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American Douglas Metals moves to larger space

American Douglas Metals, Orlando, Fla., a metal distributor, fabricator and processor, moved its Kenmore, N.Y., facility to a state-of-the-art, 80,000-square-foot space in Buffalo, N.Y.

Shape the future: OMAX's 20th anniversary open house and technology event

OMAX Corporation welcomed nearly 600 customers, friends, family and special guests from across the country at SHAPE THE FUTURE: OMAX’s 20th Anniversary Open House and Technology Event. In addition to live cutting demonstrations and interactive technical sessions, the event featured tours of OMAX’s recently expanded, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Kent, Wash.

Gerdau expansion nearly complete

Gerdau Special Steel, Jackson, Mich., is expanding its SBQ facility in Huntington, Ind.

Axis Pipe and Tube breaks ground on new facility

Officials of Axis Pipe and Tube, Inc., The Prolamsa Group and state and local officials participated in groundbreaking ceremonies today in Bryan, TX for a new pipe and tube facility. The company will invest in excess of $150 million in this new state-of-the-art facility.

Capital Scrap Metal buys Coastal Scrap Metal

Capital Scrap Metal, Deerfield, Fla., expanded its operations by purchasing scrap metal dealer Coastal Scrap Metal, West Palm Beach, Fla.

ESAB Launches CNC cutting blog

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has launched a blog for the CNC cutting community. ESAB Edge, The CNC Cutting Blog, will feature a variety of posts on CNC cutting systems, plasma, oxyfuel, waterjet, and laser cutting processes, and related topics.

The Warren Co. celebrates 100th anniversary

The Warren Co., Erie, Pa., has been providing steel and metal products to customers for 100 years.

McNichols opens new service center

The McNichols Co., Tampa, Fla., recently opened a 24,000-square-foot facility in Denver.

Marmon/Keystone’s Charlotte branch upgrades equipment

Butler, Pa.-based Marmon/Keystone invested in new cutting equipment for its Charlotte, N.C., branch.

Boeing recognizes TW Metals as a top supplier

The Boeing Co. recognized Exton, Pa.-based TW Metals’ Woodville Division as a Supplier of the Year in the Common Aerospace Commodities category.

O’Neal Industries buys Vulcanium Metals

O’Neal Industries, Birmingham, Ala., through its subsidiary United Performance Metals, Hamilton, Ohio, acquired Vulcanium Metals, Northbrook, Ill., a distributor of titanium sheet, bar, block and plate products for the aerospace and defense industries.

Novelis victorious at Platts Global Metals Awards

Novelis Inc., Atlanta, brought home Company of the Year honors and it’s CEO, Phil Martens, won CEO of the Year at the inaugural Platts Global Metals Awards in London.

Mazak expands North American headquarters

Mazak Corp., Florence, Ky., currently is adding 200,000 square feet of floor space to its North American manufacturing plant.

Rolled Alloys’ Richburg, S.C., facility earns ISO certification

Rolled Alloys received ISO 9001:2008/AS9100C certification for establishing and applying a quality system for the supply and distribution of stainless steel, nickel alloys and titanium alloys.

Italian waterjet company opens in the United States

Waterjet USA LLC, Geneva, Ill., was established to support users of cutting machines from Waterjet Corp., Monza, Italy, with sales, service and parts.

The steel industry loses a great friend

John “Bart” Williams, 71, a former salesman at Taylor Steel Inc., Stoney Creek, Ontario, recently passed away.

Lenox completes surveillance audit

Lenox, East Longmeadow, Mass., a manufacturer of band saw blades, power tool accessories and hand tools, completed the annual ISO 9001 surveillance audit in April.

MidWest named service center of the year finalist

American Metal Market named MidWest Materials, Perry, Ohio, a finalist in the Steel Service Center of the Year category at its fourth annual Awards for Steel Excellence.

Harbor Steel adds space, equipment

To meet customer demand, service center Harbor Steel & Supply Corp., Muskegon, Mich., added new facilities and capital equipment.

CBSA welcomes Univertical

Univertical Corp., Detroit, recently joined the Copper and Brass Servicenter Association, Overland Park, Kan.

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