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Cleveland Toll Processor Upgrades Capabilities

Tuesday, April 16, 2002
 
Ferrous Metal Processing, Cleveland, OH, has acquired a four-high cold-reduction reversing mill that will enable its customers to send their product over for temper rolling to improve flatness, gauge and surface, as well as for cold reduction. The mill should be operational by first quarter of 2003. It can roll steel from 0.037 to 0.312 in. thick, 18.5 to 62 in. wide. FMP is rebuilding and retrofitting the mill for carbon grades, to provide gauge tolerances of plus or minus 0.0005 in.

Batesville Tool & Die Welcomes U.S. Congressman

Monday, April 15, 2002
 
On April 2, 2002, United States Congressman Baron Hill (D-IN) visited metal stamper Batesville Tool & Die, Inc., Batesville, IN. Congressman Hill, who represents the 9th district of Indiana, listened as BT&D president Jody Fledderman presented facts and statistics on the effects that the recently announced steel tariffs will have on steel-consuming companies.

M.S. Willett Takes on German Machinery Line

Monday, April 15, 2002
 
Blema Kircheis, Aue, Germany, builder of sheet-feeding presses for production of can ends, shallow cans and closures, named M.S. Willett, Inc., Cockeysville, MD, as its exclusive sales and service agent for the United States and Canada. Blema also builds modular equipment used in secondary operations--curling, beading, seaming and sealing. Learn more about the German machine builder at http://leo-info.de/blema.

 

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