Top 10 Service Center Equipment Brands
Service center executives reveal their favorite makes of coil processing, sawing, cutting and material-handling equipment in this informal brand survey by Metal Center News.

Capital Spending Report
Service Centers Go Shopping
Service center operators and equipment manufacturers both report a pickup in capital spending.

Mexican Steel: La Oportunidad Still Knocks
Steel producers and processors are still positioning themselves to expand business in Mexico, despite the country’s recent recession and scary reputation.

TMW Rolls Out EPS
The Material Works says its new mechanical blasting process has cleared the testing phase and is ready to challenge chemical pickling as a more environmental alternative for preparing the surface of steel coils.

First-Quarter Report & Outlook
2011 Starts Out Strong
In their first-quarter conference calls with analysts and investors, executives from the industry’s leading publicly held mills and service centers all reported big improvement in sales and earnings as the economy gained momentum.
 
Business Topics
By Myra Pinkham, Contributing Editor
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From the Editor
By Tim Triplett, Editor-in-Chief
Inflation to Take a Toll on Employee Morale
 
July 2016: The Final Bell for Retiring Hannah
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July 2016: How Will Steel Evolve in the Future?
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Fall 2015: Cutting & Sawing Equipment
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DoALL Launches Four New Saw Lines
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Behringer Expands Band Saw Line
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HYDMECH Saw Cuts Banded Material
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KASTO Pairs Band Saw with Moveable Table
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Marvel 600A-PC3 Designed for Bundle Cutting
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