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Tower Fasteners Named Distributor
for Tinnerman Palnut Fasteners

Thursday, February 06, 2003
 
Tower Fasteners Co., Inc., Holtsville, NY, a distributor of fasteners and electronic hardware, has been named an official distributor for Tinnerman Palnut Engineered Products, Brunswick, OH, a manufacturer of metal and plastic fasteners. For more, visit www.towerfast.com.
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SKI Industries Creates Bending-Machine
Design, Building and Service Company

Thursday, February 06, 2003
 
SKI Industries, Inc., Shelby Township, MI, has created Forming Technologies LLC, a company that designs and builds standard and special automatic and semi-automatic bending machines for tubing, solid stock or extruded materials. The company also provides repair, rebuild and retrofit services for other bending-machine models. Forming Technologies has established a product line that includes SKI shape and tube benders offered in CNC and semi-automatic models with diameter capacities from 0.25 to 6 in. Also offered are control retrofits and upgrades that feature BendPro multi-axis bender controls; a complete stock of replacement parts for the Pines line of benders; and complete repair, rebuild and retrofit services for manual and CNC benders of all makes. In addition, the company has developed and applied for patents on Most, a new manual orienting and sequencing attachment that reportedly provides simple adjustments for part rotation and orientation. For more, visit www.skiindustries.com.
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U.S. and Canada Consider Unified Steel Market

Wednesday, February 05, 2003
 
Diplomats from Canada and the United States are discussing the creation of a single North American market for steel that may include a pledge to avoid duties levied during trade disputes, or perhaps the establishment of a customs union under NAFTA. The topic is under discussion this week during meetings (Feb. 4-5)in Washington between Canadian Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans.
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