Distributor Tri Star Merges with Producer Pinnacle Metals

July 2010
Metal Center News;Jul2010, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to the steel industry in the U.S. The merge between Tri Star Metals LLC and Pinnacle Metals Inc. was able to establish Tri Star Metals as a fully integrated wire mill. The newly opened service center of Russel Metals Inc. will be operated by Acier Leroux. New Process Steel LP has won the labor case dispute with the National Labor Relations Board.


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