NEW CASTLE, U.K. – An innovative new steel product that could help reduce automotive supply chain costs has been developed in the UK. Europe's fourth-largest steel making company, Corus, claims its Dupla steel removes the need for costly heat treatments in the production of screws, bolts and rivets for the automotive industry. Corus says the steel, developed by metallurgists based on the company's research, design and technology centers, will provide "significant cost ...
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