In Brief

February 2011
Industrial Heating;Feb2011, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p37
The article offers news briefs from metal industries, JSW Steel Ltd. has become the largest steelmaker in India, Elterma S.A. has changed its name to SECO/WARWICK Thermal S.A. and Ipsen Inc. has opened a sales office in Tokyo, Japan.


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