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MST adds quench-and-temper line

MST Seamless Tube & Pipe, a processor of quench-and-temper products in South Lyon, Mich., added a quench-and-temper heat treat line >

Atlas Tube adds slitting line

Atlas Tube commissioned a 5⁄8 inch by 76 inch wide slitting line for its Harrow, Ontario, facility >

Niles opens R&D facility

Niles Expanded Metals & Plastics, Niles, Ohio, opened Niles Expanded Technologies >

Central Steel purchases Bewo saw

Central Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, purchased a Bewo Cutting Systems high-speed automated cold saw >

O’Neal expands West Coast presence

O’Neal Industries Inc., Birmingham, Ala., through its subsidiary United Performance Metals Inc. >

Janco installs stretcher leveler/multiblanking line

Janco Steel Ltd., Stoney Creek, Ontario, expanded its processing abilities >

NASA adds three service centers

The Laguna Hills, Calif.-based North American Steel Alliance’s board of directors added three independently owned metal service centers >

Reliance acquires Continental Alloys & Services

Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., Los Angeles, purchased all outstanding capital securities of Continental Alloys & Services Inc., Houston >

Re-certified For recycled content

Concast Metal Products Co., Mars, Pa., announced the company’s products have been re-certified for recycled content. >

Mazak opens Southwest center

Mazak Corp., Florence, Ky., opened the Mazak Southwest Regional Headquarters and Technology Center in Houston on June 14. >

Reseller network expands for CAMWorks

Geometric Technologies, Scottsdale, Ariz., expanded the reseller base for its CAMWorks software. >

Marmon/Keystone adds crane

Marmon/Keystone, Butler, Pa., recently installed a 6-ton Konecranes. >

HPAlloys is ‘Indiana Company to Watch’

High Performance Alloys Inc., Tipton, Ind., was recognized as one of the 2011 Indiana Companies to Watch. >

Multiphase expansion for Champagne Metals

Champagne Metals and Processing, Glenpool, Okla., announced the opening of a processing branch in northern Indiana. >

TMK IPSCO ratifies agreement

TMK IPSCO, Downers Grove, Ill., and the United Steelworkers Local 9368 agreed on a five-year labor contract that replaces the one that has expired.>

MSP processing operation in full swing

Eight months after breaking ground, the flat-rolled toll processing operation at Mississippi Steel LLC, Columbus, Miss., is in full production.>

Increased anneal capacity for FMP

Ferrous Metal Processing, Cleveland, completed its hydrogen annealing expansion, which will double the company’s annealing output.>


ThyssenKrupp donates to disaster relief

ThyssenKrupp Steel USA, Calvert, Ala., is donating $10,000 on behalf of its team members to the Alabama Gulf Coast Red Cross Chapter for weather-related disaster relief efforts taking place in northern Alabama.>

COE Press adds China representative

COE Press Equipment, Sterling Heights, Mich., entered a partnership agreement with Shung-Dar China, Kunshan City, Jiangsu, a division of Shung-Dar Industrial Co. Ltd., Changhua City, Taiwan, a manufacturer of automatic feeding equipment for press lines.>

JDM orders stretcher leveler

JDM Steel Service, Chicago Heights, Ill., ordered a Red Bud Industries’ 0.5-inch by 72-inch stretcher leveler as part of an upgrade of the company’s processing capabilities.>

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