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NEWS

Marcegaglia Poland increasing output despite 'slow' market

Italy’s Marcegaglia is on track to exceed its yearly production target at its welded tube plant in Kluczbork, southwest Poland in 2012, Platts Steel Business Briefing learnt from the group’s CEO, Antonio Marcegaglia

Marcegaglia: sandwich panels certified range in the spotlight at BAU 2013

Munich, Germany - While the German exhibition dedicated to building and construction sectors is drawing to a close, Marcegaglia reviews its presence at the exhibition.

Marcegaglia, Phillips enter US auto marketing agreement

Stainless and Specialty tubing producer Marcegaglia USA or Munhall, Pennsylvania, is partnering with service center Phillips Metals Inc (PMI) to market its products to the automotive market.

Marcegaglia stainless steel network

The history of Marcegaglia stainless steel division spreads over 28 years  (53 has passed since Marcegaglia foundation); today stainless steel is processed within 8 manufacturing units worldwide, that can be considered as part of a unique network of know-how and competence, giving Marcegaglia a competitive edge on its reference markets.

EUROMETAL Trade Day: Italian steel faces toughest troubles – Antonio Marcegaglia CEO

Italy's steel sector is at a particular disadvantage in terms of growth potential and a return to profitability, delegates to the Eurometal International Steel Trade Day in Milan heard on Thursday April 4.

Organic growth and worldwide integration Marcegaglia

Accounting today for about 22% of group turnover, Marcegaglia's stainless steel activities are strongly based on a consolidated presence in the welded tube sector – as the world's top producer – with a new focus on hot rolled and cold rolled flat products. The result is a new, multi-dimensional face for the Italy-based manufacturer, acting on several markets as a global partner for companies who engineer solutions for building and construction, for the process industry (including food and beverage), for the automotive and mechanical sector.