Atlas Tube Building Arkansas Mill

November 2005
Metal Center News;Nov2005, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports on the commencement of the construction of a new 450,000-square-foot plant in Blytheville, Arkansas by Atlas Tube Inc., the largest maker of hollow structural tubes. More than 100 workers will be hired at the plant, which should be fully operational by the end of 2006. The Atlas facility will be located near two large flat-rolled steel mills owned by Nucor Corp.


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