Undeterred by the Downturn, Thyssen Tackles the U.S. Market

Markham, Dan
November 2010
Metal Center News;Nov2010, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the steel-making operation of steel manufacturer ThyssenKrupp Steel USA LLC in Alabama. Chris Lackinger, the president and chief-operating-officer (CEO) of the said company, stresses that the company has continued its operation despite the economic crisis. He stresses that the company has used the latest technologies to minimize its environmental impact. The new operation is expected to bring additional carbon steel capacity to the market, the CEO also stated.


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