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Hunting signs a strategic partnership with Jiuli

Hunting PLC has entered into a 10-year Strategic Partnership with Zhejiang Jiuli Hi-Tech Metals Co., Ltd (Jiuli).

SSC to acquire plant in Iwate Prefecture

After deciding to advance into Iwate Prefecture, SSC Co., Ltd. will acquire a new plant. SSC is a coil center, owned and operated by Kanpoh Steel Co., Ltd., Sumitomo Metal Industries (Sumitomo Metals), Sumitomo Corporation, and Sumikin Bussan Corporation.

Stellar receives EIL enlistment certificate

Zhejiang Stellar Pipe Industry Co., Ltd (Stellar), a sub-company of Stellar Tube & Pipe Group Co., Ltd, has received the EIL enlistment certificate. Founded in November, 2006, Stellar began the EIL enlistment application from October, 2010

Mitsubishi Heavy develops new LNG carrier

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has completed development of a new-generation liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier. The new vessel, called the EXTREM, is a type of newly developed Sayaendo Series.

Sumitomo receives first order for H-SA700

Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo Metals) has received the world’s first order for its innovative ultra-high tensile strength steel, H-SA700. The order comes from Obayashi Corporation (Obayashi) for construction of a Techno Station

Sumitomo Metals to acquire Standard Steel

Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo Metals) and Sumitomo Corporation will acquire Steel Wheel Acquisition Corporation (SWAC), the parent company of Standard Steel, Inc. (Standard Steel) located in the US.  

Sumitomo develops CR steel with tin

Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo Metals) has created a new corrosion-resistant steel with tin (Sn) that can be used in salt-containing environments or cold climates where anti-freezing agents are sprayed.

Sumitomo reduces summertime hours

Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo Metals) has introduced summertime working hours at its head offices in Tokyo and Osaka beginning 1 June 2011, as a method to limit electricity consumption. From 1 June 2011 until 30 September 2011, the business day will start and end one hour earlier. In Osaka, this means that employees will work from 8:00-16:30 as opposed to 9:00-17:30.

Sumitomo receives steering bogies order

Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (Sumitomo Metals) and Sumitomo Corporation have received an order from Tokyo Metro Co. Ltd. for 240 bogies (120 rail cars). The bogies will equip the steering devices jointly developed by Sumitomo Metals and Tokyo Metro.

Sumitomo to explore nickel in Solomon Islands

Sumitomo Group's mining subsidiary Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd has acquired rights via tender, to explore for nickel in three mining districts in the Solomon Islands.