Westfield Fights That Empty Feeling

Markham, Dan
September 2009
Metal Center News;Sep2009, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the business diversification of Westfield Steel Inc. in Westfield, Indiana. It mentions that it was done through the creation of the transportation company Westfield Steel Express. The company says that the creation of the transportation company has reduced its inefficiency by expanding its logistics services to customers beyond steel delivery. Highlights of the company's establishment are also discussed.


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