SunCoke plans to up N. American market share
Jun 25, 2013 | 01:16 PM
| Stacy Irish
NEW YORK International coke producer SunCoke Energy Inc. plans to increase its share of the U.S. and Canadian coke market, chairman and chief executive officer Frederick "Fritz" Henderson said in a recent interview with AMM sister publication Steel First.
"We see significant opportunity to grow our share of the U.S. and Canadian coke market, both organically through permitting and development of a new greenfield facility and through the potential acquisition of existing coke batteries," Henderson said.
"In our review of the roughly 20 million tons of coke-making capacity in the United States and Canada, weve identified roughly 4 million tons of capacity that we think could potentially be acquired," he said. "(This is) capacity that meets our criteria relative to the competitiveness of the customer purchasing the coke, the blast furnace being supplied and the overall condition of the coke-making asset."....
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