from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A metal rod rolled to the correct size for drawing into wire.
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The wire-rod tariffs contributed to today's "problem" in the nail industry, incidentally: In 2005, ITW shifted some nail production to China largely because of the tariffs.
They share many of the technical features of the larger Rautomead RS wire-rod casting machines.
Designed for smaller scale CuOF and CuAg wire-rod production, a new model range offers from
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) terminated an alleged dumping case brought by domestic steel companies against steel wire-rod imports.
Price trends for Crude-oil, gasoline, lumber, wire-rod, NAND flash memory, plus use of renewable energy sources is down and electronics buyers are cutting their inventories Stainless-steel prices have peaked
Price trends on steel scrap, wire-rod, merchant bar, copper and NOR flash memory.
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