JW Aluminum adding 5¢/lb. alloy surcharge
Jul 02, 2012 | 04:04 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK JW Aluminum Co. said it will introduce a 5-cent-per-pound surcharge on all alloys, just days after Jupiter Aluminum Corp. announced a similar move.
The Mount Holly, S.C.-based company will apply a 5-cent-per-pound "metal adjustment" to all new orders starting July 14, it said, adding that it would roll out a new pricing structure in the fourth quarter of this year.....
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