Steel's Band of Brothers Stack Up Well

Triplett, Tim
March 2007
Metal Center News;Mar2007, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with members of the North American Steel Alliance (NASA) in the U.S. is presented. According to DuBose Steel president Tom Harrington, they are expecting that the strong market for steel will continue throughout the year 2007. Lonnie Terry of North American Steel Alliance believes that mill consolidation has a positive impact on distributors. Charlie Hurches of Scion Steel explains the effects of competitive dynamics on regional competitions among large and small firms. INSET: NASA Going Strong After Decade of Change.


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