August 2007
Metal Center News;Aug2007, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p13
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The article announces the appointment of several people including Andrew G. Sharkey of the Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., Mike Heitzenrader of the Engineered Metals Group of Samuel, Son & Co. Inc. and Lawrence Murray of Dennen Steel Corp. in the U.S.


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