Toll Processors on the Leading Edge of Recovery

February 2011
Metal Center News;Feb2011, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on the results of a survey conducted by the journal which showed that toll processors in the U.S. are on the leading edge of recovery in 2011. It states that three out of four respondents say their business increased by over 30 percent in 2010, and expects to improve in 2011 averaging 17 percent. It notes that surveying the market is considered challenging as it is difficult to define a toll processor.


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