TMS lands $91M in service deals
Jul 16, 2012 | 04:44 PM
| Leanna Orr
NEW YORK TMS International Corp., parent of Tube City IMS Corp., has landed new steel mill service contracts in the United States and abroad worth $91 million over the life of the contracts.
The Pittsburgh-based mill services provider and scrap broker signed a deal with an undisclosed mill in Tennessee and expanded its relationship with ThyssenKrupp Stainless USA Inc. in Alabama, as well as with mills in France, Mexico, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. ....
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