Swiss Steel Becoming Schmolz+Bickenbach

December 2006
Metal Center News;Dec2006, Vol. 46 Issue 13, p78
Trade Publication
The article informs that Carol Stream, Illinois-based Swiss Steel International NA will become Schmolz+Bickenbach USA Inc. and Schmolz+Bickenbach Canada Inc. with effect from January 1, 2007. According to Tony Elfstrom, President and CEO of both the new companies, ownership has not changed. The act is a desire to unify the global corporate identity of the companies involved in production, processing and distribution as a result of recent acquisitions by them in other parts of the world.


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