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ArcelorMittal releases Corporate Responsibility Report

ArcelorMittal USA, Chicago, released its 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report. >

MSCI forms red metals division

The Metals Service Center Institute, Rolling Meadows, Ill., is expanding its products and services. >

Turner Steel secures self-help tool

Turner Steel Co. Inc., West Bridgewater, Mass., installed the Web Access Module from Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Enmark Systems Inc. >

Willbanks adds second leveler

Willbanks Metals Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, installed its second Bradbury eDrive leveler. >

NASA expands ownership

The Laguna Hills, Calif.-based North American Steel Alliance board of directors added five independently owned U.S. and Canadian metal service centers. >

O’Neal’s Metalwest, TAD team up

Metalwest and TAD Metals, two member companies of O’Neal Industries, Birmingham, Ala., combined to become O’Neal Flat Rolled Metals. >

Samuel grows North American footprint

An agreement for the Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, acquisition of Doral Steel has been completed. >

ThyssenKrupp offers 72-inch widths

Calvert, Ala.-based ThyssenKrupp Stainless USA’s customers in NAFTA countries now can buy 72-inch-wide stainless steel flat products produced in the United States. >

Gerdau awarded for safety practices

The World Steel Association awarded Gerdau, Tampa, Fla., the “Safety and Health Excellence Recognition 2011” award. >

Bystronic celebrates 25 years

Bystronic, Elgin, Ill., marks its 25th anniversary this year. >

Ranger adds specialty plate division

Ranger Steel, Houston, established a specialty plate division and expanded its product line. >

Summit Steel supplies Caterpillar

Summit Steel Corp., Chagrin Falls, Ohio, has been awarded status as a Caterpillar Inc.-approved steel provider. >

Ryerson opens Utah facility

Ryerson Inc., Chicago, opened a 54,000-square-foot distribution facility in Salt Lake City. >

Metals CFOs pessimistic about industry

Metals CFOs reported feeling slightly more pessimistic about the state of their industry in the six months prior to a survey conducted by GE Capital Americas, Norwalk, Conn. >

Carpenter to build premium products facility

Carpenter Technology Corp., Wyomissing, Pa., will construct a 400,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. >

Pro-Tec chooses TwinLap welder

Pro-Tec Coating Co., a Leipsic, Ohio-based joint venture of U.S. Steel Corp. and Kobe Steel Ltd., selected a TwinLap welder from Dallas-based Taylor-Winfield for use in a continuous annealing processing line. >

Stripco orders Red Bud EPS coil line

Stripco Inc., Mishawaka, Ind., ordered an EPS coil line from Red Bud Industries, Red Bud, Ill. >

Severstal begins cold run on new line

Severstal North America, Dearborn, Mich., recently began the cold commissioning of its Dearborn facility’s new hot-dip galvanizing line. >

Marmon/Keystone adds high-speed band saws

Butler, Pa.-based Marmon/Keystone’s Spring Valley, Ill., warehouse installed two horizontal band saws. >

Samuel installs leveling system

Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, is installing a Herr Voss leveling system in front of its continuous CTL line at the company’s Nash Road facility in Hamilton, Ontario. >

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