AISI

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AcronymDefinition
AISIAmerican Iron and Steel Institute
AISIAfrican Information Society Initiative
AISIAlberta Initiative for School Improvement (Canada)
AISIAs I See It
AISIAsosiasi Industri Sepeda Motor Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Motorcycle Industries Association; Jakarta, Indonesia)
AISIAssault, Inflicting Serious Injury (criminal law)
AISIAmerican International Supply, Inc (Oakland, CA)
AISIAirborne Instrumentation Subsystem - Internal
AISIAirborne Instrumentation System - Internal
AISIAutomatic Integrated Survey Instrument
AISIAssociazione Industrie Software Interattivo
AISIArmy Information System Integration (US Army)
AISIAaltamira Investment Services, Inc. (Canada)
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The Latin American Iron and Steel Institute (ILAFA), a civil non-profit organization, was founded in 1959 in Santiago de Chile, after Latin American steel entrepreneurs and industrialists gathered motivated by the strong desire of regional integration.
The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is a non-profit association of North American companies engaged in the iron and steel industry.
He is also a lobbyist for influential companies such as Shell Oil and for the American Iron and Steel Institute.
The steel recycling rates are based on data released from the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) annual statistical reports, U.
Judging by steel mill melting capacity numbers issued by the American Iron and Steel Institute, domestic demand will not be a driver in the near term.
Chamber of Commerce, a group of insurance companies, the American Iron and Steel Institute, and a business coalition of more than 60 trade associations and companies.
According to data from the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), recycled cans contain up to 30 percent recycled steel, some of which is collected from more than 18,000 curbside, drop-off and buy-back programs across the United States.
The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), Washington, reports a domestic steelmaking capability utilization rate of less than 90 percent in three of the four full weeks in May, falling below the 2004 annual average rate of 91.
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