SeverCorr Melt Shop Produces First Coils

September 2007
Metal Center News;Sep2007, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports that Columbus, Mississippi-based SeverCorr has started the production of hot-rolled steel coils at its facility. According to SeverCorr CEO John Correnti said that the groundbreaking of the facility is a reflection of the team's dedication and hardwork. The SeverCorr melt shop was designed to produce high-quality exposed steels.


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