Keystone Buys CaluMetals

April 2007
Metal Center News;Apr2007, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p46
Trade Publication
The article announces the acquisition of the operating assets of CaluMetals Inc., manufacturer of merchant and special bar quality products and special sections in carbon and alloy steel grades, by Keystone Consolidated Industries Inc. in Peoria, Arizona. Keystones expects to deliver the majority of the billet requirements of the purchased operations from its Peoria facility. Its executives said that the acquisition would help them enhance its vertical integration strategy.


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