Business is Brisk for Ports of Indiana

August 2005
Metal Center News;Aug2005, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p51
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in tons of cargo handled by the ports in Indiana in the first half of 2005. Comparison of the percentage of increase in cargo across the state's docks with the entire 2003; Current market developments that give reason for optimism as the low levels of imports and the domestic mills' reduction in production have an impact on inventories; Decline in demand for inventories due to lower levels of imports and domestic production and shipments; Total steel imports made in June 2005.


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