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Ryerson Tull Adds Temper Mill at Ark. Plant

Wednesday, July 09, 2003
 
Ryerson Tull Inc. has purchased a temper mill, which will occupy a 132,000-sq.-ft. facility adjacent to the Nucor Steel flat-products mill in Hickman, AR. That facility will include coil-processing capabilities such as cutting-to-length and slitting. In addition, toll-processing services will be offered. The operation is expected to go online early in 2004. For more on Ryerson Tull locations and services, visit www.ryersontull.com.
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O.R. Nottelmann, Former
Ryerson Tull Chairman, Passes A

Wednesday, July 09, 2003
 
O.R. Nottelmann, whose 39-year Chicago steel-industry career was capped in retirement by nine years as chairman of the Executive Service Corps (ESC) of Chicago, passed a June 7. He was 78. Nottelmann devoted his entire professional career to Chicago-based Inland Steel Industries, Inc, and its principal subsidiary, Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc. Prior to his retirement, he served as senior vice president of the parent company, and president of Inland Steel Co., (1986-87), following 31 years with Ryerson in a succession of responsibilities culminating as chairman, a position he held from 1980 to 1986. Upon his retirement, he became a volunteer associate of ESC, dedicated to assisting nonprofit organizations, schools and governments improve their services to their constituents through management consulting.
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ArvinMeritor Makes Hostile Bid for Dana Corp.

Wednesday, July 09, 2003
 
The automotive supply chain could be in for a major shakeup if the hostile takeover bid of Dana by ArvinMeritor, announced yesterday, July 8, comes to fruition. According to Crainsdetroit.com, the proposed transaction has a total value of $2.2 billion, calculated using the Dana stock price as of June 3, when ArvinMeritor submitted its first written proposal to Dana.
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