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EVS METAL announces the addition of the ID40ST Spot Welder

Riverdale, NJ – October 25, 2006 – EVS Metal is proud to announce the addition of two ID40ST Spot Welders to its already formidable collection of spot welding equipment. Capable of delivering 30,000 amps of accurate and consistent welding current, Amada’s ID40ST produces superior finished products, free of the burn spots and uneven welds that typically … Continue reading “EVS METAL announces the addition of the ID40ST Spot Welder”

EVS Metal in the news

Riverdale manufacturer increases customer base, delivers on smaller jobs BY TIM O’REILEY DAILY RECORD RIVERDALE — As the sales outlook grew steadily gloomier five years ago, the co-owners of EVS Metal decided to put all their chips on red, in the words of president Scott Berkowitz. The company, which makes sheet metal enclosures to precise-enough … Continue reading “EVS Metal in the news”

Arcelor-Mittal agreement lifts Asian steelmakers

By Ilya Garger, MarketWatch Last Update: 5:03 AM ET Jun 26, 2006 HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — Asian steel shares got a boost Monday after an agreement between Mittal Steel Co. and Arcelor SA to create the world’s largest steel company raised expectations of further industry consolidation in a region that boasts four of the world’s … Continue reading “Arcelor-Mittal agreement lifts Asian steelmakers”

Chile Urges Copper Exploration Amid Rally in Prices

May 17 (Bloomberg) — Chile’s Mining Minister Karen Poniachik urged metals producers to take advantage of a rally in copper prices and increase exploration in the country. Chile, the world’s biggest producer of copper, still has new deposits yet to be discovered, she said. The country accounts for 35 percent of copper mined worldwide. To … Continue reading “Chile Urges Copper Exploration Amid Rally in Prices”

Alcoa more than doubles profit

Results build on ‘robust’ transport, aerospace demand By Jim Jelter, MarketWatch Last Update: 5:53 PM ET Apr 10, 2006 SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Global aluminum giant Alcoa Inc. said late Monday that first-quarter profit more than doubled, bolstered by a 16% jump in sales in a market driven by strong demand from the commercial transportation … Continue reading “Alcoa more than doubles profit”

EVS METAL ACQUIRES SOME OF THE ASSETS OF PREFERRED, INC.

Riverdale, NJ – February 28, 2006 — EVS Metal, Inc., a leading supplier of custom fabricated sheet metal, integration, machined parts and engineering services, announced today that it has acquired certain assets of Preferred, Inc. Preferred, Inc. is a precision sheet metal fabrication supplier presently located in Austin, Texas, which has been in business since … Continue reading “EVS METAL ACQUIRES SOME OF THE ASSETS OF PREFERRED, INC.”

EVS METAL COMPLETES BARRÉ ACQUISITION

Riverdale, NJ – December 1, 2005 — EVS Metal, Inc., a leading supplier of custom fabricated sheet metal, integration, machined parts and engineering services, announced today that it has acquired certain assets of The Barré Company, Inc. The Barré Company is a precision sheet metal fabrication supplier presently located in Mountainside, NJ, that has been … Continue reading “EVS METAL COMPLETES BARRÉ ACQUISITION”

U.S. Steel profit falls, sees better 4Q

Weaker spot prices, production outages hit bottom line By Jim Jelter, MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) – United States Steel Corp. reported Tuesday a steep drop in third-quarter profit, their margins squeezed by production outages, higher energy costs and lower spot prices. The company nevertheless managed to pass along much of the higher cost to customers, … Continue reading “U.S. Steel profit falls, sees better 4Q”

Producer price surge biggest in 15 years

By Tim Ahmann WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. producer prices shot up by an unexpectedly large 1.9 percent last month, the biggest gain in more than 15 years, as energy costs surged in the wake of hurricanes that devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast, a government report showed on Tuesday. However, outside of volatile food and energy … Continue reading “Producer price surge biggest in 15 years”

Alcoa earnings hit by declining metal prices

Alcoa, the world’s largest aluminum producer, said on Monday third-quarter net profit dropped 38 percent from the previous quarter, confirming earlier warnings of a squeeze between rising energy costs and falling metals prices.