Ryerson slashing 600 jobs in move to decentralize
Dec 04, 2007 | 07:41 AM
| Michael Cowden
Metals processor and distributor Ryerson Inc. will slash 600 jobs in the Chicago area as it moves toward a more decentralized model, a company executive said Tuesday.
The Chicago-based company will close two processing and distribution centers in Chicago and move remaining business to facilities in Burns Harbor, Ind.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Elgin, Ill.; St. Louis; and Cincinnati, Patti Buckland, Ryerson's vice president of marketing, wrote in an e-mail.....
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