Amerinox Expands Processing Capabilities

September 2005
Metal Center News;Sep2005, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of Amerinox Processing, the business name of Gulf & Northern Trading as a distributor of stainless steel products, in expanding its processing capabilities. Relevance of the acquisition of Philadelphia Stainless, a producer of sheared and edged stainless steel flat bar, in the expansion of the company; Impact of the addition of a coil-to-coil polishing line on the production capacity of the company; Effect of the addition of the polishing line on the organizational structure of the company.


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