Schaeffer Industries Plans New Facility in Texas

February 2006
Metal Center News;Feb2006, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on Mira Loma, California-based Schaeffer Industries' completion of the purchase of 40 acres of rail-served industrial property in McKinney, Texas, to construct a new steel processing and distribution center. The facility will house a high-speed slitting and packing line.


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