Outokumpu Changing Tube Lines in Sweden

December 2006
Metal Center News;Dec2006, Vol. 46 Issue 13, p76
Trade Publication
The article informs that Outokumph is planning to shift some production lines and expand its OSTP stainless steel tubular business unit in Sweden in order to concentrate production of similar type tubes into one location. OSTP unit has around 40% production units of the company's total tube production capacity.


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