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Title: Liberty begins multi-million-pound Newport rolling mill investment
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 00:00:00 GMT

Report: Liberty Steel Newport has begun a planned 15m investment in new and upgraded equipment as it continues a drive to win bigger UK market share for hot rolled coil, used in industries such as construction, automotive and pipe manufacture.
Keywords: uk, pipe, mill, liberty, newport, investment

Source: Liberty House Group, London, UK.
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