AK Likely to Idle Ashland Works

June 2009
Metal Center News;Jun2009, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p65
Trade Publication
The article reports on the idle operation of the Ashland Works of AK Steel Corp. in West Chester, Ohio. In July 2009 or early August 2009, the company will implement production curtailments as a result of the poor economy. The company claims of having low level orders considering the depressed business levels. Moreover, it has insufficient rolling facilities needed for the operation.


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