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AMM to Release Service Center Buyer's Guide


American Metal Market announces plans to publish a Service Center Buyer’s Guide that will be publicly available on amm.com/resources beginning in January 2012. This will be a comprehensive database of North American Service Centers where visitors can search by company, regionally, by materials stocked and services offered and will be a valuable resource for anyone sourcing metal materials in the North American Market. Company descriptions, full contact details, a google mapping feature, video, brochures and white papers will be available for locations who choose to include this additional information in their company listings.

If you are a North American Service Center interested in being listed in this database, please contact Karen Ross at kross@amm.com.

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Since its first print issue published in 1882, AMM has been the trusted name in metals industry information. Industry leaders, decision-makers and purchasing executives at primary metals producers, service centers, metals consuming end-users, original equipment manufacturers, steelmakers and metals recyclers worldwide read the publication daily. Readers rely on AMM to assist them throughout the critical day-to-day decision-making process, helping them to manage, operate and make strategic purchasing decisions for their company.

AMM provides exclusive news and pricing information for the ferrous and nonferrous metals markets with a focus on North America and world markets where applicable. As a member of the Metal Bulletin family of publications, AMM also offers direct access to the global markets through its sister publications, research newsletters, information directories and worldwide conferences. For more information about this topic, please contact Mary Connors at 646-274-6250 or mconnnors@amm.com.

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