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Penn Stainless installs fourth waterjet

Penn Stainless Products, Quakertown, Pa., installed the Mach 3 Dynamic Waterjet System from Flow Corp., Kent, Wash. >

Almetals celebrates employee milestones

Almetals Inc., Wixom, Mich., observed the employment anniversary dates of three valued associates. >

CTI adds jumbo laser tube-cutting machine

Chicago Tube & Iron, Romeoville, Ill., expanded its laser fabrication capabilities with the addition of the BLM Group Adige LT Jumbo. >

DGI Supply acquires Tru-Cut, Supreme Saw

DGI Supply, Wheeling, Ill., the distribution arm of DoAll Co. Inc., has acquired Tru-Cut Tool and Supply Co., and its subsidiary, Supreme Saw & Service Co. Inc. >

Steel Warehouse Co. chooses Delta as manufacturer

Steel Warehouse Co., South Bend, Ind., chose Delta Steel Technologies, Irving, Texas, as the main manufacturer of terminal equipment for its Calvert, Ala., pickling line. >

Swedish Steel prize honors John Deere

Deere & Co., Moline, Ill., won the 2011 Swedish Steel Prize, awarded by SSAB, Stockholm, which recognizes the best high-strength-steel design. >

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. >

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