All's Quiet on the Nonferrous Front

Markham, Dan
November 2008
Metal Center News;Nov2008, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
The article outlines the impact of the worldwide financial crises to the aluminum mills and distributors in the U.S. The aluminum industry is no exception to those that are detrimentally impacted by the global economic downturn because the situation has created a period of general inactivity throughout the nonferrous world. According to Lloyd O'Carroll, president of research at Davenport & Co., it is projected that that the total aluminum cans produced will decline by 0.7% in 2008.


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