Tin mill to close

August 2006
Manufacturers' Monthly;Aug2006, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of a restructuring program and the closure of the tin mill of Bluescope Steel in Port Kembla, New South Wales. Bluescope will also close its manufacturing operations in Taiwan and eliminate about 250 management and staff jobs across all operations. The company also plans a range of other restructuring and outsourcing initiatives to be able to reduce costs throughout the year.


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