Beefed-up Worthington goes it alone in plastic

Pryweller, Joseph
July 1999
Automotive News;7/5/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5827, p28O
Trade Publication
Profiles automobile parts company Worthington Custom Plastics Inc. Company background; Background on Worthington Industries Inc.'s spin off of the company.


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