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Stalcor

Established in 2001, with the management buyout of Dorbyl’s metal trading divisions, the Stalcor’s success is built on the acquisition of Baldwins Steel and Stalcor. These two long established market leaders jointly offer a range of metal products and distribution channels. The company, which has been an official local distributor for Columbus Stainless since 1994, has recently strengthened its ties with the local mill. its on-going support to the new Stalcor. Columbus’s Bertus Griesel says: “Columbus Stainless is encouraged by the strategic focus of Stalcor. It’s shareholders, investors and staff have certainly demonstrated tenacity and we look forward to forging a bond with the ‘new’ Stalcor for the benefit of the entire domestic market.

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