November 2007
Metal Center News;Nov2007, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p53
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the activity report presented by the Metals Service Center Institute on the decrease metal demand in the U.S. and Canada in September 2007. It is inferred that in September, the shipments of both steel and aluminum of both countries has declined. The U.S. service centers has totaled 4.02 million tons with 8.1% lower than September 2006, while the Canadian steel shipments has 8.9% decrease. The chart indicating the shipment report in September is presented.


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