Pipe Begins Coming Off the Lines at New Youngstown Facility

From Business Journal Daily:
More than two-and-a-half years in the making, the first pipes manufactured from V&M Star's new $650 million plant rolled off the production line last week, the company announced Monday.
V&M Star, a subsidiary of Vallourec, said the first set of continuous production of pipe was completed on Oct. 29, and the first commercial sales from the mill should be delivered early next year.
The new pipe mill is equipped with some of the latest technological manufacturing capabilities, the company said, and was constructed to produce small-diameter oil country tubular goods, or OCTG, pipe for the oil and gas market.
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