A pending trade remedy investigation seeks duties of up to 300% on imported tin mill products, used to make tin cans in the United States. If the duties alleged are ultimately imposed, downstream American manufacturers will face higher input costs that will put them at a competitive disadvantage both domestically and internationally. This study estimates the likely impact on U.S. manufacturing employment. We focus on tin cans and canned food products. We find that the imposition of the duties on tin mill products imported from the subject countries will fall heavily on American downstream manufacturers and their workers.