Steel Technologies Sells Custom Steel to American Railcar

April 2006
Metal Center News;Apr2006, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p59
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The article reports that the Steel Technologies Inc. has completed the sale of its Custom Steel Inc. subsidiary to the American Railcar Industries (ARI) Inc. The Custom Steel facility manufactures fabricated parts that support the nearby railcar production of ARI. Bradford T. Ray, CEO of Steel Technologies, said that the company is committed towards assuring a smooth transition for the employees in the facility and remains focused on opportunities in its core steel-processing business.


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