New Mill, New Market for Southland Tube

Triplett, Tim
September 2005
Metal Center News;Sep2005, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p44
Trade Publication
Focuses on the start of the commercial production of the new large-diameter mill of Southland Tube Inc. located in Birmingham, Alabama in October 2005. Cost of the mill's construction; Industrial equipment installed in the mill; Benefits of the mill's construction for the production capacity of the company. INSET: Sales-Driven Sons of the South.


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