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2016-2018 Strategic Plan Summary November 10, 2015 Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Exhibit 99.1

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The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the “Act”) provides a safe harbor for forward-looking statements made by or on our behalf. This news release may contain forward-looking statements that reflect our current views with respect to future events and financial performance. All statements in this document other than statements of historical fact are statements that are, or could be, deemed forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Act. In this document, statements regarding future financial position, sales, costs, earnings, cash flows, other measures of results of operations, capital expenditures or debt levels and plans, objectives, outlook, targets, guidance or goals are forward-looking statements. Words such as “may,” “intend,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “project,” “forecast” and other terms of similar meaning that indicate future events and trends are also generally intended to identify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which such statements are made, are not guarantees of future performance or expectations, and involve risks and uncertainties. For Ampco-Pittsburgh, these risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, those described under Item 1A, Risk Factors, of Ampco-Pittsburgh’s Annual Report on Form 10-K. In addition, there may be events in the future that we are not able to predict accurately or control which may cause actual results to differ materially from expectations expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. Except as required by applicable law, we assume no obligation, and disclaim any obligation, to update forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, events or otherwise.

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Presentation Outline Welcome, IntroductionJohn Stanik Forged and Cast Engineered ProductsRodney Scagline Air and Liquid ProcessingTerry Kenny SummaryDee Ann Johnson Questions

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Who is Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation? Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation manufactures and sells highly engineered, high performance specialty metal products and customized equipment utilized by industry throughout the world. Two segments are reported: Forged and Cast Engineered Products (known as UES) Air and Liquid Processing

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Today’s speakers John Stanik, CEO Dee Ann Johnson, CFO Rodney Scagline, President, Forged and Cast Engineered Products (Union Electric Steel) Terry Kenny, President, Air & Liquid Systems

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State of Ampco-Pittsburgh Forged and Cast Engineered Products or Union Electric Steel (UES) Historically served steel and aluminum industry primarily Current steel industry market conditions: Excess global steelmaking capacity impacting customer financial performance Cost control extended to vendors purchases Price concessions, emphasis on cost not performance Idled capacity in North America and Europe Result: Volume and revenue decline, margin decline Expect no steel industry recovery until 2017, at the earliest

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State of Ampco-Pittsburgh cont’d Good news: Flexible manufacturing assets: open-die forging Market pull into fracking industry Opportunity to diversify into broader markets Added Alloys Unlimited & Processing company (forged and cast product distribution center including short turnaround, emergency supply)

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State of Ampco-Pittsburgh cont’d Air and Liquid Processing Comprised of three businesses: Aerofin – Heat exchangers Buffalo Air Handling – Custom air handling systems Buffalo Pumps – Specialty centrifugal pumps Profitable, consistent performer Buffalo Air performance improvement in 2015 Lack of growth over past several years

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Key strategies to improve performance Union Electric Steel – stabilize business and return to profitability Roll Business Reduce costs (lean techniques) Invest in technical development Position as global player Other actions

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Key strategies to improve performance cont’d Diversify – open-die forged products Fracking industry Broaden capabilities Sales Logistics Manufacturing Geography Products

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Key strategies to improve performance cont’d Air and Liquid Processing Grow revenue Reduce costs, increase margins Strengthen engineering and manufacturing capabilities Revise sales and marketing approach

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How will we be successful? A Process Action plans have been assigned and will be measured and tracked. Clear delineation of responsibilities Annual strategy update Incorporate action plan results into compensation and annual internal business plans Monitor risks and mitigate in timely fashion; ERM in place Invest wisely with strong ROIC (including M&A) Integrate any acquisitions and maximize synergies

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2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan Union Electric Steel

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Union Electric Steel Strategic Plan Summary Union Electric Steel has historically represented 66% of total revenue of Ampco-Pittsburgh. Revenue

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Forged and Cast Engineered Products

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Roll Products

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Rolls Staged in Hot Strip Mill (HSM)

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UES Locations Manufacturing Sales Office Current Sales and Manufacturing Footprint

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Global Steel Industry Performance Steel companies’ profitability declining due to continued overcapacity. 2015 world capacity utilization ranging between 65 – 76%.

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Market Share by Region (2014 pcs) CAST FORGED

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Region Company Name Estimated Global Market Share EUR Akers Group 5% Coswig <2,5% ESW <2,5% GP <2,5% Innse <2% North America Akers National Roll <2% United <2% Whemco <2,5% S-AM Villares <2,5% Asia-Pacific Hitachi <2,5% Nippon Steel <2% China Gong Chang 5% Xingtai 10% Region Company Name Estimated Global Market Share EUR Akers 3% Sheffield Forgemasters <2,5% Steinhoff <2% Villares <1,5% N. America UES 5% Whemco <2% Superior <1,5% S-AM Villares <2,5% A-PAC Hitachi 2,5% Doosan <2,5% JCFC <2% JSW <1,5% China Xingtai 7% Baosteel 4% Main Competitors Cast Rolls Forged Rolls Industry is Fragmented.

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Forged Engineered Products (FEP) - Fluid Ends Fracking pump unit Mud Pump Fluid end Multiple fracking pump units on-site

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FEP Products - Bars

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N.A. Open Dies Sales Source: FIA

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Fracking Block Market ($200-300M) Lowered in September $200-300M/ year market - CONSUMABLE Integrated shop = supply chain advantage

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Additional FEP Potential Products New Target Products Blow-Out-Preventers (BOPs) Gears (e.g. pinion gears) Mining bits/steps Mud pump blocks Mud pump crankshafts Quills (on drilling rig) Reamers/stabilizers Shafts Wellhead forgings/valve bodies Wye blocks

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Strategic Actions to Improve Performance Commercial Strategic sales Marketing New products Operational Lean implementation Cost reduction Tactical Establish low cost manufacturing Strategic acquisitions

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2016-2018 Strategic Plan Air and Liquid Processing Segment

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Air and Liquid Processing Segment Information The Air and Liquid Processing Segment is comprised of three divisions: Aerofin Buffalo Air Handling Buffalo Pumps These divisions represent approximately 34% of Ampco- Pittsburgh’s total annual revenue.

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Air and Liquid Processing Segment Strategic Plan Summary

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Aerofin 2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan

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Aerofin Products Copper spiral finned nuclear stamped coil Split-Fit® Steam heating coils

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Aerofin Sales by Segment Aerofin sales by market: Fossil fuel power generation Industrial Nuclear power generation OEM/Commercial

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Aerofin Market Share 16.6% 83.4% 22.8% 77.2% 30.5%

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Aerofin Market Strategies Increase market share Introduce new products Expand markets and territory Improve manufacturing efficiencies/productivity by a minimum of 10% Explore acquisitions that complement Aerofin’s products and geography

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Aerofin Summary of Strategic Plan Revenue Average CAGR approximately 8.0%

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Buffalo Air Handling 2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan

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Buffalo Air Handling Products Rooftop unit at a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility Triple stacked units being installed at a research facility in Illinois Air handling unit in our manufacturing plant for a medical center in New York

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Buffalo Air Handling Why use a custom air handling unit? Reliability requirements Performance requirements Unique features such as special filtration or humidity control Air pressure requirements Air leakage control Energy recovery requirements Specific size limitations End user or engineer preference  

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Buffalo Air Handling Sales by Segment Buffalo Air Handling serves four primary markets Each unit is designed and manufactured to precise specifications

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Buffalo Air Handling Market Share Buffalo Air Handling has 12.2% of the available custom air handling market

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Buffalo Air Handling Market Strategies Grow targeted markets   Enhance opportunities for design basis Broaden product offering Reduce manufacturing costs Explore acquisitions with complementary products

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Buffalo Air Handling Summary of Strategic Plan Revenue Average CAGR approximately 10.0%

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Buffalo Pumps 2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan

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Buffalo Pumps Products Specialized Centrifugal Pumps Vertical double suction pump for a United States Navy surface vessel Vertical submerged lube oil pump Seal-less pump

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Buffalo Pumps Market Segments Fossil fuel power generation Military use Industrial refrigeration

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Buffalo Pumps Market Strategies Focus on customer service enhancements   Improve after market support Grow OEM market share Broaden product offerings Reduce manufacturing costs Explore acquisitions that complement Buffalo Pump’s products and markets served

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Buffalo Pumps Summary of Strategic Plan Revenue Average CAGR approximately 5.0%

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Air and Liquid Processing Segment Strategic Plan Summary

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2016-2018 Strategic Plan Financials Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Financial Assumptions Growth: Organic, no impact from potential acquisitions Markets: Forged and Cast Engineered Products (FCEP) Steel – no recovery in 2016. Slow and steady growth in 2017 and 2018 Oil and gas – improving in latter half of 2016 Air and Liquid Processing (ALP): Slow and steady growth for 2016-2018 Inflation: Direct materials: FCEP Segment: 2016 – flat; 2017 – 50% increase; 2018 - flat ALP Segment: 2016 – flat; 2017 & 2018 - 3% increase Currency: No significant change

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Revenue (2013-2018) Average CAGR > 10%

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Revenue Drivers (2014-2018)

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Revenue By Segment Historical Target 2018

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Operating Income (2013-2018)

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Financial Performance Drivers Reduced workforce Centralized back office functions Relocated corporate headquarters Froze significant portion of U.S. defined benefit plan Ongoing…. Implement company-wide “lean manufacturing” strategies Focus on cash flow and working capital management Enhance ROIC strategy and payback analyses

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Capital Expenditures (2013-2018)

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Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Financial Performance Metrics

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Key Takeaways Grow top line and reduce cost. Increase margin. Diversify. Use balance sheet to strengthen Ampco via investments based on ROIC Deploy a “system” that assigns responsibilities, tracks progress, mitigates risk and rewards success. Update strategy annually.

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Thank you Questions Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation