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STELCOThe Steel Company of Canada (Official name of Stelco before 1980)
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Lakeside "would reopen Stelco immediately and would comply with the production and employment commitments made by U.
In early May, Canadian Industry Minister Tony Clement sent the steel giant a letter calling on them to comply with the conditions attached to its purchase of the Stelco facilities.
Steel says it expects the Stelco deal to strengthen its position as a supplier of flat-rolled steel products to the North American market.
1 percent of the shares of VOGT electronic AG and is the majority owner of STELCO GmbH Electronic Components in Neumarkt/Upper Palatinate, Germany, PANTA GmbH in Radelberg, Germany, and Jensen Devices AB in Sweden.
Fifteen firefighters spent three hours tackling the blaze at the former Stelco Hardy steel pipe factory in Treherbert, Rhondda.
In the chapter on the steel industry, the case study of Stelco might usefully have referred to its history of acrimonious labour relations which pose a stark contrast to its non-unionized and arguably more successful cross-town rival Dofasco (which is barely mentioned in the book).
TEI's comments, which took the form of a letter from TEI's Toronto Chapter President, Mary T DiBattista of Stelco, Inc.
Valleys stainless steel tube manufacturer Stelco Hardy is to close with the loss of 40 jobs.
It is based on a major collaborative (SSHRC-sponsored) research project on working-class Steelworkers at Stelco from 1980 to 1996.
said Tuesday it has begun talks with Canadian steelmaker Stelco Inc.
The panel, comprising three Mexican nationals and two US citizens, said SECOFI will have to lower the tariff on imports from Canadian companies Dofsac, Algoma, and Stelco to the original rate of 31.