The International Titanium Association (ITA), Denver, is seeking nominations for its 8th annual Titanium Development Award, which features a top prize of $20,000.
Leveltek International has been selected by BlueScope, an Australian steel company, to provide state-of-the-art stretch-leveling technology for a new coil plate processing line due to start supply in late 2014.
Ferragon Corporation purchased a Red Bud Industries’ .250 in. (6 mm) by 72 in. (1830 mm) stretcher leveler.
Janco Steel Ltd., Stoney Creek Ontario, has just announced the purchase of a new state-of-the-art .75 in. by 96 in. cut-to-length line with stretcher leveler.
In order to meet the growing demand for customized safety solutions based upon our customer’s unique needs around the globe, Herr-Voss Stamco has reached an agreement with Rockwell Automation.
Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Dallas-based MultiCam Inc. , a portfolio company of Blue Sage Capital, in its recapitalization with Rosewood Private Investments.
Independence Tube Corporation is proud to announce it has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification at our manufacturing divisions in Chicago and Marseilles, Illinois and Decatur, Alabama through registrar SAI Global.
Nelson Steel/Butech Bliss engineereed pickling line will feature anti-coil break roll technology, and will handle a maximum coil weight of 74,000 lbs.
BlueScope has announced an investment in state-of-the-art stretch-levelling technology for the manufacture of coil plate in Australia.
Located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, Samzach Enterprises has been distributing and supporting machine tools in Canada for over 30 years, and specifically waterjets for 16 years.
New resin formulation sparks revival of product designed for touch-ups and field repairs.
Over 30,000 machines sold – new innovation to be announced.
Wednesday was a “red-letter day at the Port of Duluth,” because seven ships arrived and began unloading materials needed by iron ore producers, while loaded ore vessels are on the water toward iron-deficient steel producers.
Mill Steel Co. announced the purchase, opening and expansion of its operations in Jeffersonville, Ind., at the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville.