Evraz may temporarily lay off 400 workers
Jan 10, 2014 | 01:47 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Evraz Inc. North America could temporarily lay off about 400 workers at its spiral and 24-inch lines and finishing departments at its tubular mill in Regina, Saskatchewan, starting Jan. 20 due to a lack of rail cars to ship out orders.
"Due to recent rail-related logistics challenges, we may need to temporarily suspend production at the spiral mill while we work to move out the abundance of pipe orders on the ground," a spokeswoman for the Chicago-based company told AMM in an e-mail. "However, in light of the diligence of our Evraz team members and the Canadian Pacific (Railway Ltd.) and Canadian National (Railway Co.), we are optimistic that the issues will be resolved over the next couple of weeks and we will....
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