Canadian steel fabricator sees building market growth
Aug 08, 2008 | 11:47 AM
| Corinna Petry
The top executive of Canam Group Inc., a Saint-Georges, Quebec-based construction product manufacturer, was upbeat on the company's market prospects through the end of this year.
Speaking last week on an earnings conference call, Marc Dutil, president and chief operating officer, said Canam's order backlog was valued at Canadian $352 million ($330 million) at June 30, up 21 percent from $291 million at March 29, and that the increase came mainly from the company's bridge and structural steel divisions. "Projects....
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