Infra-Metals earmarks $10M-plus to build 7th service center
Dec 11, 2007 | 03:58 AM
| Frank Haflich
Carbon steel distributor Infra-Metals Co. will build its seventh service center as the company's parent, Atlanta-based PNA Group Inc., names a new chief financial officer.
Infra-Metals has been awarded tax and financing incentives from the Ohio Department of Development to develop, build and operate a new facility in the village of New Boston in southern Ohio, PNA said.
The new Infra-Metals center, which will cost more than $10 million and operate as part of the company's Northern division, will be on a 50-acre site on the Ohio river and is due to start up in the first quarter of 2009 following the start of construction in the first quarter next year. It will include about 100,000 square....
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