Nicked by Nickel Stainless Recovers

Markham, Dan
July 2008
Metal Center News;Jul2008, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on the recovery of some metal producers and distributors after the collapse of nickel pricing and to a new worldwide extermination of stainless inventories. Results of a survey conducted by service center and mail executives shows that the landscape after 12 turbulent months, an industry that escaped will be largely unharmed. However, producers and distributors of stainless steel products survived their close shave with the plumping price of nickel.


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