Ryerson Tull to prune jobs as it works Integris into mix
Jun 28, 2005 | 10:45 AM
| Philip Burgert
Service center giant Ryerson Tull Inc. expects to cut an undetermined number of jobs as part of a preliminary plan to consolidate facilities and restructure its organization following the $644-million purchase of the Integris Metals Inc. service center group earlier this year.The company said in a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that Ryerson Tull's board had approved a plan aimed at integrating the corporate staff functions of the two companies and increasing operating efficiencies through consolidation of sales offices....
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