Asarco to consolidate HQ at Williams Centre

February 2008
Inside Tucson Business;2/25/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p3
The article reports on the consolidation of Asarco, a cooper mining company to its headquarters into one location at William Centre. The company said that it would moved about 130 salaried employees to the new location from three other offices. President Joseph F. Lafinsky, said that the consolidation will increase efficiency and reduce costs. The company is under Chapter 11 bancruptcy protection since August 17, 2005, and they wanted to sell assets as part of a plan to emerge from bancruptcy.


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