January 2009
Metal Center News;Jan2009, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p47
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to metal industry in the U.S. ThyssenKrupp Steel USA LLC has ordered SMS Demag Processing Technologies's largest hydrochloric acid regeneration plant. Latrobe Specialty Steel Co. has been awarded by the Department of Defense a technology investment agreement to reduce production lead times by increasing production capacity remelted alloys. Steel Industry Systems Association has donated $13,000 to the Association for Iron & Steel Technology Foundation.


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