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German Equipment Manufacturer Acquires Capco Machinery Systems

22 Apr 2016 - Germany’s Heinrich Georg GmbH is expanding its North American presence, acquiring roll grinder manufacturer Capco Machinery Systems for an undisclosed amount.

POSCO to Open Wire Rod Processing Plant in Indiana

19 Apr 2016 - South Korea’s POSCO plans to build a US$19 million wire rod processing plant along the Ohio River in Indiana, according to an announcement by the state.

The Techs Engineer Named ASTM Committee Chair

15 Apr 2016 - Margaret A. Farabaugh, a technical services engineer for hot-dipped galvanizer The Techs, has been named chairperson of ASTM international committee A05 on metallic-coated iron and steel products, the standards maker has announced.

U.S. Toolmaker Expects New Marketing Opportunities Through European Acquisition

14 Apr 2016 - U.S.-based toolmaker Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. has closed on a deal to acquire the remaining interests in its European subsidiary, Allied Maxcut Engineering Co. Ltd. U.K., the company has announced.

Gerdau OKs New Skinpass Mill

11 Apr 2016 - Brazil’s Gerdau has awarded the final acceptance certificate on a new hot skinpass mill at its Ouro Branco plant, the supplier on the project has announced.

Nucor Plans Upgrades to Alabama Sheet Mill

05 Apr 2016 - Nucor Corp. is spending approximately US$4.4 million to upgrade the pickling line at its Decatur, Ala., sheet mill, according to reports.

Steel Technologies Expands Footprint, Announces New Tennessee Facility

31 Mar 2016 - Flat rolled processor Steel Technologies LLC plans to invest US$18 million in a new facility housing a slitting line and a 1,000-ton blanking press, the company has announced.

First 1-Inch Coil Processed on New Red Bud Line

09 Mar 2016 - Coil-processing equipment manufacturer Red Bud Industries recently celebrated a significant achievement – it has built and installed what it says is one of the world’s largest cut-to-length lines and has processed its first coil of 1-inch steel, the company said in a statement.

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