Stelco Finds Buyer for Stelpipe

September 2005
Metal Center News;Sep2005, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p65
Trade Publication
Reports that Stelco Inc. has signed an agreement to sell the assets of its subsidiary company Stelpipe Ltd. to Romspen Investment Corp., an independent non-bank lender and financier based in Toronto, Ontario. Terms and conditions of the deal; Target date of the deal's completion; Statement of Courtney Pratt, president and CEO of Stelco, on the benefits of the deal for the business operations of Stelpipe.


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