Steel Industry Deals with Disaster

September 2005
Metal Center News;Sep2005, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p62
Trade Publication
Focuses on the assessment of various metal manufacturers with facilities in the U.S. Gulf Coast area on the damage brought by Hurricane Katrina that hit the area in September 2005. Closure of the facility of Aluminum & Stainless Inc. in New Orleans, Louisiana because of the flood; Action taken by Namasco Corp. Ltd. in helping its employees affected by the hurricane in New Orleans; Condition of the steelworks facility of IPSCO Inc. in Mobile, Alabama.


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