Despite uptick in imports, PMA still sees steel supply shortfall
Oct 29, 2004 | 10:32 AM
| Nancy E. Kelly
Steel consumers continue to be dissatisfied with steel supplies despite a major uptick in imports through the first nine months of 2004 compared with last year, the Precision Metalforming Association said.PMA members "continue to have problems obtaining sufficient quantities of competitively priced steel," said William Gaskin, president of the Independence, Ohio,-based trade association.....
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