Plymouth Tube to close Wisconsin facility
Aug 20, 2014 | 03:36 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Plymouth Tube Co. is planning to permanently shutter a plant in East Troy, Wis., starting in mid-October.
The Warrenville, Ill.-based company said that weak market conditions for coal-fired power generation in the United States and a desire to consolidate operations contributed to Plymouths decision to close its CWA plant, which makes fusion-welded stainless steel tubing for the electric power, chemical, petrochemical and other markets.....
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