Nucor Plans Heat-Treat Facility in Hertford Co

August 2008
Metal Center News;Aug2008, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p45
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The article reports on the plan of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Nucor Corp. to install $110 million-worth plate heat-treating facility at its mill in Hertford County, North Carolina. It is noted that the heat-treat line will have an estimated capacity of 120,000 tons. President and chief executive officer Dan DiMicco asserts that the establishment of the heat-treat facility is a crucial step in enabling Nucor Corp.'s plate group to expand its value added product mix.


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