May 2008
Metal Center News;May2008, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to metal industries in the U.S. Stainless steel plate distributor Plus Ten Stainless Inc. has been sold to a private firm led by Todd W. Rhodes and Mark Jurich. Red Bud Industries Inc. will host a coil-processing seminar in West Chester, Ohio on June 24, 2008. California-based Primrose Alloys in Burlingame, California has chosen Bayern's STEEL PLUS software to manage all aspects of its metal business.


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