, the Steel Broadcast Network could radically change the topography of the steel industry, effectively interlinking every steel manufacturer and service provider within the global steel market with the click of a mouse.The steel industry is going high-tech with a new website that promises to shake-up the world of steel trading.

But today, with or without the upheaval of the industry, steel buyers, sellers, and service providers have access to a new vehicle of communication that will augment, and maybe one day predominate, their global marketing strategies.

Like many online networking sites, the Steel Broadcast Network provides its services free of charge. This website uses a model akin to social networking sites and applies it to the steel industry, linking up steel buyers, sellers, and service providers into one central database known as the Steel Broadcast Network. By relying only on optional fees for a variety of advanced marketing services, the Steel Broadcasting Network has created a cost-free avenue of communication for virtually all steel-related firms in the international marketplace.

Of course, instantaneous communication is a double-edged sword.

Only time will tell how these dynamics will play out: the basic rules of economics suggest that the increased competition and communication will be a net boon to the industry, but, in the near-run, it could be a rocky ride, with well Brewing equipment known giants dying unexpected deaths, and young, tech-savvy upstarts rocketing onto the global arena. It offers obscure startups a chance to market their products globally, potentially landing contracts with multinational firms.

Of course, instantaneous communication is a double-edged sword. With such a clear cost advantage, the Steel Broadcast Network could potentially interlink all components of the steel supply chain into one, global, network.

Like many online networking sites, the Steel Broadcast Network provides its services free of charge. And it allows for contracts, shipments, and supply-related information to accelerate to a level never-before imagined. It offers unprecedented access to corners of the world market that would have otherwise been passed over by steel buyers.

. This website uses a model akin to social networking sites and applies it to the steel industry, linking up steel buyers, sellers, and service providers into one central database known as the Steel Broadcast Network. By relying only on optional fees for a variety of advanced marketing services, the Steel Broadcasting Network has created a cost-free avenue of communication for virtually all steel-related firms in the international marketplace. It offers unprecedented access to corners of the world market that would have otherwise been passed over by steel buyers.

Only time will tell how these dynamics will play out: the basic rules of economics suggest that the increased competition and communication will be a net boon to the industry, but, in the near-run, it could be a rocky ride, with well known giants dying unexpected deaths, and young, tech-savvy upstarts rocketing onto the global arena.