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Service Center Institute Names New Directors

Monday, May 24, 2004
 
The Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) confirmed 10 new board members at its recently held annual meeting. The new directors include Lawrence J. Burr, president and CEO of Atlas Steel Products Co.; Everett P. Chesley, executive vice president and CFO of Integris Metals; Mark Haight, general manager of Infra-Metals Co.; James D. Hoffman, vice president of Earl M. Jorgensen Co.; Michael Hoffman, president and CEO of Macsteel Service Centers, USA; Anthony Leto, executive vice president of The Wagner Cos.; Richard Robinson, president of Norfolk Iron and Metal Co.; Edward M. Siegel Jr., president and CEO of Russel Metals, Inc.; and Frank M. Walker, president and CEO, Feralloy Corp. For more, visit www.msci.org.


Robotic Production Technology
to Hold June Open House

Monday, May 24, 2004
 
Robotic Production Technology (RPT) will host a technical open house June 22-24, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at its headquarters in Auburn Hills, MI. The company will showcase standard and special machines with an eye toward helping North American manufacturers compete in a global economy. RPT provides turnkey robotic systems to a variety of industries. It specializes in high-path accurate trimming applications such as deflashing, laser cutting and scoring, and waterjet cutting. For more, call 248/829-2800 or visit www.rpt.net.

Abstracts Wanted for AISI Great Designs in Steel 2005

Thursday, May 20, 2004
 
The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is inviting automotive designers and engineers, Tier One and Two automotive suppliers and academia to submit presentation abstracts for Great Designs in Steel 2005. The annual event assists automotive engineers and suppliers in using advanced high-strength steel technologies to design and build safe, affordable, efficient and environmentally responsible passenger vehicles. Abstracts should be e-mailed to AISI’s Deanna Lorincz, lorinczd@autosteel.org, for committee review and approval. The 2004 all-day seminar, held last February in Livonia, MI, attracted 1210 attendees. The 2005 event again will offer track sessions with presentations given by North American steel-industry representatives and case histories provided by automotive designers and engineers. For more, visit www.autosteel.org.

 

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