Economy Takes Toll on Processors' Hopes

Markham, Dan
February 2008
Metal Center News;Feb2008, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the toll processing industry in North America in 2007-2008. Ed Panek, senior executive vice president of All Metals, said that 2007 overall was a fairly strong year for the sector, with significant decreases in orders from the automotive industry in the fourth quarter. Toll processors expressed reservations about the outlook for the first half of 2008, hoping the second half of the year held more promise.


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