Gerdau MACSTEEL Plans Heat-Treat Expansion

October 2008
Metal Center News;Oct2008, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p48
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The article reports on the $$9.4 million expansion approval made by Gerdau MACSTEEL on its heat-treat operation in Huntington, Indiana. The company expects to finish the said project in early 2009. The approved expansion projects will also include a 30,000 square feet building and modern bar-straightening equipment. Gerdau MACSTEEL Heat Treat is recognized as the major leader in quench and tempering of long products in the steel industry.


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