May 2008

Top 20 Service Center
Equipment Brands
Service center executives reveal some of their favorite makes of metal processing equipment in this informal, top-of-mind brand survey.

Capital Spending Report
Expenditures Exceed Low Expectations
Processing equipment manufacturers are encouraged by early sales results despite the rough economic forecast.

Producer Profile: TMK North America
‘Russian’ Headlong into the Americas
Russian companies, such as the TMK Group, are investing aggressively in the North American steel market and shaking up the traditional sources of supply for service centers.

First-Quarter Report: Mills & Service Centers
Earnings Defy Recession
In their first-quarter reports to analysts and investors, mill and service center executives discuss the surprising contradiction of record-high steel prices and a weakening economy.

From the Editor's Desk
A Tale of Two Industries:
The Big and All the Rest
By Tim Triplett,
Editor-In-Chief

Business Topics
Market Changes Challenge Copper
By Tim Triplett,
Editor-In-Chief
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