TEMPER MILLS: 'Leveling' the Competition

Petry, Corinna C.
October 2005
Metal Center News;Oct2005, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p32
Trade Publication
Features several temper mills in the U.S. and Canada. Locations of the temper mills of IPSCO Inc.; Quality of steel products produced by Worthington Steel Co. at its pickling lines in Porter, Indiana and Monroe, Ohio; Accuracy of the production operations of Chicago, Illinois-based Feralloy Corp.


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