PwC’s Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 audit share of metals companies by revenue is greater than that of any other accounting firm. With a combination of the discipline of a public accounting firm with the creativity of a consulting firm, we create lasting value for you by bringing together the precision, structure, and deep analytical capabilities of audit and tax and the creative mindset and problem-solving skills of consulting. We are objective in our work and careful to use fact-based approaches and replicable methodologies. We begin with the end in mind and consider implications across strategy, structure, people, process, and technology. With a focus on action, impact, and value, we don’t just assess and recommend; we also help you implement with agility and flexibility. We take advantage of our global reach and inter-disciplinary talent to deliver what you need, when and where you need it.

Metals insights

Forging ahead Forging ahead: Q1 2016
Deal value increased both sequentially and year-over-year in the metals sector in the first quarter, driven by a substantial increase in Megadeal activity and despite a decline in volume over the previous quarter.

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Forging ahead Assessing tax: 2015
Tax rate benchmarking can be an enormously valuable tool for tax executives determined to generate greater value from their tax departments. Assessing tax 2015 includes an analysis of tax rate metrics for the Industrial Manufacturing and Metals industries in addition to helping you to gain meaningful insight into key trends to support business growth.
Shale gas: Still a boon to US manufacturing? Shale gas: Still a boon to US manufacturing?
US shale gas development
 is maturing swiftly and its momentous growth is not only changing the country’s energy mix, and affecting energy markets globally. It’s also giving US manufacturing a boost through significant cost savings and job creation.
New! PwC's Industrial Insights blog Tax technology: Creating a strategic asset
How do manufacturing companies use technology in their tax functions? PwC and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) surveyed more than 100 companies to uncover leading practices and challenges in applying technology to the tax function.
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Meet the PwC Metals practice

Our Metals practice serves ferrous and nonferrous primary and secondary metals producers through a network of nearly 1,000 professionals strategically located around the world who provide assurance, tax, and advisory services. Central to the successful delivery of our services is an in-depth understanding of today’s industry issues, in addition to a wealth of specialized resources and “best practices” that help in solving complex business challenges. Our highly-skilled team encourages dialogue on top-of-mind trends and issues through active participation in industry conferences and associations, such as the American Iron and Steel Institute, as well as through industry-focused publications and Web forums.

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