Automakers Take Tollers Along for the Ride

Triplett, Tim
February 2011
Metal Center News;Feb2011, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
The article offers an outlook on the toll processing industry in the U.S. in 2011. It states that business is booming for toll processors as the auto industry, which is reportedly the single biggest market for toll processors, is making a strong comeback from the recession. It notes that the trend in steel prices, and auto production in the second quarter will dictate the future of toll processing. Comments from several toll processing executives are also presented.


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