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  • At its peak, when it was known as Armco Steel, the plant employed 4,500 people. Front Page

  • That said: I come from a union family in Houston, my father was a steelworker at Armco, and participating in the caucus was a point of civic pride for my folks, who are that Democratic base that everyone is always clamoring about.

    Hillary: "I Would Not Accept A Caucus" In Florida And Michigan

  • The Middletown Cemetery is overgrown, most of the paper mills are shut down, the Armco general offices are empty.

    David Murray: It's Already December Here: A Report From An Ohio Embed

  • So when you buy an S&P 500 index fund, $400 goes into GE for every dollar that goes into Armco.

    The Myths Of Oz

  • The example of Edward Weston, whose 1922 series on an Armco steel plant in Ohio signaled his commitment to a sharp-edged modernist aesthetic, can also be felt in these views by the Bechers.

    Not All the Bechers' Images

  • After receiving a doctorate at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Mr. Boni spent his entire career with Armco, based in Middletown, Ohio.

    Man of Steel Wrestled Armco Back to Profit

  • It was formed by Hollinger, M.A. Hanna, Labrador Mining, National Republic, Armco, Youngston and Wheeling-Pittsburg, largely underwritten by the U.S. insurance industry.

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  • China Armco Metals, Inc. trades metal ore and recycles scrap metal within the PRC, which is the world's largest importer of iron ore and has the world's largest market for scrap metal.

  • Currently recycled autos can be processed in China Armco's facility and China Armco expects that it will benefit from the program, which presents the opportunity to obtain more resources and channels to collect raw materials.

  • China Armco estimates the recycled metal market in China as 70 million metric tons.


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  • ‘Armco’ originally referred to a type of rust-resisting steel developed for fence wire. The term is now used for many outdoor applications, the best-known of which are barrier and guard rails.

    March 26, 2011