Corus aerospace price increase

Corus Engineering Steels has announced it will increase prices across its full range of carbon, alloy and stainless products for aerospace applications by a minimum of 5%, effective on all new orders. The company stated that this move was being made because key raw material costs had risen to unprecedented levels and that the current robust demand for aerospace products was forecast to strengthen further throughout 2004 and into 2005.

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