Nucor Adds Second Castrip Facility

November 2005
Metal Center News;Nov2005, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p56
Trade Publication
The article announces the plans of Nucor Corp. to build a second Castrip production facility during a conference in Blytheville, Arkansas. Blytheville was chosen over several other Nucor plants that made bids to house the Castrip thin-slab-casting production facility due to its markets, logistics and excess melting capacity. The new production facility is estimated to cost 110 million to 120 million dollars to build.


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