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cold-rolled

adj
(General Engineering) (of metal sheets, etc) having been rolled without heating, producing a smooth surface finish
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02 percent against Taiwan's cold-rolled stainless steel exporters.
ASML was incorporated in 2005 and its share in cold-rolled steel coils in the country is now over 50 percent.
79 percent on imports of cold-rolled flat steel from China and 71.
It offers cold-rolled aluminum, cold-rolled coils and sheets, aluminum circles, aluminum foils, capacitor foils, low gauge foils, aluminum plates, extrusions, electro-galvanized steel and stainless steel.
Baosteel has raised its quote for cold-rolled steel by 150 yuan per metric ton and Wuhan Iron and Steel has boosted its quotes for hot-rolled steel by 100 yuan and cold-rolled steel by 150 yuan.
Under the first contract, awarded by Tianjin TISCO & TPCO Stainless Steel Co Ltd, the company's Andritz Metals unit will set up an annealing and pickling line for cold-rolled stainless steel strip with an annual capacity of 400,000 tonnes.
SUS), a Thai company manufacturing the cold-rolled sheet in coil in which NSC has 36.
Steel Dynamics operates three steel mini-mills that produce a wide range of steel products, including flat-rolled products, such as hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated steels; wide-flange beams and H-piling; rail; and special-bar-quality round bars.
The seat bottom is a hollow section made from ultra-high-strength cold-rolled two-phase steel with a minimum tensile strength of 800 N/m[m.
It comes after a related ruling in August, when the ITC rejected dumping accusations about cold-rolled imports from Sweden, Japan, India, Australia, and Thailand (see European Report 2708).
International Trade Commission (ITC), in an about-face, said Tuesday imports of cold-rolled steel products from five countries, including Japan, are not hurting the U.
International Trade Commission (ITC) the same day that imports of cold-rolled steel products from five countries, including Japan, are not hurting the U.