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Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. buys Sunbelt Steel Texas

In October, Los Angeles-based Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. added Sunbelt Steel Texas LLC, Houston, to its family of companies. >

Metal Supermarkets breaks sales records

Metal Supermarkets, Mississauga, Ontario, a supplier of small-quantity metals, experienced solid growth this year. >

OMAX Corp. selects Middle East distribution partner

OMAX Corp., Kent, Wash., a total solutions provider of abrasive waterjet technology, named its new distribution partner for the Middle East, German-Gulf Enterprises Ltd., Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. OMAX Corp. >

American Biltrite earns tape certification

This summer, American Biltrite, Moorestown, N.J., received a responsible tape manufacturer certification from the Pressure Sensitive Tape Council, a pressure-sensitive adhesive trade group. >

SMS buys two scrap metal operations

Scrap Metal Services LLC, Burnham, Ill., acquired ship recycler All Star Metals LLC and industrial scrap processor All Star Shredding LLC, both in Brownsville, Texas. >

Herr-Voss Stamco hosts ELT seminar

In August, coil processing equipment manufacturer Herr-Voss Stamco, Callery, Pa., hosted a leveling seminar in Pittsburgh to educate attendees about the company’s Enhanced Leveling Technology. >

Metal Coaters rebrands identity, adds Ohio facility

Metal Coaters, Houston, recently launched its new website, www.metalcoaters.com, literature and social media program as part of rebranding efforts. >

TMK IPSCO Moves headquarters

Pipe producer TMK IPSCO, Downers Grove, Ill., will move its headquarters to Houston by the summer of 2013 as part of a long-term strategy to grow in the oil and gas industries. >

Gerdau reuses 220 billion gallons of water

Gerdau, Tampa, Fla., reused 220 billion gallons of water in the first half of 2012, a result of the company’s investment in modern water treatment systems at its mills. >

Koike expands main facility for increased demand

Koike Aronson Inc./Ransome, Arcade, N.Y., has begun constructing a 30,000-square-foot addition to help the company meet demand for its metal cutting and positioning equipment. >

Wise Alloys to expand cold mill, add jobs

Wise Alloys, Muscle Shoals, Ala., announced a $59.8 million cold mill expansion, expected to generate at least 35 jobs. >

Edgen Murray opens stock facility in Saudi Arabia

In June, Edgen Murray, Baton Rouge, La., a global supplier of specialty steel products, opened a stock facility in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia. >

Bushwick Metals buys Tarco Steel and Metal Fab

Bushwick Metals LLC, Bridgeport, Conn., has acquired service center Tarco Steel Inc. and fabrication shop Metal Fab LLC, both in Binghamton, N.Y. >

Leeco Steel breaks ground on new facility

Leeco Steel, Lisle, Ill., a supplier of carbon, high-strength low-alloy, heat-treated and alloy plate steel began construction on a 73,000-square-foot warehouse facility in Cleburne, Texas. >

MSCI remembers Laurenson, former general counsel

Jim Laurenson, former general counsel for the Metals Service Center Institute, passed away on July 5 at the age of 73. >

O’Neal Flat Rolled Metals expands to Virginia

In August, Brighton, Colo.-based O’Neal Flat Rolled Metals moved into the former warehouse of its sister company, O’Neal Steel, in Lynchburg, Va. >

Champagne Metals announces new location

Champagne Metals, Glenpool, Okla., broke ground on an aluminum sheet and coil processing distribution center in Middlebury, Ind. >

Central Steel expands plate inventory

Central Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, is expanding its inventory of 72 inch and wider A36 and ASTM A572 grade 50 plate in its south region, which will be stocked in Cincinnati. >

Lafayette Steel & Aluminum adds SigmaNEST

Lafayette Steel & Aluminum, Lafayette, Ind., a division of Oscar Winski Co., has implemented Stratix/SigmaNest.>

MRC Global buys Chaparral Supply

MRC Global Inc., Houston, acquired Chaparral Supply LLC, Cherokee, Okla., from its parent company SandRidge Energy Inc. >

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