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Stamper’s Name Change Reflects Expanding Markets

Tuesday, March 4, 2008
The Genesee Group/NY Inc., West Henrietta, NY, a contract manufacturer of precision metalformed parts and assemblies, has changed its name to Genesee Global Group Inc. “The name change highlights the global capabilities of the Genesee brand,” says company president Gerard M. Caschette. Along with the new name comes a new tagline: Integration With Imagination. Learn more at

Fabricator Can Now Laser-Cut Tube and Pipe

Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Ace Metal Crafts, Franklin Park, IL, has added a Mazak Fabrigear 150 3-D laser-cutting machine to its stable of equipment, to cut tube and pipe as well as I and H beams, C channel, angle iron and other shapes. Included with the machine is automatic tapping capability and automatic load, feed, cut and unload. Machine capacity: 6-in. round or square pipe, and shape lengths to 26 ft. Ace Metal Crafts, which operates a 40,000-sq.-ft. plant, serves customers in the chemical, environmental, food-processing, nuclear, packaging, pharmaceutical and plastics industries;

First-Ever Conference on How
U.S. Trade Policy Impacts Steel Users

Friday, February 29, 2008
Register now to attend The 2008 Steel Users Conference, April 28-29 in Washington, D.C. Hosted by The American Institute for International Steel (AIIS) and the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition (CITAC), the conference will serve as a forum for a discussion of U.S. trade policy and how the policy impacts steel users’ and consumers’ access to raw materials. Included on the agenda are representatives from Cargill Ferrous Intl., Olympic Steel, Credit Suisse, and the U. S. Dept. of Commerce, as well as William Gaskin, president of the Precision Metalforming Association. Registration: $575. Early-bird registration (by March 22): $475. Learn more and register at


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