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Market Study Covers the Domestic Press Industry

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
 
Albrecht Associates, Richmond, IN, has published the 13th edition of its annual Market Study of the Press Industry, compiling sales data for the domestic market for mechanical and hydraulic presses. The study looks at trends over a 20-yr. period, and shows that while press shipments for 2008 stayed level with those for 2007 and imports climbed by 29 percent, 2009 shipments likely will be down. To order the study ($215, $365 to Europe and Asia plus $15 for priority mail), call 765/962-4903.

Charlotte to Host Coil-Processing Seminar

Friday, August 21, 2009
 
Red Bud Industries’ RBI Tech Support group will host a coil-processing seminar at the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel in Charlotte, NC, October 20, 2009. Attendees will learn about blanking, multiblanking, leveling, slitting and other processes, and how to apply new technology to improve tolerances, optimize material flatness and maximize efficiency. Speakers include Red Bud Industries’ vice president of marketing and sales Dean Linders, consultant Eric Theis, slitting-technology expert Al Zelt, and Kevin Voges, president of The Material Works and inventor of the SCS (Smooth, Clean Surface) and EPS (Eco-Pickled Surface) processes. Seminar attendees also will tour the Phoenix Metals Co., a Charlotte-area service center. Learn more at www.redbudidustries.com.

Worthington Industries Opens Monterrey Facility

Friday, August 21, 2009
 
Steel-processing company Worthington Industries, Columbus, OH, has opened a greenfield steel-processing plant in the Monterrey region in Escobedo, Mexico. The new facility is Worthington’s third in Mexico completed with its joint-venture partner the Serviacero Group; Serviacero Worthington also has operations in central Mexico, in Leon and Queretaro. Phase One of the Monterrey plant is a 65,000-sq.-ft. facility with a 72- by ½-in. slitting line and an automated packaging line; Phase Two will include a cut-to-length line. Learn more at www.worthingtonindustries.com.

 

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