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Judge sets hearing for TK lawsuit

Keywords: Tags  ThyssenKrupp Steel USA, ThyssenKrupp, United Forming, hot-strip mill, cold-rolling mill, Chris Prentice


NEW YORK — A federal judge in Alabama has set a date to hear ThyssenKrupp Steel USA LLC’s complaint alleging that a Georgia contractor is responsible for more than $75,000 worth of defects at the steelmaker’s hot-strip mill in Calvert, Ala.

The hearing, to be held Jan. 3, will also address Austell, Ga.-based United Forming Inc.’s counterclaim that it is owed about $19.4 million from the ThyssenKrupp AG subsidiary for services rendered, according to documents filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Alabama.


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